14th Joint Conference on the Applications of Air Pollution Meteorology with the Air and Waste Management Assoc

Session 5


Regional/Meso Scale Dispersion and Air Quality

 Chair: James E. Bossert, LANL, Los Alamos, NM
1:30 PM5.1Quantifying the sources of smog and regional haze in southeastern U.S.  
M. Talat Odman, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA; and Y. Hu, A. G. Russell, and J. W. Boylan
1:45 PM5.2Tropical Storm Allison (2001), Hurricane Gabrielle (2001), and Hurricane Dennis (2005): three exceptional incidences of increased ground-level ozone and particulate matter concentrations in Atlanta, GA  
Michael E. Chang, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA; and C. A. Cardelino and B. B. Murphey
2:00 PM5.3Response of simulated sulfur in Models-3/CMAQ to alternate cloud parameterizations  extended abstract wrf recording
Stephen F. Mueller, Tennessee Valley Authority, Muscle Shoals, AL; and T. M. Cook
2:15 PM5.4On the air-pollution modelling and prediction in the Czech Republic  extended abstract wrf recording
Tomas Halenka, Charles Univ., Prague, Czech Republic; and K. Eben, J. Brechler, J. Bednar, M. Belda, P. Jurus, E. Pelikan, and R. Cesari
2:30 PMFormal Poster Viewing With Coffee Break  
4:00 PM5.5Long range chemical transport over North America at mid-tropospheric levels  
John Lewis, NOAA/NSSL and DRI, Norman, OK; and W. R. Stockwell, D. R. Koracin, J. Koracin, A. C. Goodrich, D. Sikorski, and B. Rabin
5.6February Smog Episode  
Jacques Rousseau, EC/MSC, Ville Saint-Laurent, PQ, Canada
4:15 PM5.7Development and evaluation of emission control strategies for Georgia using the CMAQ air quality model  
James W. Boylan, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Atlanta, GA; and A. Marmur, M. Khan, and D. Cohan
5.8Comparison of model performance for source apportionment of visibility impacts and regional haze rule assessment  
Ryan A. Gesser, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA; and A. G. Russell, Y. Hu, and S. Napelenok
5.9Comparison of high-altitude dispersion predictions to Crystal Mist test data  
Steve R. Diehl, ITT Industries, Advanced Engineering and Sciences, Colorado Springs, CO
4:30 PM5.10Cluster analysis of meteorological states to understand the weekend-weekday ozone response in the San Francisco, CA Bay Area  extended abstract wrf recording
Scott Beaver, Univ. of California, Davis, CA; and A. Palazoglu and S. Tanrikulu

Wednesday, 1 February 2006: 1:30 PM-4:45 PM, A407

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