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Wind speed measurements key when modelling the dispersion of urban pollutants

Wind speed measurements key when modelling the dispersion of urban pollutants

Atmospheric conditions can be as crucial for local air quality as the strength of the pollution sources. Representative wind speed measurements are critical when modelling urban air quality using meteorological observations.

More information:

Researcher John Backman, tel. +358 50 566 0502, john.backman@fmi.fi

Sensitivity analysis of the meteorological preprocessor MPP-FMI 3.0 using algorithmic differentiation

John Backman1, Curtis R. Wood1, Mikko Auvinen1,2, Leena Kangas1, Hanna Hannuniemi1, Ari Karppinen1, and Jaakko Kukkonen1 1Atmospheric Composition Research

www.geosci-model-dev.net/10/3793/2017/

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http://ilmatieteenlaitos.fi/car-fmi
Urban Air Quality Forecast System http://uaqfs.fmi.fi
 

 


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FMI researchers produce some 300 publications annually, the majority of them in international scientific journals. Research results are also published in FMI´ss own publications series. FMI`s own series are:

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All publications from 2016 onwards can be found on Helda.