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Title Mesoscale modelling for meteorological and air pollution applications / edited by Ranjeet S. Sokhi, Alexander Baklanov and K. Heinke Schl├╝nzen
Published [Place of publication not identified] : ANTHEM Press, 2018
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Contents Intro; Endorsement; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Illustrations; Preface; Acknowledgements; List of Abbreviations; List of Contributors; Chapter One INTRODUCTION; 1.1 Advent of Mesoscale Models for Air Pollution Applications; 1.2 Growth of Air Pollution Mesoscale Models; 1.3 Requirements for Air Pollution Applications; 1.4 Evaluation of Model Performance; 1.5 Policy Relevance of Mesoscale Models; 1.6 Scope of the Book; Chapter Two BASIC CONCEPTS OF MESOSCALE MODELLING FOR AIR POLLUTION APPLICATIONS; 2.1 Introduction
2.2 Main Components of an Air Pollution Modelling System2.3 Dynamical and Physical Processes in the Model; 2.3.1 Parameterization of Meteorological Processes; (i) Advection-Diffusion; (ii) Convection; (iii) Cloud Microphysics; (iv) Radiation Schemes; (v) Planetary Boundary Layer; (vi) Vertical Structure and Turbulence Processes; (vii) Turbulent Flux at the Surface; 2.3.2 Chemistry-Transport Processes; (i) Treatment of Atmospheric Chemistry in Mesoscale Models; (ii) Transport and Diffusion Algorithms; (iii) Aerosols and Clouds; (iv) Deposition
2.4 Operational Aspects of Mesoscale Air Pollution Modelling Systems2.4.1 Model Configuration; 2.4.2 Grid Size and Nesting; 2.4.3 Data Assimilation Methods; 2.4.4 Preprocessing of Input Data; 2.5 Visualization of Atmospheric Data; 2.6 Examples of Mesoscale Modelling Applications to Air Pollution; 2.7 Summary; Chapter Three REPRESENTATION OF SURFACE PROCESSES IN MESOSCALE MODELS; 3.1 Parameterizations over Flat and Homogeneous Terrain; 3.2 Parameterizations over Water; 3.2.1 Waves; 3.2.2 Stability Functions over Sea; (i) Convective Conditions; (ii) Stable Conditions; 3.2.3 Roughness Length
3.2.4 Roughness Length for Heat and Humidity3.2.5 Additional Processes; (i) Skin Temperature; (ii) Sea Spray; 3.3 Parameterization of Urban Areas; 3.3.1 Momentum and Turbulence Production/Destruction; 3.3.2 Radiation; 3.3.3 Heat Storage; 3.3.4 Anthropogenic Heat Flux; 3.3.5 Sensible and Latent Heat Flux; 3.4 Forest Parameterization; 3.4.1 Momentum Flux; 3.4.2 Sensible and Latent Heat Fluxes; 3.4.3 Radiative Fluxes; 3.5 Subgrid-Scale Parameterization and Averaging; 3.5.1 Model Resolution; 3.5.2 Reynolds Number Similarity; 3.5.3 Example on Water-Phase Change
3.6 Summary and Model Evaluation ChallengesChapter Four REPRESENTATION OF BOUNDARY-LAYER, RADIATION, CLOUD AND AEROSOL PROCESSES IN MESOSCALE MODELS; 4.1 Boundary-Layer Parameterizations; 4.1.1 Boundary-Layer over Homogeneous Terrain; 4.1.2 Boundary-Layer in Coastal Areas; (i) Performance of PBL Parameterizations in Coastal Areas; (ii) Urban Effects in Coastal Areas; 4.2 Radiation Parameterizations; 4.2.1 Offline and Noninteractive Online Air Quality Models; 4.2.2 Online Interactive Models; 4.3 Parameterization of Convection and Clouds; 4.3.1 Unresolved Precipitating Convection
Summary 'Mesoscale Modelling for Meteorological and Air Pollution Applications' combines fundamental and practical aspects of mesoscale air pollution and meteorological modelling, including applications and evaluation approaches
Notes Print version record
Subject Air -- Pollution -- Mathematical models.
Mesometeorology -- Mathematical models.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1783088273 (electronic bk.)
1783088281 (electronic bk.)
9781783088270 (electronic bk.)
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