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Published
**1974** by Academic Press in New York, London .

Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | edited by F.N. Frenkiel [and] R.E. Munn. |

Series | Advances in geophysics -- 18/B |

Contributions | Frenkiel, François N., Munn, R. E., International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics., International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics. |

ID Numbers | |
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Open Library | OL14937986M |

ISBN 10 | 0120188481 |

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Turbulent Diffusion in Environmental Pollution. Advances in Geophysics Volume 18 Hardcover – January 1, by F.N. and R.E. Munn (editors) Frenkiel (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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Edward E. O'Brien. Pages Download PDF. Chapter preview. Topics include: The dispersion of materials in the atmospheric boundary layer, atmospheric dispersion models for environmental pollution applications, plume rise predictions, turbulent diffusion and pollutant transport in shoreline environments, urban diffusion problems, atmospheric transformations of pollutants, observational systems and.

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The book provides a solid theoretical understanding of turbulence and includes cases studies that illustrate subjects related to environmental sciences and environmental modeling.

It reflects and summarizes recent developments in key areas of modeling atmospheric turbulence and air pollution. This book aims to bring the reader up to date on recent advances in boundary-layer meteorology and to pave the path for applications in air pollution dispersion problems.

The text originates from the material presented during a short course on Atmospheric Turbulence and Air Pollution Modeling held in The Hague during September The study of diffusion (turbulent motion) is more recent. Among the first articles that mention turbulence in the atmosphere, are those by Taylor (, ).

2 Modeling of Point Sources One of the first challenges in the history of air pollution modeling (e.g., Sutton,Bosanquet, ) was the understanding of the diffusion properties of. Air pollution is probably the single largest environment risk to health and urban streets are the localized, relevant hotspots.

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It reflects and summarizes recent developments in key areas of modeling atmospheric turbulence and air pollution. The mathematical modeling of the transport of pollutants in water is the subject of this chapter.

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