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Transport and Chemical Transformation in the Troposphere : Proceedings of EUROTRAC Symposium 2000, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, 27th to 31st March 2000 - Pauline M. Midgley

Transport and Chemical Transformation in the Troposphere : Proceedings of EUROTRAC Symposium 2000, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, 27th to 31st March 2000

By: Pauline M. Midgley (Editor), Markus J. Reuther (Editor), Marilee Williams (Editor)

Hardcover ISBN: 9783540419839
Number Of Pages: 278

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This book and the accompanying CD-ROM record the activities of Symposium 2000, the sixth symposium of the coordinated EUREKA environmental project, EUROTRAC, and the second of its phase, EUROTRAC-2. The number of new scientific results and findings illustrates the comprehensive nature of this highly successful project. The book contains the invited lectures under the topic headings of the symposium. Extended abstracts for the poster presentations as well as the lectures can be found on the CD-ROM. The poster contributions are organised according to the 12 EUROTRAC-2 subprojects plus guest contributions. These publications provide a lively snapshot of EUROTRAC-2 and a useful reference to the most recent scientific results and principal activities in this field in Europe.

EUROTRAC-2: Science in support of policy developmentp. 3
Research on atmospheric composition within the EC environment programme of FP5p. 6
AFO 2000: Atmospheric research in 2000 and beyondp. 11
Shaping the future of atmospheric sciencep. 13
Model quality assurancep. 21
Protocols on HMs and POPs: Progress and scientific needsp. 27
Clean air for Europep. 32
AEROSOL: The art of aerosol measurement and modelling within AEROSOLp. 39
BIATEX-2: Measurement and interpretation of land-atmosphere aerosol fluxes: Current issues and new approachesp. 45
CAPMAN: Flux divergence of reactive nitrogen over the coastal oceanp. 54
CMD: Laboratory studies and mechanism development for tropospheric aqueous particle chemistryp. 62
GENEMIS: Experimental evaluation of the calculated, highly resolved emission inventories (EVA)p. 69
GLOREAM: Integration of regional, urban background and street canyon models for operational air pollution forecastingp. 73
LOOP: Limitation of ozone production on a local and regional scalep. 81
MEPOP: Atmospheric cycling of mercury and persistent organic pollutants: MEPOP overview and highlights from on-going mercury research in Europep. 89
PROCLOUD: Phase partitioning of chemical species in mixed clouds during CIMEp. 90
SATURN: Advances in urban air quality management systemsp. 98
TOR-2: Origins and observations of the spring ozone maximum. Theory and experimentp. 100
TRAP45: Learning from past air pollution control strategies in European citiesp. 108
Tropospheric ozone: Past, present and futurep. 115
Regional modelling of atmospheric aerosolsp. 119
Fine particles from trafficp. 123
Organic aerosols: Origin, composition and influence on tropospheric processesp. 132
Heterogeneous chemistry and aerosol/cloud interactionsp. 143
Photooxidant studies using the European photoreactor EUPHOREp. 155
Master chemical mechanisms: Comparison with the real worldp. 163
On the evaluation of atmospheric models: Modelled ozone values compared to results from field campaignsp. 168
Remote sensing of tropospheric constituents from spacep. 177
Airborne lidar application for atmospheric chemistryp. 185
Recent trends in the characterisation of atmospheric aerosols by laser techniquesp. 189
Isotopic securities and surprises in the airp. 196
Biogenic emission modelling on a regional scale: Some recent improvementsp. 203
Emission estimates from road traffic - State of the art and uncertaintiesp. 210
The role of surface waves in modulating momentum, heat and chemical fluxp. 216
VOTALP II: Vertical Ozone Transports in the ALPs IIp. 225
ESCOMPTE: FiEld experimentS to COnstrain Models of atmospheric Pollution and Transport of Emissionsp. 230
CARIBIC: Results and status of the aircraft research project CARIBICp. 232
Contents List of Extended Poster Abstracts: As found on the enclosed CD-ROMp. 243
Author Indexp. 269
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ISBN: 9783540419839
ISBN-10: 3540419837
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 278
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 1.75
Weight (kg): 0.67