Air Pollution Modeling and Its Application XVI by Eugene L. Genikhovich (auth.), Carlos Borrego, Selahattin

By Eugene L. Genikhovich (auth.), Carlos Borrego, Selahattin Incecik (eds.)

Carlos Borrego is Professor of Environmental Engineering and pollution Modeling on the collage of Aveiro (Portugal). Former Minister of setting (Portuguese executive) and President of the eu Union delegation to the United international locations convention on setting and improvement (Rio 1992). Chairman of the foreign Technical conferences of NATO/CCMS. Selahattin Incecik is Professor in Meteorology, pollution Meteorology and pollution Modeling. Former Head of division of Meteorology, ITU. consultant of Turkey in NATO ITM of pollution Modelling. consultant of collage in nationwide Atmospheric examine Council. Lead writer of IPCC/TEAP Safeguarding the Ozone Layer and international weather procedure, 2005 (in preparation).

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Sulphate concentrations also decreased with the largest reductions reaching 10to 20%. The February 1998 episode was dominated by very stagnant conditions for most of the period; transport began only near the end of the episode. The highest modelled sulphate concentrations also occurred nearthe endof the episode. The modelled response to a 50% reduction in S02 emissions was non-linear. Sulphate concentrations decreased by 10 to 30% in the northern part of the domain with 20 to 30% reductions in the south.

3 presents 5% conditional critical loads of S in Poland. The most sensitive areas are situated mainly in western and central-northern partsof the country. Presented maps demonstrate clearly, that critical values distribution in Poland, and also vegetation sensitivity to different forms of sulphur pollution, vary essentially within the country. 22 . 00 250011OO ))OO:l5OO :l5~000 D)~OO Figure 1. Calculated 5%criticallevels for SOz in Poland. :.. - -- - - - --- -- - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - -------- - ·- -- - - - - .

GENIKHOVICH For the sake of illustration, I referred to dispersion models that used meteorological input data from observations in the surface layer. The rest of the atmospheric boundary layer was parameterised in these models via governing parameters in use and it included parameterisations of the mixing height. In Eq. (16), in particular, its influence is represented by '1'. 17 RISK ASSESSMENT OF AIRBORNE SULPHUR SPECIES IN POLAND Katarzyna Juda-Rezler 1. INTRODUCTION Risk which airborne pollutants cause on the environment is always connected with amounts of the pollutants emitted as well as with environment sensitivity to the pollution.

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