2 edition of Meteorological aspects of air pollution found in the catalog.
Meteorological aspects of air pollution
Y. P. R. Bhalotra
by Republic of Botswana, Dept. of Meteorological Services, Ministry of Works and Communications in Gaborone
Written in English
|Statement||Bhalotra Y.P.R., Ramothwa G.K.|
|Contributions||Ramothwa, G. K.|
|LC Classifications||QC991.B55 B484 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29 p. :|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||93980436|
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Air pollution engineering's evolution is considered. The chapter discusses in detail the development of air quality standards and the emergence of laws and regulations to address air pollution. The chapter concludes with a timeline of how air pollution has been perceived over history and how air pollution may change in the future. The coverage of both ozone chemistry and meteorology is quite limited, and the book devotes more text to criticizing climate change models than to discussing climate change itself. (Are Phalen and Phalen climate skeptics?). The sections describing particulate matter and particle deposition in the body are s: 9.
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Meteorological Aspects of Air Pollution G. McBoyle1 The complexity of air pollution accumula-tion and dispersion is partially unravelled by considering the effect that meteorological ele-ments and weather systems have, not only on point and multiple pollution sources, but also on the urban, regional and continental scales.
The rate of change of temperature of a parcel of air that is rising or sinking in the air environment. Adiabatic process A process in which a temperature change in a system can occur and yet no heat exchange takes place between the system and its surroundings. Air pollution potential The ability of the atmosphere to accumulate air pollution.
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by Nuttonson, M. : Air pollution is directly affected by various aspects of meteorology, such as winds, which transport pollutants (in some cases over long distances); turbulence, which disperses air pollutants; solar radiation, which initiates photochemical reactions leading to the formation of ozone, fine particles, and acid rain; high pressure systems, which are conducive to air pollution .» Committee on Meteorological Aspects of Air Pollution.
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