Edited By: R Friedrich and S Reis
Contains a wealth of new information that should enable environmental scientists and authorities dealing with air pollution to design methods for measuring emission rates related to specific pollution sources, and thus to generate improved emission inventories and remediation steps.
From the reviews: "This book summarises the advances in the areas of emissions and transport of selected non-greenhouse gases. ! the information concerning the 'overlooked' sources of pollution and the uncertainties of the emission data is important for decision-makers and environmental stakeholders. This book is a must for everyone who is closely involved in or remotely related to science and policy on air pollution emissions." (Luc Hens, International Journal of Environment and Pollution, Vol. 25 (1-4), 2005)
Introduction and Summary.- Improvement of Emission Factors.- Uncertainties, Validation and Verification.- Emission Models and Tools.
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