Source-receptor and Inverse Modelling to Quantify Urban Particulate Emissions (Srimpart)
Nordic Council of Ministers, 2009 - Health & Fitness - 73 pages
"In SRIMPART we have applied alternative and independent methods to assess the contribution of wood burning, and hence the emissions rates, to the total PM2.5 concentrations in three Nordic cities (Oslo, Lycksele and Helsinki)."-- back cover.
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air quality Airviro applied area sources average brake wear burning and traffic chemical analysis comparison Contribution from wood contribution of wood COPREM User correlation dispersion model calculations domestic wood burning emission inventories emission sources Eulerian model factor analysis filter samples Forsdala Gaussian model Hämeentie heating Helsinki Illerup included indirect methods inverse modelling inverse modelling technique Johansson Kallio Krecl layers line source Long-range transport Lycksele and Gävle measured meteorological methodology Mod Obs Mod multiple linear regression Nordic countries Norrmalm number of sources Obs Mod Obs observations Oslo overestimate particles PMF ME-2 point source receptor modelling regional background regression slope Sea salt sensitivity source apportionment source profiles source type stoves Table temperature tion total PM2.5 concentration traffic emissions traffic exhaust traffic induced suspension uncertainty estimates UNMIX urban Vallila variability vertical distribution Wåhlin wind speeds winter period wood burning contribution wood burning emissions wood burning source