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Indigenous Struggles, Environmental Justice, and Community Capabilities
Environmental justice is often defined in terms of the distribution (or maldistribution) of environmental goods and bads. Activists and scholars have also focused on issues of cultural recognitionExpand
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Mapuche Protest, Environmental Conflict and Social Movement Linkage in Chile
Abstract This article chronicles the promise and limitations of social movement networks as mechanisms of political voice in Mapuche Chile. Although protest has largely fallen from favour inExpand
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Use of networks of low cost air quality sensors to quantify air quality in urban settings
Abstract Low cost sensors are becoming increasingly available for studying urban air quality. Here we show how such sensors, deployed as a network, provide unprecedented insights into the patterns ofExpand
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Validation of ADMS against wind tunnel data of dispersion from chemical warehouse fires
Abstract Comparisons are presented of the predictions of the atmospheric dispersion modelling system (ADMS) and wind tunnel data for plume dispersion from chemical warehouse fires. The focus of theExpand
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Environmental justice and the politics of energy on the US–Mexico border
Abstract This paper is part of an emerging effort to explore environmental justice in the forms in which it is appearing in Latin America, both as a discourse of popular mobilisation and as a set ofExpand
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Using ADMS models for Air Quality Assessment and Management in China
Abstract ADMS-Urban is the most widely used advanced dispersion model for urban areas, being used extensively in China and worldwide, providing a practical tool for assessing and managing urban airExpand
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As part of the FAIRMODE benchmarking activities (Thunis et al., 2010), performance criteria for air quality modelling in the frame of the EU Air Quality directive (AQD) 2008 are proposed and tested.Expand
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ADMS-Urban: developments in modelling dispersion from the city scale to the local scale
Many countries perform national air quality assessments using grid-based numerical air dispersion models, generally referred to as ‘regional’ models. Advantages of these models include the ability toExpand
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Performance criteria for the benchmarking of air quality model regulatory applications: the ‘target’ approach
The definition of appropriate performance criteria is one of the key issues for the benchmarking of air quality models in regulatory applications. As part of the FAIRMODE benchmarking activitiesExpand
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Air quality simulations for London using a coupled regional-to-local modelling system
Abstract. A coupled regional-to-local modelling system comprising a regional chemistry–climate model with 5 km horizontal resolution (EMEP4UK) and an urban dispersion and chemistry model withExpand
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