Thomas Chico

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The Segmented-Plume Primary Aerosol Model (SPPAM) has been developed over the past several years. The earlier model development goals were simply to generalize the widely used Industrial Source Complex Short-Term (ISCST) model to simulate plume transport and dispersion under light wind conditions and to handle a large number of roadway or line sources. The(More)
The South Coast Air Quality Management District conducted a Multiple Air Toxics Exposure Study (MATES-II) in the South Coast Air Basin. The study included one-year monitoring of various air toxic pollutants, developing spatially and temporally resolved air toxic emission inventories and modeling air toxic concentrations and risk assessment. This(More)
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