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Analisi dei modelli validi per lo studio dei processi di deposizione secca e sui dati meteo previsionali dell’ECMWF

  title={Analisi dei modelli validi per lo studio dei processi di deposizione secca e sui dati meteo previsionali dell’ECMWF},
  author={A. Cervone and Calogera Lombardo and Mariarosa Giardina and Pietro Buffa},
4 1. Analysis of models to study dry deposition processes of pollutants in atmosphere onto urban surface. 5 1.1. Particle dry deposition velocity onto rough surfaces 5 1.2. Dry deposition process 6 1.3. Impaction processes and parameterization in the particle dry deposition 7 1.4. Short review of dry deposition models for gas and particle 7 1.5. A modified approach for dry deposition as inferred from various parameterization schemes 11 1.6. Comparison with experimental data 16 1.7. Conclusion… 



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