Application of a prognostic model TAPM to sea-breeze flows, surface concentrations, and fumigating plumes

@article{Luhar2004ApplicationOA,
  title={Application of a prognostic model TAPM to sea-breeze flows, surface concentrations, and fumigating plumes},
  author={Ashok K. Luhar and Peter J. Hurley},
  journal={Environmental Modelling and Software},
  year={2004},
  volume={19},
  pages={591-601}
}
We apply The Air Pollution Model (TAPM) (version 2.0), a three-dimensional prognostic model developed as a tool to predict both meteorological and air pollution fields for environmental impact assessments and related air pollution studies, to data from the 1995 Kwinana Coastal Fumigation Study. The field study was conducted over a 12-day summer period in the coastal region of Kwinana in Western Australia in order to investigate the local sea-breeze meteorology, the footprint of SO 2… CONTINUE READING
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