Atmospheric tomography: a Bayesian inversion technique for determining the rate and location of fugitive emissions.

@article{Humphries2012AtmosphericTA,
  title={Atmospheric tomography: a Bayesian inversion technique for determining the rate and location of fugitive emissions.},
  author={Ruhi Humphries and Charles E Jenkins and Ray Leuning and Steve Zegelin and David Griffith and Christopher Caldow and Henry Berko and Andrew J Feitz},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2012},
  volume={46 3},
  pages={1739-46}
}
A Bayesian inversion technique to determine the location and strength of trace gas emissions from a point source in open air is presented. It was tested using atmospheric measurements of N(2)O and CO(2) released at known rates from a source located within an array of eight evenly spaced sampling points on a 20-m radius circle. The analysis requires knowledge of concentration enhancement downwind of the source and the normalized, three-dimensional distribution (shape) of concentration in the… CONTINUE READING

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