Comparison of two atmospheric-dispersion models to assess farm-site exposure to sour-gas processing-plant emissions.

@article{Scott2003ComparisonOT,
  title={Comparison of two atmospheric-dispersion models to assess farm-site exposure to sour-gas processing-plant emissions.},
  author={Harvey M Scott and Colin L. Soskolne and S Wayne Martin and Erik A Ellehoj and Robert W Coppock and Tee Lamont Guidotti and Kerry D Lissemore},
  journal={Preventive veterinary medicine},
  year={2003},
  volume={57 1-2},
  pages={
          15-34
        }
}
We describe two approaches for exposure assessment that we used in a large-scale retrospective cattle study conducted in Alberta, Canada. Sulfur dioxide (SO(2)) was the surrogate measure of exposure to a complex mixture of combusted sour-gas emissions. Monthly air pollution dispersion modeling (1985-1994) (based on individual industrial source processing-plant engineering specifications, emission volumes, and meteorologic information) provided exposure isopleths of sulfur dioxide concentration… CONTINUE READING

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