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  • Atmospheric Dispersion Modelling - An open source Wiki devoted to atmospheric dispersion modelling. Offers technical articles.
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  • AQM Resource Centre - The Air Quality Management (AQM) Resource Centre is maintained at the University of the West of England in Bristol, England. It provides much useful information, including brief descriptions of many British and USA air dispersion models.
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  • Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling Liaison Committee (ADMLC) - ADMLC's main aim is to review current understanding of atmospheric dispersion for application in authorization or licensing of discharges to the atmosphere from industrial, commercial or other sites. ADMLC is concerned with long-term controlled releases as well as short-term releases, and at all scales, including on-site and within buildings.
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  • Certified Consulting Meteorologists - Provides directories by state and by speciality of the Certified Consulting Meteorologist members of the American Meteorological Society, many of whom specialize in air pollution dispersion modeling analyses and studies.
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  • Directory of Atmospheric Transport and Diffusion Consequence Assessment Models - An extensive directory (March 1999 issue) of atmospheric dispersion models produced by the Office of the Federal Coordinator for Meteorology (OFCM), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
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  • Environmental Software and Modelling Group, Technical University of Madrid - Conducts research in modelling and prediction of air quality.
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  • Finnish Meteorological Institute - The activities of the Air Quality Research department at the Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI) include atmospheric dispersion modeling for: urban air quality, regional and long-range transport, and accidents involving hazardous materials.
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  • Fundamentals of Stack Gas Dispersion - Includes published peer reviews, complete table of contents, and information about how to obtain copies of the book. Also includes technical articles.
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  • The GAIA Air Dispersion Model Database - A database of 27 different air dispersion models. Each model entry includes: a description, where to obtain the software, the original authors, and literature references pertaining to the model. Sponsored by a consortium of 10 countries in Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America.
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  • Literature References on Mesoscale Meteorology - A comprehensive list of literature references on mesoscale meteorology compiled by Dr. Ming Xue, many of which relate to various aspects of air dispersion modeling.
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  • National Atmospheric Release Advisory Center - Located at the University of California's Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), the National Atmospheric Release Advisory Capability (NARAC) is a national emergency response service for real-time assessment of incidents involving accidental releases of nuclear, chemical, biological, or natural hazardous material.
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  • NOAA's Air Resources Laboratory (ARL) - Within the U.S.'s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the ARL conducts research on the transport, dispersion, transformation, and removal of atmospheric pollutants - leading to the development of air quality and dispersion models. The ARL also supports other U.S. agencies. In particular, the ARL's Atmospheric Turbulence and Diffusion Division (ATTD) and Atmospheric Sciences Modeling Division (ASMD) support the U.S. EPA in developing regulatory air dispersion models.
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  • StadtKlima: The International Association For Urban Climate - A list of air quality and air pollution dispersion models with descriptions, details and contacts for obtaining further information. Most of the listed models were developed in Germany, and the StadtKlima Association is headquartered at the University of Freiburg in Germany.
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  • U.S. EPA's Support Center for Regulatory Air Models - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency uses this site to provide information on the many dispersion models supporting regulatory programs required by U.S. law. All of the EPA's dispersion models and their Users' Manuals can be downloaded cost-free from here. An online forum is also provided for discussion/questions/answers on all aspects of the EPA's models.
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