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Assessment of the relationship between industrial and traffic sources contributing to air quality objective exceedences: A theoretical modelling exercise (2006)
Journal Article
Irwin, J. G., Fisher, B. E., Leksmono, N. S., Chatterton, T. J., Longhurst, J., & Ling, K. (2006). Assessment of the relationship between industrial and traffic sources contributing to air quality objective exceedences: A theoretical modelling exercise. Environmental Modelling and Software, 21(4), 494-500. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2004.07.012

In the UK, local government is under a statutory duty to undertake scientific review and assessment of air quality and designate Air Quality Management Areas (AQMAs) in locations with identified air quality problems. This paper investigates, from a t... Read More about Assessment of the relationship between industrial and traffic sources contributing to air quality objective exceedences: A theoretical modelling exercise.

Assessment of the relationship between industrial and non-industrial sources contributing to air quality objective exceedences: A theoretical modelling exercise (2003)
Presentation / Conference
Leksmono, N., Longhurst, J., Fisher, B., Chatterton, T., Irwin, J., & Ling, K. (2003, June). Assessment of the relationship between industrial and non-industrial sources contributing to air quality objective exceedences: A theoretical modelling exercise. Presented at Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Urban Air Quality: Measuring, Modelling and Management, Prague, Czech Republic

Assessment of the relationship between industrial and non-industrial sources contributing to air quality objective exceedences: A theoretical modelling exercise (2003)
Presentation / Conference
Leksmono, N., Longhurst, J., Fisher, B., Chatterton, T., Irwin, J., & Ling, K. (2003, March). Assessment of the relationship between industrial and non-industrial sources contributing to air quality objective exceedences: A theoretical modelling exercise. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Urban Air Quality: Measuring, Modelling and Management, Prague, Czech Republic