5-030-S-AirshedSulphur

By Brian Winkel

SIMIODE, Chardon OH USA

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Abstract

Temperature inversions and low wind speeds can trap air pollutants in a mountain valley for an extended period of time. Gaseous sulfur compounds are often a significant air pollution problem. We offer a model for analysis to predict long-term levels of pollutants and present additional issues.

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  • Brian Winkel (2017), "5-030-S-AirshedSulphur," https://www.simiode.org/resources/3706.

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