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Some success has been achieved for the canopy layer (forward slash pattern in the sketch) and at larger scales (blended layer). The challenge in the transition layers (broad and ﬁne space horizontal patterns) is still considerable. 2. Tracer experiments Measurements from the Copenhagen and BUBBLE full-scale tracer experiments are used to investigate the ability to model the dispersion process in an urban area. 1. Copenhagen experiment Atmospheric dispersion experiments were carried out in the Copenhagen area with tracer released from an elevated source in the urban/residential area (Gryning and Lyck, 1984).
Jantunen, Finland (Air pollution exposure modelling for risk assessment and for risk management) and S. R. Hanna (A review of uncertainty and sensitivity analyses of atmospheric transport and dispersion models). On behalf of the ITM Scientiﬁc Committee and as organizers and editors, we would like to thank all the participants who made the meeting so successful. Among the participants, we especially recognize the efforts of the chairpersons and rapporteurs. Finally, special thanks to the xxxviii Preface sponsoring institutions University of Aveiro, Portugal, Leibniz-Institute for Tropospheric Research, Germany and the sponsoring organizations NATO Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society and GRICES (Ofﬁce for International Relations in Science and Higher Education, Portugal).
Then, zones are deﬁned to aggregate the ﬂuxes to be inverted. In each zone, the same correction is applied to all the aggregated ﬂuxes. In order to satisfy this assumption, the zones are deﬁned by taking into account (i) the intensity of the emission ﬂuxes and (ii) the sensitivity of the concentrations to these 24 L. Menut et al. Figure 2. Principle of spatial aggregation. emissions. This leads to a dynamical spatial aggregation that makes use of the a priori information available in the emission space.