Vol. 30, issue 04, article # 13

Desyatkov B.M., Lapteva N.A. Method for constructing optimal network monitoring stations of gases and aerosols emissions. // Optika Atmosfery i Okeana. 2017. V. 30. No. 04. P. 354–359 [in Russian].
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Abstract:

A method is developed for organization of optimal network of monitoring stations of hazardous emissions of gases and aerosols from known sources during technogenic accidents and terrorist acts. A network built allows one to fix emissions in any real meteorological conditions. The basic features of test networks are analyzed depending on the instrumentation sensitivity threshold and source altitude.

Keywords:

boundary layer of the atmosphere, optimal emission monitoring network, sources of gases and aerosols

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