A group of Nordic modellers has evaluated the utilisation of models to assess air
quality in cities from a Nordic perspective. The evaluation includes an overview of
models for different scales used in the Nordic countries, with the emphasis on
street/road and urban scale models (Larssen et al., 1995).
Some work is being made nationally. Most of it is done in the US. The Royal
Meteorological Society in UK has issued a set of guidelines on the choice and use of
models within atmospheric dispersion (Royal Meteorological Society, 1995). The
Dutch Ministry on Housing, Physical planning and Environment has issued a Dutch
standard on the description of air pollution models (Noordijk, 1992; Dekker and
Sliggers 1992; Dutch standard on Description of air pollution models, 1992).
The International Standardisation Organisation (ISO) has established a subcommittee
on Meteorology to the Technical Committee on Air quality. The European Committee
for Standardisation (CEN) is not presently dealing with modelling.
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