Print Email Facebook Twitter Response of SIA concentrations across Germany to emission changes during PM10 episodes in Spring 2009 Title Response of SIA concentrations across Germany to emission changes during PM10 episodes in Spring 2009 Author Banzhaf, S. Schaap, M. Wichink Kruit, R. Stern, R. Builtjes, P.J.H. Publication year 2014 Abstract The Chemistry Transport Model (CTM) REM-Calgrid (RCG) has been applied to investigate the non-linear relationship between emission changes and modelled SIA (=SO4 + NO3 + NH4) concentrations for a high PM10 episode in spring 2009. Emissions were reduced for the model domain only and the model domain including Boundary Conditions. It was found that the effectiveness of emission reductions increases with increasing emission reduction area whereas results were least dependent on the size of emission reduction area for ammonia emission changes. Subject Earth / EnvironmentalCAS - Climate, Air and SustainabilityEELS - Earth, Environmental and Life SciencesEnvironment & SustainabilityEnvironmentUrbanisation To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:fa2a0660-f919-4712-ab20-6bc94871aea4 TNO identifier 862478 Publisher Springer Source Air Pollution Modeling and its application XXII, 547-552 Series NATO Science for Peace and Security Series Document type bookPart Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.