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1. Bouyant Line and Point Source Model [BLP-Model]
Bouyant Line and Point Source Model (BLP) is a Gaussian plume dispersion model designed to handle unique modeling problems associated with aluminum reduction plants, and other industrial sources where ...


2. AERMOD Modeling System [AERMOD_Model]
The American Meteorological Society/Environmental Protection Agency Regulatory Model Improvement Committee (AERMIC) was formed to introduce state-of-the-art modeling concepts into the EPA's air quality ...


3. ISC3 - Industrial Source Complex Model [ISC3_Model]
ISC3 is a steady-state Gaussian plume model which can be used to assess pollutant concentrations from a wide variety of sources associated with an industrial complex. This model can account for the ...


4. Community Multi-scale Air Quality (CMAQ) Model [CMAQ_Model]
The Community Multi-scale Air Quality (CMAQ) modeling system has been designed to approach air quality as a whole by including state-of-the-science capabilities for modeling multiple air quality issues, ...


5. Complex Terrain Dispersion Model Plus Algorithms for Unstable Situations [CTDMPLUS-Model]
(Summary adapted from EPA.) CTDMPLUS (Complex Terrain Dispersion Model Plus Algorithms for Unstable Situations) is a refined point source Gaussian air quality model for use in all stability conditions ...


6. Strip Chart Digitizer Program [IEDRO_digitization]
The International Environmental Data Rescue Organization (IEDRO) Strip Chart Digitizer program retrieves data from scanned strip chart images and converts them into an accurate computer-readable format. ...


7. Assessment System for Population Exposure Nationwide [EPA_ASPEN]
The Assessment System for Population Exposure Nationwide (ASPEN) consists of a dispersion and a mapping module. The dispersion module is a Gaussian formulation based on ISCST3 for estimating ambient ...


8. Climatological Dispersion Model [CDM2-Model]
(Summary adapted from EPA.) CDM-2.0 (Climatological Dispersion Model - Version 2.0) determines long-term (seasonal or annual) pollutant concentrations in a rural or urban setting using average emission ...


9. SHORTZ - Gaussian Plume Model [SHORTZ-Model]
[Summary adapted from EPA.] SHORTZ a steady-state bivariate Gaussian plume formulation for both urban and rural areas in flat or complex terrain to calculate ground-level ambient air concentrations. ...


10. OCD - Offshore and Coastal Dispersion Model [OCD_Model]
(Summary adapted from EPA.) OCD (Offshore and Coastal Dispersion Model) a straight line Gaussian model developed to determine the impact of offshore emissions from point, area or line sources on ...


11. SCREEN3 - Industrial Source Complex Model [SCREEN3_Model]
(Summary adapted from EPA.) SCREEN3 a single source Gaussian plume model which provides maximum ground-level concentrations for point, area, flare, and volume sources, as well as concentrations in ...


12. Complex Terrain Screening Model [CTSCREEN-Model]
(Summary adapted from EPA.) CTSCREEN (Complex Terrain Screening model) a Gaussian plume dispersion model designed as a screening technique for regulatory application to plume impaction assessments ...


13. CAL3QHC/CAL3QHCR- A Versatile Dispersion Model for Predicting Carbon Monoxide Levels Near Highways and Arterial Streets [CAL3QHC_Model]
(Summary adapted from EPA.) CAL3QHC/CAL3QHCR (CALINE3 with queuing and hot spot calculations) a CALINE3 based CO model with a traffic model to calculate delays and queues that occur at signalized ...


14. Calms Processor [CALMPRO]
Calms Processor (CALMPRO) is a meteorological processor which provides consistent application of handling calms by setting the wind direction of the calm hour to the last reported wind direction and ...


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