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Gregory R. Carmichael

, measurements and monitoring, and removal processes. The papers in this special issue are drawn from these topics. The first set of papers deals mainly with the meteorological aspects of atmospheric sciences and air quality. These include a lidar study of the aerosol distribution in a sea-breeze front, dispersion in complex terrain and roadway tunnel portals, numerical studies of the effect of urbanization on dispersion (Kitada et al.) and stratified flow around a three-dimensional obstacle, modeling of

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Charles G. Lindsey
Jun Chen
Timothy S. Dye
L. Willard Richards
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Donald L. Blumenthal

Doppler lidar positioned near Desert View (DSV) was used to investigate flows in the Grand Canyon itself ( Banta and Olivier 1991 ). Finally, a variety of NWS data and products were archived during the study period to help with analysis and interpretation of the WVS data (e.g., hourly surface observations, upper-air data, surface and constant level charts, satellite imagery, etc.). Transport analysis techniques Analyses of the transport of NGS emittants were performed using a number of analytical

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