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Jesse O. Bash, Patricia Bresnahan, and David R. Miller

mercury between different soil media components (organic mater, minerals, etc.), soil and rainwater pH, and vegetation surfaces. a. Potential Models-3 integration This conceptual model can be integrated into the Environmental Protection Agency’s Models-3 framework by creating a surface media compartment with stomatal, cuticular, soil, and water storage. These storages will be coupled to one another and the atmosphere via the mass balance and the transfer of pollutants there between. A two

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Armin Aulinger, Volker Matthias, and Markus Quante

an important role for the B(a)P (which represents PAH) budget in the water body and sediments. The quantification of these amounts will be a central application of the CMAQ model for POPs. 6. Conclusions The evaluation results in this paper suggest that with the here-presented extensions CMAQ is able to simulate fairly well the ambient air concentrations of B(a)P over Europe. This model can be used to assess the transport pathways of B(a)P over Europe at different scales. For further verification

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George Kallos, Marina Astitha, Petros Katsafados, and Chris Spyrou

describe accurately the complicated physicochemical processes taking place along the transport path in the GMR. Such processes are related to several factors: Heterogeneous chemical reactions, in which anthropogenic and natural PM play an important role in air-pollutant by-products. Aqueous-phase chemistry and cloud-interaction processes are critical and are able to affect even the water budget in the region. There is limited knowledge related to the role of each source of PM on cloud formation and

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