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Summary of the Eighth Joint Conference on Applications of Air Pollution Meteorology

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The Eighth Joint Conference on Applications of Air Pollution Meteorology with the Air and Waste Management Association was held in conjunction with the AMS 74th Annual Meeting in Nashville, Tennessee, on 23–28 January 1994. Sessions at the meeting covered a broad range of topics including the dispersion environment, meteorology in emissions determination, long-range and mesoscale pollutant transport and fate, meteorology and photochemistry, advanced dispersion models and modeling systems, model evaluation, complex flows affecting dispersion near structures, and coastal and complex terrain issues. Papers followed some recurrent themes but many reported applications of new technology that provide new opportunities to see atmospheric characteristics and complexities for the first time. Innovative techniques were described in data analysis and presentation and modeling.

*Earth Tech, West Hartford, Connecticut.

+Rocky Hill, Connecticut.

#Air Resources Laboratory, NOAA, AREAL EPA, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.

@Air Resources Laboratory, NOAA, Silver Spring, Maryland.

&Earth Tech, Concord, Massachusetts.

**TRC Environmental Consultants, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

++Southern California Edison Company, Rosemeade, California.

##Pacific Northwest Laboratory, Richland, Washington.

@@Cermak Peterka and Peterson, Inc., Fort Collins, Colorado.

&&New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Albany, New York.

Corresponding author address: Daniel J. McNaughton, Earth Tech, 19 Proctor Drive, West Hartford, CT 06117.

The Eighth Joint Conference on Applications of Air Pollution Meteorology with the Air and Waste Management Association was held in conjunction with the AMS 74th Annual Meeting in Nashville, Tennessee, on 23–28 January 1994. Sessions at the meeting covered a broad range of topics including the dispersion environment, meteorology in emissions determination, long-range and mesoscale pollutant transport and fate, meteorology and photochemistry, advanced dispersion models and modeling systems, model evaluation, complex flows affecting dispersion near structures, and coastal and complex terrain issues. Papers followed some recurrent themes but many reported applications of new technology that provide new opportunities to see atmospheric characteristics and complexities for the first time. Innovative techniques were described in data analysis and presentation and modeling.

*Earth Tech, West Hartford, Connecticut.

+Rocky Hill, Connecticut.

#Air Resources Laboratory, NOAA, AREAL EPA, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.

@Air Resources Laboratory, NOAA, Silver Spring, Maryland.

&Earth Tech, Concord, Massachusetts.

**TRC Environmental Consultants, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

++Southern California Edison Company, Rosemeade, California.

##Pacific Northwest Laboratory, Richland, Washington.

@@Cermak Peterka and Peterson, Inc., Fort Collins, Colorado.

&&New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Albany, New York.

Corresponding author address: Daniel J. McNaughton, Earth Tech, 19 Proctor Drive, West Hartford, CT 06117.
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