Daniela Giosanu, Mădălina Cristina Marian, Daniela Constantin
Full Text PDF | air pollution, nitrogen dioxide, sulphur dioxide, vertical temperature gradient.

Air pollution is one of the most dangerous forms of pollution, which can have disastrous effects on the environment. For example, pollution with sulfur oxides contributes to the formation of acid rain and nitrogen oxides promote the accumulation of nitrates in the soil. Meteorological factors, such as temperature, significantly influence the levels of pollution and the spread of pollutants in the lower atmosphere. Air pollution meteorology helps to understand how pollutants are emitted and dispersed in the ambient air. Therefore, the purpose of the paper was to monitor for one year the concentrations of NO2 and SO2 in Argeș County and to correlate these data with climatic and urban parameters. The study concludes with a simulation of the dispersion of pollutants emitted by a source, having dimensions and location similar to those of the evacuation tower from CET Bradu, in conditions of a stable atmosphere at various temperatures.

Cite this paper: Giosanu, D., Marian, M.C., Constantin, D. (2021). AIR POLLUTION METEOROLOGY.  CASE STUDY: SO2 AND NO2 MONITORING IN ARGEȘ COUNTY. Current Trends in Natural Sciences, 10(20), 72-78. https://doi.org/10.47068/ctns.2021.v10i20.010

Current Trends in Natural Sciences

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