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'''Application Type (Planning, Research, Forecasting, Other):''' Planning
 
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'''Abstract:''' Regional modeling study of the Southeast US for the 2011 and a 2023 projection year.  12-km CONUS domain with a 4-km nest over North Carolina. SMOKE was used to process the NEI2011v2 for input CMAQ. The CMAQ results were run through MATS to calculation base and future year ozone design values for monitors in North Carolina.

Revision as of 17:49, 31 August 2017

The CMAS Center is committed to helping the U.S. EPA improve the experience of the air quality modeling community in using CMAQ, SMOKE, and the other software supported by the CMAS Center. We are interesting in finding out how the software is being used in the community. This blog is a way to share information about your experiences with the CMAS-supported software. We encourage you to contribute to this blog through providing links to project webpages/wikis, journal articles, presentations, and short narratives about how these tools have been used. While we are particularly interested in planning and regulatory applications, information about any applications are of interest.

Send an email to cmas(at)unc.edu to request a login for this wiki for adding content to the blog.


Example Application (Name or ID)

Project Contact, Affiliation: Adel Hanna, U. of North Carolina

Project Period: 6/1/2015 - 12/31/2017

Project Sponsor: North Carolina DNR

Project Website: http://addurl.edu

Application Type (Planning, Research, Forecasting, Other): Planning

CMAS Software Used in Project: SMOKE, CMAQ, VERDI

Abstract: Regional modeling study of the Southeast US for the 2011 and a 2023 projection year. 12-km CONUS domain with a 4-km nest over North Carolina. SMOKE was used to process the NEI2011v2 for input CMAQ. The CMAQ results were run through MATS to calculation base and future year ozone design values for monitors in North Carolina.