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By Jutta Graf, Hans Schlager, Monika Krautstrunk (auth.), Sven-Erik Gryning, Millán M. Millán (eds.)

The twentieth overseas Technical assembly on pollution Modelling and Its program used to be held in Valencia, Spain, in the course of past due 1993. At this convention, a brand new list of abstracts used to be submitted, a brand new checklist of scientists participated, and a brand new list of nations was once represented. This in actual fact shows society's non-stop and growing to be curiosity in, in addition to value of, the complexities linked to the modelling of pollution. The convention addressed the next major matters: built-in nearby modelling, international and long-range delivery, new modelling advancements, unintended releases, and version examine­ ment and verification. furthermore, project-oriented workshops have been equipped as a part of the convention. the various contributing authors and scientists taking energetic half within the discussions following the papers, have made this continuing a checklist of the present prestige within the box of air pollu­ tion modelling. we wish to convey our gratitude to their efforts. We additionally desire to expand our gratitude to the sponsors that made this convention attainable. as well as monetary aid from NATOjCCMS the convention got contributions from CEAM, the eu Asso­ ciation for the technological know-how of pollution, Danish middle for Air study, and Ris0 nationwide Laboratory. a unique provide was once given by way of NATOjCCMS to facilitate attendance of scientists from imperative and jap Europe. We additionally desire to convey our gratitude to Rosa Salvador and Pilar Zamora of CEAM, who laboriously prepared the convention pre-proceedings, and to Anne N0rregaard and Ulla Riis Christiansen of Ris0 nationwide Laboratory, who seved as convention secretariat.

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20 . - 40 . - 60 . - 80. ~~~~l~~ · ~~~~~YU~~WU~~UY~~ - 80 . - 60. - 40. -20. 0. X (km I 20. 40. 60. 80 . Fig. 2 The horizontal wind field 125 m above the ground, at 11:00 LT of December 13, 1989 for the outer grid from the two-grid simulation (arrows every second grid). 38 smaller speed. No significant differences were found over the Athens Basin. g. at the gaps between the mountains, over Mesogea plain). A third simulation was performed with three nested grids: The coarser one which covers the region from the Ionian sea to the western part of Asia Minor and from South of Crete to the northern part of the Balkan area with horizontal grid increment of 16 km.

D. Moran, D. A. Moon, R. A. Stocker, R. L. Walko, and M. Uliasz, 1991: Regional and mesoscale meteorological modeling as applied to air quality studies. In Air Pollution Modeling and Its Application VIII, van Dop, H. and D. G. Steyn, Editors, Plenum Press, New York, 259-290. Pielke, R. A. and M. Uliasz, 1993: Influence of landscape variability on atmospheric dispersion. J. Air £3 Waste Management 989-994. , 1990a: Development of the mesoscale dispersion modeling system using personal computers.

1989; Zwozdziak and Zwozdziak,1990; Zwozdziak and Zwozdziak, 1991). Winds from SW to NW directions occur most frequently and associated with high concentrations of sulphur components. Air Pollution Modeling and Its Application X, Edited by S-V. Gryning and M. M. Millan, Plenum Press, New York, 1994 27 High concentrations of sulphur components have been also observed during winds from N-E sector, however, such winds occur much less frequently than western ones. The simulations discussed in this paper were performed for May and June of 1993 with the aid of a Mesoscale Dispersion Modeling System (MDMS).

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