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  Information - AS3.13 Quantification of primary particle emissions and secondary aerosol precursors

Event Information
While particulate matter has been recognized as a serious environmental problem, there is still a considerable lack of knowledge about its sources and source strength. This session shall help to bring together information on the emissions of particles or of the precursors of particles formed in the atmosphere.

Papers solicited for this session should provide new results in one or more of the following topics:
• quantification of emission fluxes, specifically of fugitive emissions
of particles
• assessment of real-world emission factors of new installations
(e.g. vehicles, domestic combustion)
• estimating emissions of particles and precursors from natural sources
• scaling-up emissions to provincial and national inventories
• downscaling and gridding of particulate matter emission information

Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers
Z. Klimont, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA),Schloßplatz 1
2361 Laxenburg, Austria


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