This is one of a series of documents developed as part of the air quality assessment for Quesnel BC in support of airshed management planning. For background information, the reader is directed to the documents in the list of references. As required by item F. in the Air Monitoring and Assessment Strategy for Quesnel BC, 2000-2005 (Plain and Zirnhelt, 2000), airshed dispersion modelling has been completed for the Quesnel Airshed using the CALPUFF dispersion model. For complete information related to this project see the report entitled Airshed Dispersion Modelling Project for Quesnel BC (Plain, 2003 ? revised January 2004). A further work item contained in the strategy document and also identified in the airshed modelling report was to complete a source apportionment exercise for fine particulate at 15 locations (receptors) in the airshed using the CALPUFF model output. This document summarizes the results of that work. The objective of the source apportionment work using the CALPUFF output is to determine re
Plain, Earle. 2004. Fine Particulate Source Apportionment for the Quesnel Airshed Using Results from a CALPUFF Modelling Exercise.. BC Ministry of Water Land and Air Protection
Keywords: CALPUFF, air quality, fine particulate, source apportionment
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