Ascribing culpability for the numerous incidents of elevated total reduced sulphur (TRS) in the ambient air of Prince George is a difficult task because of the multitude of TRS sources at the three pulp mills and the complex meteorology associated with valley location. Atmospheric dispersion models provide a mechanism to develeop an understanding of the influence of each of the TRS sources on the ambient air quality. As such, the Waste Management Branch in Victoria undertook to investigate the Prince George air quality problem through the application of dispersion modelling.
Bennett, R.C., Coligado, M.C.; Marsh, B; Tradewell, E. 1986. Prince George Dispersion Modelling Project: Summary Report. BC Ministry of Environment and Parks
Keywords: Prince George, Dispersion Modelling
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