One of a series of documents produced for the Williams Lake Air Quality Roundtable in support of the development of an airshed management plan for Williams Lake. This report summarizes the results of a source apportionment exercise done for fine particulate matter (PM10, PM2.5) at 15 different locations in the Williams Lake Airshed using the output from the CALPUFF dispersion model. Relative contributions (mass and in percent of total) from all sources of PM10 and PM2.5 were estimated.
Koscher, Chris, Schutte, Alex. 2005. Fine Particulate Source Apportionment Update for the Williams Lake Airshed Based on Calpuff Modelling, 2005. British Columbia Ministry of Environment
Keywords: air quality roundtable, airshed management plan, calpuff dispersion model, source apportionment, PM10, PM2.5, Williams Lake
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