Research and analysis

Integration of air quality modelling and monitoring methods: review and applications

A review of air quality modelling and monitoring integration methods to optimise network design and reduce uncertainty in air quality assessments.

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Integration of air quality modelling and monitoring methods: review and applications

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The Environment Agency has reviewed how ambient air quality modelling and monitoring can be integrated in order to improve the design of monitoring networks and to reduce uncertainties in air quality impact assessments around industrial sites.

The study covered two broad areas: 1) a review of the availability and application of monitoring data and modelling methods for assessing the impacts of industrial sites; 2) a review of existing methods for integrating monitoring and modelling data.