Some guidelines are necessary to help environmental managers of industrial plants and environmental technicians of Environmental Regulatory offices in order to avoid mistakes when choosing dispersion modelling software.
Diaz C.1; Cartelle D.2 and Barclay J.3
(1) SVPA, Gerena, Spain (2) Troposfera, Ferrol, Spain (3) independent consultant, Auckland, New Zealand
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Citation:Diaz C., Cartelle D., Barclay J., 2014, Revision of Regulatory Dispersion Models, an Important Key in Environmental Odour Management, Ist International Seminar of Odours in the Environment, Santiago, Chile, www.olores.org
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Keywords: subhourly data, topography, average time, peak to mean relation, calm and light winds
Acronyms: APGNO: Activity that may Potentially Generate Nuisance by Odours, IEA: Integrated Environmental Authorisation, AAE: Authorisation for Atmospheric Emissions, EIA: Environmental Impact Assessment, FB: Fractional Bias; NMSE Normalised Mean Square Error; GM Geometric Mean Bias, WWTP: Waste water Treatment Plant.