Air Quality and Meteorology. The Pasquill Stability-Dispersion System: A Poor Method for Describing Atmospheric Stability

VIERNES 28 DE FEBRERO

IMPARTE: Dr. Jonathan Kahl┃University of Wisconsin

Auditorio Julián Adem, Centro de Ciencias de la Atmósfera, Ciudad Universitaria
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ABSTRACT

The Pasquill stability-dispersion system was designed to describe atmospheric dispersion conditions and was never intended to be a “stand-alone” measure of stability, but it has nevertheless been used to characterize stability in a wide range of applications unrelated to atmospheric dispersion. In this study we evaluate whether the method’s underlying assumptions are sufficiently robust for characterizing stability, and whether the method provides acceptable characterizations when used as a stability classification tool outside the context of atmospheric dispersion.

Fecha

Feb 28 2020

Horario

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Auditorio Dr. Julián Adem

Lugar

Auditorio Dr. Julián Adem
CCA