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Transport of atmospheric pollutants across Slovenia

Research activity

Code Science Field Subfield
1.08.00  Natural sciences and mathematics  Control and care of the environment   

Code Science Field
P305  Natural sciences and mathematics  Environmental chemistry 
Keywords
atmosphere, photochemistry, modelling, transport of pollutants
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Researchers (12)
no. Code Name and surname Research area Role Period No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  27804  PhD Gregor Arh    Researcher  2006 - 2007  19 
2.  18193  Zdenka Držaj    Researcher  2004 
3.  18191  Jolanda Furlan    Researcher  2004 
4.  14485  PhD Saša Gaberšek  Physics  Researcher  2004 - 2007  30 
5.  20250  PhD Polonca Kralj  Chemistry  Researcher  2004  40 
6.  18288  PhD Martina Logar  Chemistry  Researcher  2005  157 
7.  14231  PhD Matevž Pompe  Chemistry  Researcher  2004 - 2007  274 
8.  15670  PhD Matija Strlič  Chemistry  Researcher  2004  866 
9.  04100  PhD Robert Susič  Chemistry  Researcher  2004  52 
10.  06117  PhD Marjan Veber  Chemistry  Head  2004 - 2007  450 
11.  21370  PhD Rahela Žabkar  Physics  Junior researcher  2004 - 2007  122 
12.  18192  Mojca Žitko    Researcher  2004 
Organisations (2)
no. Code Research organisation City Registration number No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  0103  University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology  Ljubljana  1626990  23,426 
2.  1554  University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics  Ljubljana  1627007  34,510 
Abstract
Over recent years it has become clear that pollution plumes can be transported many thousand kilometres downwind from their source regions, thereby affecting the concentrations of oxidants and aerosols in the troposphere. Elevated concentrations of pollutants in Slovenia are due to local sources and due to transport from the other industrialised reagion in Europe. Slovenia is associated member of EU and must introduce their regulation laws. According to EU Ozone directive Environmental Agency of Republic of Slovenia (EARS) is obligated to asses air quality in Slovenia, perform monitoring of air pollutants and develop action plans in cases of their elevated concentrations. In this project we will try to evaluate the influence of the transport of air masses on air quality in Slovenia. We will try to find out what part of the total amount of pollutants in Slovenia originates from local production and to what extent is pollution due to the transport. 3-D trajectories will be used to determine the origine of air masses and typical meteorological conditions responsible for transport of polluted air towards Slovenia. In the second part, theoretical models will be develped for the prediction of elevated concetrations of pollutants (ozone) at different locations in Slovenia. The final goal of the project is implementation of the developed tools for the purpose of development of alarming system.
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