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1 National Institute of Environmental Research Atmospheric Physics Division National Institute of Environmental Research Fax: , Park, Il-Soo The 6th Workshop on the Transport of Air Pollutants in Asia (Model Intercomparison Study-MICS-Asia) February 9-10, 2004 Vienna, Austria Modeling of Long-range Transboundary Air Pollutants In Northeast Asia during the Spring of 2002

2 National Institute of Environmental Research Emission rates for SO 2 (left) and NO x (right) Emission data of LTP project Emission data of LTP project

3 National Institute of Environmental Research Emission rates for SO 2 (left) and NO x (right) Emission data of CGRER (Center for Global and Regional Environmental Research) Emission data of CGRER (Center for Global and Regional Environmental Research)

4 National Institute of Environmental Research Total ammonia emission in 2001 (1°×1°) Total ammonia emission in 2001 (1°×1°) Distribution of grid emission in 2001 Distribution of grid emission in 2001 (Unit : Ton)

5 National Institute of Environmental Research Total VOC emission in 2001(1°×1°) Total VOC emission in 2001(1°×1°) Distribution of grid emission in 2001

6 National Institute of Environmental Research Comparison with measurement stations for 5-15 March National Institute National Institute of Environmental Research

7 National Institute of Environmental Research The variations of SO 2. NO 2, O 3 concentration for 5 ~ 15 March National Institute National Institute of Environmental Research

8 National Institute of Environmental Research Ratio of ion composition in PM 2.5 Mass( ) Ratio of ion composition in PM 10 Mass( )

9 National Institute of Environmental Research CADM CADM (Comprehensive Acid (Comprehensive Acid Deposition Model) Deposition Model)

10 National Institute of Environmental Research Surface weather map for 00UTC 7, 8, 9 and 11 March 2002

11 National Institute of Environmental Research Weather map of 850hPa level for 00UTC 7, 8, 9 and 11 March 2002

12 National Institute of Environmental Research Simulated sea-level pressure and wind fields for 9 March 2002.

13 National Institute of Environmental Research Simulated geopotential height and wind fields of 850hPa level for 9 March 2002.

14 National Institute of Environmental Research The variations of The variations of SO 2 concentration SO 2 concentration on 9 March on 9 March 2002.

15 National Institute of Environmental Research Concentrations in the x-z cross section(y= 34) on 9 March 2002.

16 National Institute of Environmental Research Concentrations in the y-z cross section(x= 20) on 9 March 2002.

17 National Institute of Environmental Research A: Seoul B: Tateno C: Tangshan A: Seoul B: Tateno C: Tangshan A: Seoul B: Tateno C: Tangshan A: Seoul B: Tateno C: Tangshan Vertical distribution of SO 2 concentration on 9 March 2002.

18 National Institute of Environmental Research SO 2 dry deposition on 9 March 2002.

19 National Institute of Environmental Research SO 2 wet deposition on 9 March 2002.

20 National Institute of Environmental Research The variations of in/out flux on 9 March The variations of in/out flux on 9 March o 130 o 32 o 38 o Dry deposition (ug/m 2 ) Suspended concentration ug/m 3 ppb SO E-05 NO x E-06 O3O E-05

21 National Institute of Environmental Research Comparison with monitoring data for 9-10 March Model results are represented by dots, while measurements are presented as whiskers National Institute National Institute of Environmental Research

22 National Institute of Environmental Research Comparison with monitoring data and LTP model results of SO 2 concentration for 9~10 March National Institute National Institute of Environmental Research

23 National Institute of Environmental Research Comparison with monitoring data and LTP model results of NO x concentration for 9~10 March 2002.

24 National Institute of Environmental Research Comparison with monitoring data and LTP model results of O 3 concentration for 9~10 March National Institute National Institute of Environmental Research

25 National Institute of Environmental Research Aircraft Observation Variations of SO 2, NOx, O 3 measured in 7, 8 March 2002 aircraft flight.

26 National Institute of Environmental Research Distribution of SO 2, NO x and O 3 with height for 7, 8, 9 and 11 March National Institute National Institute of Environmental Research

27 National Institute of Environmental Research Comparison with aircraft observation and model results of LTP and MICS for 7, 8, 9 and 11 March Comparison with aircraft observation and model results of LTP and MICS for 7, 8, 9 and 11 March SO 2 Concentration

28 National Institute of Environmental Research NO x Concentration

29 National Institute of Environmental Research O 3 Concentration

30 National Institute of Environmental Research Correlation between aircraft observed and predicted data of LTP and MICS for 7, 8, 9 and 11 March Correlation between aircraft observed and predicted data of LTP and MICS for 7, 8, 9 and 11 March National Institute National Institute of Environmental Research

31 National Institute of Environmental Research  ‫ Emissions  Duration of modeling  ‫ Source-Receptor Work Plan  PM 10 & CO in 1°×1°  In China, Emission will depend on funding, but Ammonia and VOC emission data will be reported to the Secretariat by the next meeting  March 1 to 31, 2002  July 1 to 31, 2002  Sources 1) N.E. China 2) C.E. China 3) S. China 4) S. Korea 5) Japan  Receptors 1) The same as sources

32 National Institute of Environmental Research  Spatial distribution of concentration (SO 2, SO 4 2-, NO 2, O 3 )  Half-month average surface concentrations(first grid level above the surface) for 00, 06, 12, 18UTC and 24hours  Surface concentrations and wet deposition(SO 2, SO 4 2-, NO 2, O 3 ) at 6 stations (Dalian, Xiamen, Gosan, Kangwha, Oki, Rishiri)  Vertical profiles at inland stations(Tateno in Japan, Seoul in Korea, Tangshan in China) to see vertical diffusion(SO 2, NO 2, O 3 ) at 00, 06, 12, 18UTC for 10 th, 20 th & 30 th days of each month  Model intercomparisons  Daily average

33 National Institute of Environmental Research  Dry and wet deposition spatial distribution  Source - receptor relationship  Components: SO 2, SO 4 2-, NO x,,NO 3 -, for dry deposition  Monthly deposition amount ※ Reference for Identical Condition for Model Intercomparison  Components : sulfur  Analyzing  Contribution ratio and deposition by source

34 National Institute of Environmental Research  R ij : Contribution rate to jth receptor by ith source  H ij : Concentration or deposition of jth receptor by only ith source Where,


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