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iSGTW Image of the Week - Forecasting air quality with CHIMERE

Image of the Week - Forecasting air quality with CHIMERE

Surface concentrations of particulates 10 micrometers or less, simulated with CHIMERE-aerosols.
Image courtesy of CHIMERE.

Using CHIMERE scientists make daily forecasts of ozone, aerosols and other pollutants and produces long-term simulations for emission control scenarios. It can run forecasts at a regional scale (several thousand kilometers) or at an urban scale (100-200 kilometers) and can run simulations for days, seasons or years.

The CHIMERE model is copyrighted by the Piere-Simon Laplace Institute. To learn more visit the CHIMERE Web site.

CHIMERE uses the framework of the PREVAIR operational system at the Ineris research institute in France.

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