Highlights I. Modelling Environmental Systems II. Power Generation and the Environment III. European Air Pollution Study

Highlights I. Modelling Environmental Systems II. Power Generation and the Environment III.... I. Describes models developed by institutions associated with theUK Natural Environment Research Council for the analysis ofenvironmental events with respect to hydrology problems, forest andvegetation composition, and waste disposal and containment. Cites someresults obtained by the use of such computerbased models and delineatessome future lines of study. II. Presents highlights of part of aninternational review undertaken on behalf of the UK Combined Heat andPower Association by Gill Owen regarding carbon dioxide emissions invarious countries Germany, The Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Finlandand the UK and remedial measures adopted there. While in the othercountries some effective measures have been taken to reduce theseemissions, and thus possible climate changes, the UK situation is notsatisfactory. Suggests some remedies. III. Describes a model TRACEdeveloped by IIASA in cooperation with other scientific centres inEurope, for the study of transboundary air transport of heavy metalsacross Europe. Presents results on the basis of the model, indicatingpotential health hazards in Central and Eastern Europe. The problem isshown to be international, requiring cooperation between states for itsalleviation. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Environmental Management and Health Emerald Publishing

Highlights I. Modelling Environmental Systems II. Power Generation and the Environment III. European Air Pollution Study

Environmental Management and Health, Volume 3 (2): 3 – Feb 1, 1992

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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0956-6163
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10.1108/EUM0000000002792
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I. Describes models developed by institutions associated with theUK Natural Environment Research Council for the analysis ofenvironmental events with respect to hydrology problems, forest andvegetation composition, and waste disposal and containment. Cites someresults obtained by the use of such computerbased models and delineatessome future lines of study. II. Presents highlights of part of aninternational review undertaken on behalf of the UK Combined Heat andPower Association by Gill Owen regarding carbon dioxide emissions invarious countries Germany, The Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Finlandand the UK and remedial measures adopted there. While in the othercountries some effective measures have been taken to reduce theseemissions, and thus possible climate changes, the UK situation is notsatisfactory. Suggests some remedies. III. Describes a model TRACEdeveloped by IIASA in cooperation with other scientific centres inEurope, for the study of transboundary air transport of heavy metalsacross Europe. Presents results on the basis of the model, indicatingpotential health hazards in Central and Eastern Europe. The problem isshown to be international, requiring cooperation between states for itsalleviation.

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Environmental Management and HealthEmerald Publishing

Published: Feb 1, 1992

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