TEMPLATES FOR ARTICLES TO HARMO-10

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LAYOUT FOR AN ABSTRACT TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE
12TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HARMONISATION WITHIN
ATMOSPHERIC DISPERSION MODELLING FOR REGULATORY PURPOSES
Helge R. Olesen1 and Sonja Vidič 2
National Environmental Research Institute (NERI), Roskilde, Denmark
2
Meteorological and Hydrological Service of Croatia (MHSC), Zagreb, Croatia
1
ABSTRACT
This is an example of short abstract (max 350 words) submitted to the 12th International
Conference on Harmonisation within Atmospheric Dispersion Modelling for Regulatory
Purposes, Cavtat, Croatia, 6-9 October 2008. The conference language will be English. The
text for the extended abstracts should be written in font 12 pt Times New Roman, justified
and with single spacing between lines. However, when typing complicated mathematical text
it is important to increase the space between text lines in order to prevent sub- and superscripts fonts overlapping.
Paragraphs are separated with a blank line.
The paper size is A4 with margins at 2.5 cm from the top and bottom and 2.5 cm margins
from the left and right.
Authors are kindly asked to submit their abstracts by 10 March 2008, preferably
electronically as simple text via harmo12meteo.hr/harmo12/abstracts. If your abstract
includes special symbols, equations or graphics, then please use this example to create an MS
Word document, and send it by email to [email protected]
The abstract text must not be longer than 350 words.
SESSION PREFERENCES
Please indicate whether you would prefer to give an oral presentation or poster
presentation.
Please indicate your preference for the session where your presentation may fit best:
1st/2nd/3rd choice
Session
No preference
Model evaluation and quality assurance – model validation, model
intercomparisons, model uncertainties and model sensitivities
Environmental impact assesment: Air pollution management, decision support
systems, emergency planning
Regulatory models: country review
Use of modelling in support of EU air quality directives
Short distance dispersion modelling
Meso-scale meteorology and air quality modelling
Urban scale and street canyon modelling: meteorology and air quality
Concentration fluctuations and odour
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