Books

  1. Arya, S. Pal (1998). Air Pollution Meteorology and Dispersion (1st Edition). Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-507398-3.
  2. Barrat, Rod (2001). Atmospheric Dispersion Modelling (1st Edition). Earthscan Publications. ISBN 1-85383-642-7.
  3. Beychok, Milton R. (2005). Fundamentals Of Stack Gas Dispersion (4th Edition). Author-published. ISBN 0-9644588-0-2.
  4. Borrego, Carlos and Norman, Ann-Lise (2006). Air Pollution Modeling and is Application XVII (1st Edition). Springer Publishing. ISBN 0-387-28255-6.
  5. Center for Chemical Process Safety (1999). Guidelines for Chemical Process Quantitative Risk Analysis (2nd Edition). American Institute of Chemical Engineers. ISBN 978-0-8169-0720-5.
  6. Center for Chemical Process Safety (1996). Guidelines for Use of Vapor Cloud and Source Dispersion Models, with Worked Examples (2nd Edition). American Institute of Chemical Engineers. ISBN 978-0-8169-0702-1.
  7. Colls, Jeremy (2002). Air Pollution (1st Edition ed.). Spon Press. ISBN 0-415-25565-1.
  8. Cooper, J.R., Randle, K. and Sokh, R.G. (2003). Radioactive Releases in the Environment (1st Edition ). John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 0-471-89924-0.
  9. European Process Safety Centre (1999). Atmospheric Dispersion (1st Edition). Institution of Chemical Engineers. ISBN 0-85295-404-2.
  10. Godish, Thad (2003). Air Quality (4th Edition). CRC Press. ISBN 1-56670-586-X.
  11. Hanna, S.R. and Drivas, D. G. (1996). Guidelines for Use of Vapor Cloud Dispersion Models (2nd Edition). American Institute of Chemical Engineers. ISBN 0-8169-0702-1.
  12. Hanna, S. R. and Strimaitis, D. G. (1989). Workbook of Test Cases for Vapor Cloud Source Dispersion Models (1st Edition). American Institute of Chemical Engineers. ISBN 0-8169-0455-3.
  13. Hanna, S. R. and Britter, R.E. (2002). Wind Flow and Vapor Cloud Dispersion at Industrial and Urban Sites (1st Edition). American Institute of Chemical Engineers. ISBN 0-8169-0863-X.
  14. Khare, M. and Sharma, P. (2001). Modelling urban vehicle emissions (1st Edition). Computational Mechanics. ISBN 1-85312-897-X.
  15. Pasquill, Frank (1974). Atmospheric Diffusion: The Dispersion of Windborne Material from Industrial and Other Sources (2nd Edition). Ellis Horwood Ltd. ISBN 0-85312-015-3.
  16. Perianez, Raul (2005). Modelling the dispersion of radionuclides in the marine environment: an introduction (1st Edition). Springer. ISBN 3-540-24875-7.
  17. Pielke, Roger A. (2001). Mesoscale Modeling (2nd Edition). Elsevier. ISBN 0-12-554766-8.
  18. Schnelle, Karl B. and Dey, Partha R. (1999). Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling Compliance Guide (1st Edition). McGraw-Hill Professional. ISBN 0-07-058059-6.
  19. Turner, D.B. (1994). Workbook of Atmospheric Dispersion Estimates: An Introduction to Dispersion Modeling (2nd Edition). CRC Press. ISBN 1-56670-023-X.
  20. Wark, K., Warner, C.F. and Davis, W.T. (1998). Air Pollution: Its Origin and Control (3rd Edition}. Prentice-Hall. ISBN 0-673-99416-3.
  21. Zannetti, P. (1990). Air pollution modeling: theories, computational methods, and available software. Van Nostrand Reinhold. ISBN 0-442-30805-1.

Regulatory Guidance Publications

  1. Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) {2006). ADEC Modeling Review Procedures Manual.
  2. British Columbia Ministry of the Environment (2008). Guidelines For Air Quality Dispersion Modelling in British Columbia. British Columbia Ministry of Environment, Environmental Protection Division, Environment Quality Branch, Air Protection Section, March 2008 Version.
  3. Bruce Johnson et al (1999). Workbook For Gaussian Modeling Analysis Of Air Concentration Measurements. Department of Pesticide Regulation, Environmental Protection Agency, State of California, EH99-03.
  4. Hanna, S. R., Briggs, G. A., and Hosker, R. P. (1982). Handbook on Atmopheric Diffusion. U.S. Department of Energy, Technical Information Center, DOE/TIC-11223.
  5. New Zealand Ministry for the Environment (2004). Good Practice Guide for Atmospheric Dispersion Modelling. Ministry for the Environment, ME 522, ISBN 0-478-18941-9.
  6. Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (2003). Air Dispersion Modeling Guidance. Ohio EPA, Division of Air Pollution Control, Air Quality Modeling and Planning Section, Engineering Guide #69.
  7. Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (2011). Air Dispersion Modeling Guidelines For Oklahoma Air Quality Permits. Engineering Section, Permitting Unit, Air Quality Division, Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality.
  8. Ontario Ministry of the Environment (MOE) (2009). Air Dispersion Modelling Guideline for Ontario. Version 2.0. Ontario Ministry of the Environment, PIBs # 5165e02.
  9. Queensland Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation (DEEDI)(2011). Best Practice Guidance for The Queensland Poultry Industry – Plume Dispersion Modelling and Meteorological Processing. Prepared by Queensland Environment Pty Ltd (trading as PAEHolmes), Job No. 5324.
  10. TRC Environmental Consultants Inc. (1998). Some Applications of Models to Air Toxics Impact Assessments. Report to U.S. EPA's Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, Contract 68-02-3886.
  11. United Kingdom, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) (1995). Local Air Quality Management (Part IV of the Environment Act 1995). Technical Guidance LAQM.TG(03).
  12. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (1993). Guidance on the Application of Refined Dispersion Models for Hazardous/Toxic Air Releases. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, EPA-454/R-93-002.
  13. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (1988). Screening Procedures For Estimating The Air Quality Impact Of Stationary Sources. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, EPA-450/4-88-010.
  14. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (1988). A Workbook of Screening Techniques for Assessing Impacts of Toxic Air Pollutants. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, EPA-450/4-88-019.

Proceedings

  1. Editors: Forago, I., Georgiev, K. and Havasi, A. (2004). Advances in Air Pollution Modeling for Environmental Security (NATO Workshop). Springer, 2005. ISSN 0957-4352.
  2. Editors: Kretzschmar, J. G. and Cosemans, G. (1996). Harmonization within atmospheric dispersion modelling for regulatory purposes (4th Workshop). International Journal of Environment and Pollution, vol. 8 no. 3–6, Interscience Enterprises, 1997. ISSN 0957-4352.
  3. Editor: Bartzis, J G. (1998). Harmonization within atmospheric dispersion modelling for regulatory purposes (5th Workshop). International Journal of Environment and Pollution, vol. 14 no. 1–6, Interscience Enterprises, 2000. ISSN 0957-4352.
  4. Editor: Coppalle, A. (1999). Harmonization within atmospheric dispersion modelling for regulatory purposes (6th Workshop). International Journal of Environment and Pollution, vol. 16 no. 1–6, Inderscience Enterprises, 2001. ISSN 0957-4352.
  5. Editor: Batchvarova, E. (2002). Harmonization within atmospheric dispersion modelling for regulatory purposes (8th Workshop). International Journal of Environment and Pollution, vol. 20 no. 1–6, Inderscience Enterprises, 2003. ISSN 0957-4352.
  6. Editor: Suppan, P. (2004). Harmonization within atmospheric dispersion modelling for regulatory purposes (8th Workshop). International Journal of Environment and Pollution, vol. 24 no. 1–6 and vol.25 no. 1–6, Inderscience Enterprises, 2005. ISSN 0957-4352.
  7. Editor: Zannetti, P. et al. (1993). International Conference on Air Pollution (1st, Mexico City). Computational Mechanics, 1993. ISBN 1-56252-146-2.
  8. Editor: De Wispelaere, C. (1980). International Technical Meeting on Air Pollution Modeling and Its Application (11th). Plenum Press, 1981. ISBN 0-306-40820-1.
  9. Editor: De Wispelaere, C. (1982). International Technical Meeting on Air Pollution Modeling and Its Application (13th). NATO Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society [by] Plenum Press, 1984. ISBN 0-306-41491-0.
  10. Editors: Gryning, S. and Schiermeir, F.A. (1995). International Technical Meeting on Air Pollution Modeling and Its Application (21st). NATO Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society [by] Plenum Press, 1996. ISBN 0-306-45381-9.
  11. Editors: Gryning, S. and Chaumerliac, N. (1997). International Technical Meeting on Air Pollution Modeling and Its Application (22nd). NATO Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society [by] Plenum Press, 1998. ISBN 0-306-45821-7.
  12. Editors: Gryning, S. and Batchvarova, E. (1998). International Technical Meeting on Air Pollution Modeling and Its Application (23rd). NATO Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society [by] Kluwer Academic/Plenum Press, 2000. ISBN 0-306-46188-9.
  13. Editors: Gryning, S. and Schiermeir, F.A. (2000). International Technical Meeting on Air Pollution Modeling and Its Application (24th). NATO Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society [by] Kluwer Academic, 2001. ISBN 0-306-46534-5.
  14. Editors:Borrego, C. and Schayes, G. (2000). International Technical Meeting on Air Pollution Modeling and Its Application (25th). NATO Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society [by] Kluwer Academic, 2002. ISBN 0-306-47294-5.
  15. Editors:Borrego, C. and Incecik, S. (2003). International Technical Meeting on Air Pollution Modeling and Its Application (26th). NATO Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society [by] Kluwer Academic/Plenum Press, 2004. ISBN 0-306-48464-1.
  16. Editors:Committee on the Atmospheric Dispersion of Hazardous Material Releases, National Research Council (2002). Tracking and Predicting the Atmospheric Dispersion of Hazardous Material Releases (Workshop). National Academies Press, 2003. ISBN 0-309-08926-3.