New model for inorganic pollutants dissipation on the northern part of the romanian black sea coast
Source of Publication
Romanian Journal of Physics
© 2018, Editura Academiei Romane. All rights reserved. Last decades, pollution became one of the significant issues worldwide. Atmospheric pollution has a negative impact on the population health, especially in the urban agglomeration, where the exceedance of the concentration limits of the toxic gases is recorded. Sulphur dioxide is the inorganic pollutants most spread in the atmosphere in industrial areas. One of these areas is situated in Northern part of the Romanian Black Sea Coast. Therefore, we aim at determining a model for SO2 dissipation, based on the data collected at six locations, as a function of the atmospheric variables.
Barbulescu, A.; Barbes, L.; and Nazzal, Y., "New model for inorganic pollutants dissipation on the northern part of the romanian black sea coast" (2018). Scopus Indexed Articles. 1163.