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The second in a series of Atmospheric Environment Service field studies in the Athabasca Oil Sands area was carried out during 3-13 February 1977. The objectives of the study were the same as those of the March 1976 study, namely to obtain information on the meteorology of the area and/or the...
A climatological air quality dispersion was developed which provides more powerful analyses capabilities than are avaiIable in traditional COM-type models. The model incorporates a time series approach to satisfy identified user needs. The three components of the model are: the time series file...
One oil extraction plant (GCOS) has been in operation for several years, the go-ahead has just been given for a second plant (Syncrude), a third (Shell) has an application pending, and the current energy crises may well accelerate the rate at which additional plants go into production during the...
A collection of working papers that helped inform the final report and recommendations, including: • Recommended Models for Calculating Diffusion From Point Sources With Applications to the Athabasca Bituminous Sands Area Western Research & Development Ltd • Meteorological Aspects of the...
This report is a climatological analysis of recent data from the Athabasca Oil Sands area. Data sources included the MAPS network of automatic meteorological data acquisition, forestry lookout stations, minisondes, snow pack surveys, and the Atmospheric Environment Service observing station at...
The UNderstanding Severe Thunderstorms and Alberta Boundary Layer Experiment (UNSTABLE) in July 2008 was a field project to investigate the initiation of thunderstorms in southern Alberta. Special field observations included an enhanced surface network augmented with instrumented vehicles. ...
This report presents a summary of the meteorological data collected by the meteorological tower network in the Gregoire Lake region of northeast Alberta during the spring and summer of 1979. The network was established to help monitor the impact on the environment by the Amoco Canada Co. Ltd....
Promet Environmental Group Ltd. was retained to perform an analysis of the meteorological data available from the Tar Sands area. The probabilities of occurrence of various meteorological parameters will be used as a basis for estimating the frequencies of occurrence and costs associated with...
Methods to improve air quality emission and meteorological model input data records and validation techniques used to verify calculated annual, monthly, and daily calculations at ground level for the CRSTER model are described. Due to the limited nature of verification data and unique polar...
Imagery from both meteorological and environmental satellite sensor systems was analyzed to determine its applicability in monitoring weather conditions at the Alberta oil sands. Two sensor systems were the objects of investigation, the multispectral scanner (MSS) aboard the environmental LANDSAT...