Air pollution and meteorology

The science of meteorology has a great bearing on air pollution. An air pollution problem involves three parts: the source, the movement of pollutants, and the recipient. All metrological phenomena are a result of the interaction of elemental properties of the atmosphere, heat, pressure, wind, and moisture. This chapter discusses the meteorological conditions which directly influence the transport and dispersion of the pollutants.

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