Can the confidence in long range atmospheric transport models be increased? The Pan-European experience of ENSEMBLE

S. Galmarini, R. Bianconi, W. Klug, T. Mikkelsen, R. Addis, S. Andronopoulos, P. Astrup, A. Baklanov, J. Bartniki, J.C. Bartzis, R. Bellasio, F. Bompay, R. Buckley, M. Bouzom, H. Champion, R. D'Amours, E. Davakis, H. Eleveld, G.T. Geertsema, H. GlaabM. Kollax, M. Ilvonen, A. Manning, U. Pechinger, C. Persson, E. Polreich, S. Potemski, M. Prodanova, J. Saltbones, H. Slaper, M.A. Sofiew, D. Syrakov, J.H. Sørensen, L. Van der Auwera, I. Valkama, R. Zelazny

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    Abstract

    Is atmospheric dispersion forecasting an important asset of the early-phase nuclear emergency response management? Is there a 'perfect atmospheric dispersion model'? Is there a way to make the results of dispersion models more reliable and trustworthy? While seeking to answer these questions the multi-model ensemble dispersion forecast system ENSEMBLE will be presented.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalRadiation Protection Dosimetry
    Volume109
    Issue number1-2
    Pages (from-to)19-24
    ISSN0144-8420
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2004

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