Dispersion of Air Pollution & Penetration into the Local Environment

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DAPPLE - Dispersion of Air Pollution and its Penetration into the Local Environment



DAPPLE is the generic name for a number of large urban meteorology and dispersion studies conducted by a consortium of UK universities. The first of these ran from 2002 until 2006 and was funded by the UK EPSRC Engineering for Health, Infrastructure and Environment Programme. The second was funded by the UK Home Office CBRN Research Programme and runs between 2006 and 2010. The field site for these projects was the area around the Marylebone Road and Gloucester Place intersection in Central London.

The final reports are available from the DAPPLE Outputs page as a single pdf.

Content of web-site


Link to PHYSMOD 2013 conference:

PHYSMOD 2013

Go to project pages:

DAPPLE-EPSRC (2002-2006)
DAPPLE-HO (2006-2009)
DYCE (2009-2011)

for project outputs:

Outputs


Structure of DAPPLE pages

The Home page provides access to the individual project entries, currently DAPPLE-EPSRC, DAPPLE-HO and DYCE. On each DAPPLE project page you will find links as well as the menu buttons:

On all subsequent pages this changes slightly - "Who" is replaced by "Background":


Structure of DYCE pages

On each DYCE project page there are menu buttons:

There is a button linked back to the DAPPLE home page on the DYCE home page.


Alan Robins, University of Surrey

Last revised: April, 2013