Summary of ERMES Meeting

Smit, Robin
August 2010
Air Quality & Climate Change;Aug2010, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p15
Academic Journal
The article discusses the highlights of the European Research Group on Mobile Emission Sources meeting held on June 22-23, 2010 in Brussels, Belgium. The first day involved discussions concerning present and future research being conducted by various European Union research organizations. The second day dwelt on discussions concerning important models such as the computer programme to calculate emissions from road transport (COPERT) and the "Handbuch." The meeting concluded with talks on vehicle emission modelling.


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