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View Resource Shared and Distributed Memory Parallelization of a Lagrangian Atmospheric Dispersion Model

This paper describes parallelization of a 3-D Lagrangian stochastic atmospheric dispersion model using both distributed- and shared-memory methods. Shared-memory parallelism is implemented through...

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View Resource Lagrangian Operational Dispersion Integrator (LODI) User’s Guide

The Lagrangian Operational Dispersion Integrator, LODI, is an atmospheric dispersion model developed for operational emergency response within the U.S. Department of Energy?s National Atmospheric R...

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View Resource Precipitation Scavenging of Atmospheric Aerosols for Emergency Response Applications: Testing an Updated Model with New Real-time Data

Precipitation scavenging can effectively remove particulates from the atmosphere. Interest in the phenomena waxed in the 1980s, but models developed at that time remain limited by the lack of both...

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View Resource A Lagrangian Stochastic Diffusion Method for Inhomogeneous Turbulence

A Lagrangian stochastic method of solving the diffusion equation for inhomogeneous turbulence is presented in this paper. This numerical method uses (1) a first-order approximation for the spatial...

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View Resource A New Meteorological Data Assimilation Model for Real-Time Emergency Response

We are developing a new meteorological data assimilation model for the Atmospheric Release Advisory Capability (ARAC) project at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, which provides real-time...

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