International networks on atmospheric pollution: Top-level page in hiearchy on collaborative, international research networks.
Model evaluation: Top-level page in hiearchy on toolboxes etc. for model evaluation
Experimental data sets: Top-level page in hiearchy on experimental data sets
Note that for internal communication within the COST group, a private discussion group was established in January 2008: http://groups.google.com/group/cost732?hl=en
The current page provides information about COST 732 (which you may also find elsewhere), but in particular it allows an open pooling of experiences between COST participants and non-participants, also after the action finishes in spring 2009.
COST 732 material
COST 732 Action - Quality Assurance and Improvement of Micro-Scale Meteorological Models.
- Official material from COST 732 is available on the web site of the action, https://www.mi.zmaw.de/index.php?id=484
- As a spin-off of COST 732 activity, a list of Pitfalls related to quality assurance of dispersion models has been compiled and published on this Wiki - see Pitfalls related to quality assurance of dispersion models. Feel free to elaborate on the list or add more pitfalls to it.
- Within the COST 732 action, a comprehensive modelling exercise has taken place. More than a dozen different research groups have modelled the MUST (Mock Urban Setting Test) experiment. See the section below on the MUST exercise.
- A web page has been established which gives access to a number of papers from the COST 732 special session in Cambridge, July 2007. Link: http://www.harmo.org/conferences/Cambridge/cost732.asp
The MUST exercise
Within the COST 732 action, a comprehensive modelling exercise has taken place. More than a dozen different research groups have modelled the MUST (Mock Urban Setting Test) experiment. Three Excel workbooks are available, where various information from modelling of the MUST experiment is collected, including modelling results and graphs. There is an introduction to these workbooks at the web site http://www.dmu.dk/en/air/models/background/must/. The workbooks exist in two versions: One which is publicly available, while the other version is available only for COST 732 participants. The latter contains more model results.