Interaction between climate change, air pollution and related impacts
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Interaction between climate change, air pollution and related impacts

This report contains the discussions and recommendations from a workshop held in Copenhagen 28-29 August 2008, where climate scientists and air pollution scientist from the Nordic countries were gathered to discuss the interaction between climate change, air pollution and related impacts.

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On the usage of an off-line chemistry transport model driven by a regional climate model to study air pollution and its impacts in the Nordic countries You do not have access to this content

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Nordic Council of Ministers

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Climate change has the potential to change the concentration of most air pollutants through the coupling between meteorological variables on the one hand and atmospheric chemistry and physics on the other hand. In the present paper we report from our efforts to study the impact of climate change on air quality. Changes in tracer emissions or background concentrations are not discussed here.