The regulatory response for ensuring aviation safety during events such as the Eyjafjallajökull eruption depends on dispersion models. The accuracy of the dispersion predictions depend on the intensity of the eruption, on the model representation of the plume dynamics and the physical properties of the ash and gases in the plume. Better characterisation of these processes and properties will require improved understanding of the near-source plume region.
|Keywords:||VIROSS, FAAM, Met Office|
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