Air Consulting Magazines & Journals

  • Environmental Quarterly - 2009 Fall

    Trinity's Environmental Quarterly (EQ) magazine covers environmental regulatory developments as well as topics related to corporate environmental performance. In this issue:Navigating NSPS Subpart Db for Boilers: A Case Study Trinity Receives Accreditation to Perform California AB 32 GHG Verification Trinity Launches Redesigned Web Site NESHAP SSM ...

  • Carbon Finance Information Service

    Carbon Finance is the monthly newsletter and e-mail update service from the publishers of Environmental Finance magazine, providing in-depth coverage of the global markets in greenhouse gas emissions. Available in print format, complemented by regular email updates and fully searchable online archives, it will keep you completely up to date with ...

  • Aerobiologia

    Aerobiologia is an international medium for the publication of original, full-length research papers and review articles in the interdisciplinary fields of aerobiology and interaction of human, plant and animal systems on the biosphere. Subjects covered include: bioaerosols, transport mechanisms, biometeorology, climatology, air/sea interaction, ...

  • Atmospheric Environment

    The subject matter of papers published in Atmospheric Environment covers all aspects of the interaction of people and ecosystems with their atmospheric environment. This includes scientific, administrative, economic and political aspects of these interactions. The main aim of Atmospheric Environment is to provide a scientific understanding of the ...

  • Climate Change Business Journal

    Climate Change Business Journal, a subscription based newsletter, is the centerpiece of a business intelligence service that provides detailed market research on nine segments of the Climate Change Industry. In each edition, subscribers receive a strategic overview of a specific industry segment, plus company profiles, survey results, and a ...

  • Iterative algorithms for the damped minimum norm, least-squares and constrained problem in seismic tomography

    The ray tomography problem can be reduced to a minimum norm, least-squares constrained problem. As is well known, the generalized inverse matrix methods, such as singular value decomposition (SVD) and damped least squares residual inversion (DLSQR, WLSQR), which work well for dense matrix problems, become expensive for a large, sparse problem in ...

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