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Air quality in Norwegian cities in 2015. Evaluation Report for NBV Main Results.

Tarrasón, Leonor; Santos, Gabriela Sousa; Vo, Dam Thanh; Vogt, Matthias; Lopez-Aparicio, Susana; Denby, Bruce Rolstad; Tønnesen, Dag; Sundvor, Ingrid; Røen, Håvard Vika; Høiskar, Britt Ann Kåstad

Publication details

Series: NILU rapport 21/2017

Publisher: NILU

Year: 2018

ISBN: 978-82-425-2892-6

Arkiv: http://hdl.handle.net/11250/2572677

This report documents the final deliveries of the first phase of development of the Norwegian Air Quality Planning Tool,
also called “Nasjonalt Beregningsverktøy” or NBV. The main purpose of NBV is to provide a common methodological and
information platform for local air quality modelling applications. The system is addressed to local and regional
environmental authorities, air quality experts and consulting companies. It is intended to help them meet the requirements
of current air quality legislation, to support local air quality planning and facilitate air quality good practices where people live.
The report constitutes a comprehensive user guide for the NBV services available at http://www.luftkvalitet-nbv.no. It
presents each of the different products developed at NBV, documents how the product has been calculated, provides
recommendations on how best to use it for planning purposes and explains the main strengths and limitations of each
product. The report also includes an extensive validation of the air quality information currently available at NBV.