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7 Dec 2015Dispersion modelling for the Industrial Revolution

Dr Stephan Heblich and Dr Yanos Zylberberg, economics researchers at the University of Bristol, are investigating the impact of industrial pollution during the Industrial Revolution on the social structures of English cities.

To inform the research, CERC has run ADMS 5, using statistical meteorological data, to allow Dr Heblich and Dr Zylberberg to generate pollution footprints for over 50 English towns and cities at the peak of the Industrial Revolution. The results of the research are expected to be published next year.


17 Nov 2015Annual ADMS User Group Meetings attract record attendance

A record number of users of CERC's ADMS 5, ADMS-Roads, ADMS-Urban and ADMS-Airport air pollution dispersion models gathered last week in Manchester for the annual ADMS User Group Meetings. Delegates enjoyed a packed programme of presentations from CERC and guest speakers from ARUP, TRL, SEPA, Fichtner Consulting Engineers, Lithuanian EPA, AECOM and Wiser Environment. All the presentations are now available to download in PDF format from the CERC website User Area. Access to the User Area is password-protected and is available to model users holding either a valid annual licence or a permanent licence with a valid support contract; click here to register for the User Area.

27 Oct 2015Agendas now available for the 2015 ADMS User Group Meetings

CERC are pleased to announce that the agendas are now available for the 2015 ADMS User Group Meetings, which are being held at the Manchester Conference Centre on Wednesday 11th November (ADMS 5) and Thursday 12th November (ADMS-Urban & ADMS-Roads). For more information click here; to register click here.

16 Oct 2015Come and see us at IAQM's 'Routes to Clean Air' conference, Bristol, 22-23 October

Next week the Institute of Air Quality Management (IAQM) will host the 2-day 'Routes to Clean Air' air quality conference at the Grand Hotel in Bristol. This event gives academics, professionals and policy makers the opportunity to share their experiences of improving traffic emissions. CERC will have an exhibition stand; come and see us for a demonstration of the host of new features in the upcoming release of ADMS-Urban 4 and ADMS-Roads 4.


7 Oct 2015Three Rivers joins the airTEXT air quality forecasting service

We are delighted to welcome Three Rivers District Council to the airTEXT air quality and health forecasting service. Three Rivers residents can now sign up for free air quality alerts by SMS text message, email, voicemail, and Twitter. The forecasts are also available on free phone apps for Android and iPhone.

CERC and the District Council have worked together to extend the airTEXT service to the council area. airTEXT provides three-day forecasts of NO2, PM10, PM2.5 and ozone at street-scale resolution using CERC's ADMS-Urban modelling system. For more information on airTEXT, ADMS-Urban or forecasting services please contact CERC.

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