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AIST-ADMER (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology – Atmospheric Dispersion Model for Exposure and Risk Assessment)

Overview

A computer model with a set of systems which provides estimation of atmospheric concentrations of chemical substances and human exposure assessment. The purpose of AIST-ADMER is to estimate chemical concentrations in relatively broader areas such as Kanto or Kansai as averages over a long period of time. This model can provide exposure assessment as monthly average in 5 x 5 km mesh and six different time zones.

AIST-ADMER (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology – Atmospheric Dispersion Model for Exposure and Risk Assessment)