Rains-Asia

Rains-Asia

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Asia's rapid economic growth has fueled a growing appetite for commercial energy, which is satisfied by fossil fuels that emit pollutants. These pollutants are oxidized and transported into the atmosphere, creating acidic depositions known as acid rain that can damage foliage, soils, and surface waters. At current energy consumption growth rates, by the year 2000 sulfur dioxide emissions from Asia will surpass the emissions of North America and Europe combined. RAINS-ASIA is an assessment tool developed by the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, and donors to study the implications of alternative energy development strategies for air pollution and acid rain and to help identify cost-effective abatement methods. This report provides an overview of the model and some results of analyses that have been conducted as part of the RAINS-ASIA program.An Assessment Model for Acid Deposition in Asia Robert J. Downing, Ramesh Ramankutty, Jitendra J. Shah. it was essential to ... A companion usera#39;s manual has been produced, and on-line help is available for guidance and troubleshooting.


Title:Rains-Asia
Author: Robert J. Downing, Ramesh Ramankutty, Jitendra J. Shah
Publisher:World Bank Publications - 1997-01-01
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