C-LINE v2.0 Beta is now available to the CMAS community. This new version features an updated user interface, the ability to add new features, and faster run times. For more information about C-LINE, visit the C-Tools web page.
In collaboration with the U.S. EPA and Ramboll-Environ Corp., the CMAS Center is pleased to announce the release of the Advanced Plume Treatment (APT) version of CMAQ version 5.0.2. CMAQ APT includes an option for a plume-in-grid subgrid scale treatment of plumes for large emissions point sources. Additional details of APT and how to run this version of the model are available through the CMAQv5.0.2 Operational Guidance.
CMAQ 5.1 will be released in November. The release package is currently undergoing additional testing. An announcement about the availability of the final source codes, scripts, and test data will be made through this web site and the CMAS listservs.
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