CMAQ is an active open-source development project of the U.S. EPA that consists of a suite of programs for conducting air quality model simulations.
CMAQ is supported and distributed by the CMAS Center. CMAQ combines current knowledge in atmospheric science and air quality modeling with multi-processor computing techniques in an open-source framework to deliver fast, technically sound estimates of ozone, particulates, toxics, and acid deposition.
The U.S. EPA Office of Research and Development and the Community Modeling and Analysis System Center are pleased to announce the release of CMAQ version 5.4.
CMAS, in collaboration with EPA scientists, has organized periodic CMAQ review panel meetings, of 3-day duration each. The review process usually starts by inviting a number of key scientists to participate in the process. The scientists are selected based on their expertise in accordance with the focus of the review session. After reviewing numerous reports and articles and completing their meeting in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, the review panel prepares a comprehensive report on their findings and recommendations. EPA then responds to the comments of the reviewers. Final review reports are available on the EPA CMAQ website.
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|Memory||>1 Gb RAM|
|Disk Space||> 80 Gb|
|Software||VERDI, I/O API, netCDF,MPI, IDV, Portland Group Fortran, Intel Fortran|