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     1== ==
     2= Training on dispersion modelling with FLEXPART 10: 1-3 July 2019 =
     4A 3-day training includes theory on and exercises with the Lagrangian particle dispersion model FLEXPART 10.
     5The basic parameterizations, as well as specific ones for version 10 will be covered. Several exercises will
     6illustrate the range of application of the model: volcanic eruptions, radionuclides, green-house gases, dust,
     7etc. Depending on the interest of participants, the operational usage can also be covered.
     9This training is for both beginners as well as experienced uses that want to learn more about the physics of
     10FLEXPART, the range of applications and/or the FLEXPART 10 specifications. However, a few basic prerequisites
     11apply: Good English language skills, familiarity with basic Linux commands, some scientific background, and at
     12least basic knowledge on atmospheric physics.
     14The training will be held at ZAMG (Vienna, Austria). The maximum number of participants is limited to 16.
     15Following the training remotely (with a Skype link), will be possible for an unlimited number of people.
     16Doing the exercises, and asking questions by Skype will be possible for a limited number of people (probably 5).
     17The plan is to record all the sessions, and make them available on Costs for the training and
     18lunch are covered by ZAMG, travel and accommodation costs have to be paid by the participants.
     21Please write before June 10 an email with your motivation, the relevance for your work/studies and your level
     22of experience with FLEXPART to:
     23== ==
    124= Welcome to the official FLEXPART web site =
    325FLEXPART (“FLEXible PARTicle dispersion model”) is a Lagrangian transport and dispersion model suitable for the simulation of a large range of atmospheric transport processes. Applications range from the dispersion of radionuclides or air pollutants, over the establishment of flow climatologies, to the analysis of Earth’s water cycle. FLEXPART also produces output suitable for inverse determination of emission sources, e.g., of greenhouse gases or volcanic ash.