IIBR research and development concerning environmental sciences ranges from numerical modeling to laboratory and field experiments in the areas of meteorology and atmospheric contaminants. IIBR has developed capabilities that enable detection and identification of hazardous materials, weather and dispersion prediction, physical protection and evaluation of potential risks.
Integrative risk assessment requires thorough understanding of the multi-scale process that govern the emission and the dispersion of the hazardous material as well as the relevant physiological aspects of the toxicity. To deal with this complexity, IIBR researches have developed specialized models for each step.
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