Leelőssy Ádám
Leelőssy Ádám
Assistant professor, Eötvös Loránd University
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TitleCited byYear
Dispersion modeling of air pollutants in the atmosphere: a review
Á Leelőssy, F Molnár, F Izsák, Á Havasi, I Lagzi, R Mészáros
Open Geosciences 6 (3), 257-278, 2014
912014
Short and long term dispersion patterns of radionuclides in the atmosphere around the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant
Á Leelőssy, R Mészáros, I Lagzi
Journal of environmental radioactivity 102 (12), 1117-1121, 2011
492011
Atmospheric chemistry
I Lagzi, R Meszaros, G Gelybo, A Leelossy
hgpu. org, 2014
482014
A review of numerical models to predict the atmospheric dispersion of radionuclides
Á Leelőssy, I Lagzi, A Kovács, R Mészáros
Journal of environmental radioactivity 182, 20-33, 2018
212018
Predictability of the dispersion of Fukushima-derived radionuclides and their homogenization in the atmosphere
R Mészáros, Á Leelőssy, T Kovács, I Lagzi
Scientific reports 6, 19915, 2016
192016
Numerical simulations of atmospheric dispersion of iodine-131 by different models
Á Leelőssy, R Mészáros, A Kovács, I Lagzi, T Kovács
PloS one 12 (2), 2017
132017
Comparison of two Lagrangian dispersion models: a case study for the chemical accident in Rouen, January 21-22, 2013
Á Leelőssy, EL Ludányi, M Kohlmann, I Lagzi, R Mészáros
Időjá rá s 117, 435-50, 2013
82013
Estimation of the dispersion of an accidental release of radionuclides and toxic materials based on weather type classification
R Mészáros, Á Leelőssy, C Vincze, M Szűcs, T Kovács, I Lagzi
Theoretical and applied climatology 107 (3-4), 375-387, 2012
82012
Spatial and temporal pattern of pollutants dispersed in the atmosphere from the Budapest Chemical Works industrial site
Á Leelőssy, I Lagzi, R Mészáros
Quarterly Journal of the Hungarian Meteorological Service 121 (2), 101-115, 2017
42017
Sensitivity study of OpenFOAM model for local scale atmospheric dispersion simulations
Á Leelossy, I Lagzi, R Mészáros
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 14, 11925, 2012
42012
Air pollution modeling in urban environment using WRF-Chem model
A Kovács, R Mészáros, Á Leelőssy, I Lagzi
17th International Conference on Harmonisation within Atmospheric Dispersion …, 2016
32016
Eulerian and Lagrangian Approaches for Modelling of Air Quality
Á Leelőssy, T Mona, R Mészáros, I Lagzi, Á Havasi
Mathematical Problems in Meteorological Modelling, 73-85, 2016
32016
Artificial neural networks can be used for Ambrosia pollen emission parameterization in COSMO-ART
C Burki, B Šikoparija, M Thibaudon, G Oliver, D Magyar, O Udvardy, ...
Atmospheric Environment 218, 116969, 2019
12019
Online coupled modeling of weather and air quality of Budapest using the WRF-Chem model
A Kovács, Á Leelőssy, R Mészáros, I Lagzi
Quarterly Journal of the Hungarian Meteorological Service 123 (2), 203-215, 2019
12019
Synoptic meteorology
H Breuer, Z Dezső, Á Leelőssy
Budapest, 2016
12016
The application of a neural network-based ragweed pollen forecast by the Ragweed Pollen Alarm System in the Pannonian biogeographical region
Z Csépe, Á Leelőssy, G Mányoki, D Kajtor-Apatini, O Udvardy, B Péter, ...
Aerobiologia, 1-10, 2019
2019
A classification method for air quality prediction in Budapest, Hungary
A Judit Balogh, Á Leelőssy, E Kristóf, R Mészáros, I Lagzi
EGUGA, 13841, 2019
2019
Spatial downscaling of modeled air pollutant concentrations in urban environments using open access road map database.
A Kovács, Á Leelőssy, I Lagzi, R Mészáros
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
A classification method for air quality prediction in Budapest, Hungary.
AJ Balogh, Á Leelőssy, E Kristóf, R Mészáros, I Lagzi
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
Tactic Droplets at the Liquid–Air Interface
G Holló, Á Leelőssy, R Tóth, I Lagzi
Self-organized Motion, 167-181, 2018
2018
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