CONTROLLING THE FORCING OF THE LINEAR

TRANSPORT EQUATION TO MEET AIR QUALITY

NORMS AT EVERY POINT

TRANSPORT EQUATION TO MEET AIR QUALITY

NORMS AT EVERY POINT

D. Parra-Guevara^{1}, Yu.N. Skiba^{2}, D. Peña-Maciel^{3}

^{1,2,3}Center for Atmospheric Sciences

National Autonomous University of Mexico

Circuito Exterior, Ciudad Universitaria

CDMX, C. P. 04510, MEXICO

National Autonomous University of Mexico

Circuito Exterior, Ciudad Universitaria

CDMX, C. P. 04510, MEXICO

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