Version 4.0, October 2008:
TAPM is a model designed by CSIRO, that includes a meteorological data processor (prognostic module), and a pollutant dispersion module, used to estimate the spread and impact of air pollution, including ozone, at the local or regional scale. The model is a versatile tool that can be applied to any location in the world because it can predict all of the required local meteorology, using global terrain and land-use data as well as global synoptic analyses. Suitable for complex terrain and variable wind fields.
For more information: CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research - TAPM