Mostly national, regional and local policymakers involved in air quality management and modelling groups (universities, national research institutes).
1 - Provide background information on what is needed to support the design of air quality plans.
2 - Provide information on the available methodologies to produce source apportionment to support efficient air quality planning.
3 - Describe the SHERPA tool with particular attention to its potential usages, strengths, and limitations.
4 - Guide the user through the GUI (user's interface).
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