A land use regression model for predicting ambient concentrations of nitrogen dioxide in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

Abstract

This paper reports on the development of a land use regression (LUR) model for predicting the intraurban variation of traffic-related air pollution in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, an industrial city at the western end of Lake Ontario. Although land use regression has been increasingly used to characterize exposure gradients within cities, research to date has… (More)

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