A modeling framework for characterizing near-road air pollutant concentration at community scales.

@article{Chang2015AMF,
  title={A modeling framework for characterizing near-road air pollutant concentration at community scales.},
  author={Shih Ying Chang and William Vizuete and Alejandro Valencia and Brian Naess and Vlad Isakov and Ted W. De Palma and Michael S. Breen and Saravanan Arunachalam},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2015},
  volume={538},
  pages={
          905-21
        }
}
In this study, we combine information from transportation network, traffic emissions, and dispersion model to develop a framework to inform exposure estimates for traffic-related air pollutants (TRAPs) with a high spatial resolution. A Research LINE source dispersion model (R-LINE) is used to model multiple TRAPs from roadways at Census-block level for two U.S. regions. We used a novel Space/Time Ordinary Kriging (STOK) approach that uses data from monitoring networks to provide urban… CONTINUE READING
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