A spatiotemporal land-use regression model of winter fine particulate levels in residential neighbourhoods

@article{Smargiassi2012ASL,
  title={A spatiotemporal land-use regression model of winter fine particulate levels in residential neighbourhoods},
  author={Audrey Smargiassi and Allan Brand and Michel Fournier and Francois Tessier and Sophie Goudreau and Jacques Rousseau and Mario Benjamin},
  journal={Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={22},
  pages={331-338}
}
Residential wood burning can be a significant wintertime source of ambient fine particles in urban and suburban areas. We developed a statistical model to predict minute (min) levels of particles with median diameter of <1 μm (PM1) from mobile monitoring on evenings of winter weekends at different residential locations in Quebec, Canada, considering wood burning emissions. The 6 s PM1 levels were concurrently measured on 10 preselected routes travelled 3 to 24 times during the winters of 2008… CONTINUE READING
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