Ambient PM2.5-bound polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in rural Beijing: Unabated with enhanced temporary emission control during the 2014 APEC summit and largely aggravated after the start of wintertime heating.

@article{Yu2018AmbientPP,
  title={Ambient PM2.5-bound polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in rural Beijing: Unabated with enhanced temporary emission control during the 2014 APEC summit and largely aggravated after the start of wintertime heating.},
  author={Qingqing Yu and Weiqiang Yang and Ming Zhu and Bo Gao and Sheng Li and Guanghui Li and Hua Fang and Huaishan Zhou and Huina Zhang and Zhenfeng Wu and Wei Song and Jihua Tan and Yanli Zhang and Xinhui Bi and Laiguo Chen and Xinming Wang},
  journal={Environmental pollution},
  year={2018},
  volume={238},
  pages={
          532-542
        }
}
For human health benefits it is crucial to see if carcinogenic air pollutants like polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are reduced accordingly along with the control of the criteria pollutants including fine particles (PM2.5). A number of studies documented that enhanced temporary emission control during the 2014 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit (APEC) in Beijing resulted in substantial drops of observed ambient PM2.5, as well as PAHs, in urban areas of Beijing, yet it is not clear… CONTINUE READING

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