Application of Positive Matrix Factorization in the Identification of the Sources of PM2.5 in Taipei City

@inproceedings{Ho2018ApplicationOP,
  title={Application of Positive Matrix Factorization in the Identification of the Sources of PM2.5 in Taipei City},
  author={Wen-Yuan Ho and Kuo-Hsin Tseng and Ming-Lone Liou and Chang-Chuan Chan and Chia-hung Wang},
  booktitle={International journal of environmental research and public health},
  year={2018}
}
  • Wen-Yuan Ho, Kuo-Hsin Tseng, +2 authors Chia-hung Wang
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    International journal of…
    2018
  • Medicine
  • Fine particulate matter (PM2.5) has a small particle size, which allows it to directly enter the respiratory mucosa and reach the alveoli and even the blood. Many countries are already aware of the adverse effects of PM2.5, and determination of the sources of PM2.5 is a critical step in reducing its concentration to protect public health. This study monitored PM2.5 in the summer (during the southwest monsoon season) of 2017. Three online monitoring systems were used to continuously collect… CONTINUE READING

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