Characterization of organic aerosols emitted from the combustion of biomass indigenous to South Asia

@inproceedings{Sheesley2003CharacterizationOO,
  title={Characterization of organic aerosols emitted from the combustion of biomass indigenous to South Asia},
  author={Rebecca J. Sheesley and James J. Schauer and Zohir Chowdhury and Glen R. Cass},
  year={2003}
}
[1] Throughout South Asia biomass is commonly used as a fuel source for cooking and heating homes. The smoke from domestic use of these fuels is expected to be a major source of atmospheric particulate matter in the region and needs to be characterized for input in regional source apportionment models and global climate models. Biomass fuel samples including coconut leaves, rice straw, jackfruit branches, dried cowdung patties, and biomass briquettes manufactured from compressed biomass… CONTINUE READING