Examining the Influence of Crop Residue Burning on Local PM2.5 Concentrations in Heilongjiang Province Using Ground Observation and Remote Sensing Data

@article{Chen2017ExaminingTI,
  title={Examining the Influence of Crop Residue Burning on Local PM2.5 Concentrations in Heilongjiang Province Using Ground Observation and Remote Sensing Data},
  author={Zi-Yue Chen and Danlu Chen and Yan Zhuang and Jun Cai and Na Zhao and Bin He and Bingbo Gao and Bing Xu},
  journal={Remote Sensing},
  year={2017},
  volume={9},
  pages={971}
}
Although a many studies concerning crop residue burning have been conducted, the influence of crop residue burning on local PM2.5 concentrations remains unclear. The number of crop residue burning spots was the highest in Heilongjiang province and we extracted crop residue burning spots for this region using MOD14A1 (Thermal Anomalies & Fire Daily L3 Global 1 km) data and national land cover data. By analyzing the temporal variation of crop residue burning and PM2.5 concentrations in… CONTINUE READING
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