Gaseous pollutants on rural and urban nursery schools in Northern Portugal.

@article{Nunes2016GaseousPO,
  title={Gaseous pollutants on rural and urban nursery schools in Northern Portugal.},
  author={Rafael A. O. Nunes and Pedro T. B. S. Branco and M. C. M. Alvim-Ferraz and Fernando G. Martins and S. I. V. Sousa},
  journal={Environmental pollution},
  year={2016},
  volume={208 Pt A},
  pages={2-15}
}
Indoor air quality in nursery schools is different from other schools and this has been largely ignored, particularly in rural areas. Urban and rural nursery schools have different environmental characteristics whose knowledge needs improvement. Thus, this study aimed to evaluate continuously the concentrations of CO2, CO, NO2, O3, CH2O and total VOC in three rural nursery schools and one urban, being the only one comparing urban and rural nurseries with continuous measurements, thus… CONTINUE READING
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