Inter-comparison of source apportionment models for the estimation of wood burning aerosols during wintertime in an Alpine city ( Grenoble , France )

@inproceedings{Favez2010IntercomparisonOS,
  title={Inter-comparison of source apportionment models for the estimation of wood burning aerosols during wintertime in an Alpine city ( Grenoble , France )},
  author={O. Favez and Imad El Haddad and Christine Piot and Antoinette Bor{\'e}ave and Emna Abidi and Nicolas Marchand and J.-L. Jaffrezo and J. L. Besombes and M.-B. Personnaz and Jean Sciare and Henri Wortham and Christian George and Barbara D’Anna},
  year={2010}
}
The emission of organic aerosols (OA) in the ambient air by residential wood burning is nowadays a subject of great scientific concern and a growing number of studies aim at apportioning the influence of such emissions on urban air quality. In the present study, results obtained using two commonly-used source apportionment models, i.e., Chemical Mass Balance (CMB, performed with off-line filter measurements) and Positive Matrix Factorization (PMF, applied to Aerosol Mass Spectrometer… CONTINUE READING
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