Multi-pollutant mobile platform measurements of air pollutants adjacent to a major roadway.

@article{Riley2014MultipollutantMP,
  title={Multi-pollutant mobile platform measurements of air pollutants adjacent to a major roadway.},
  author={Erin A. Riley and Lyndsey Banks and Jonathan Fintzi and Timothy R Gould and Kris Hartin and Lanae Schaal and Mark E. Davey and Lianne A Sheppard and Timothy V. Larson and Michael George Yost and Christopher David Simpson},
  journal={Atmospheric environment},
  year={2014},
  volume={98},
  pages={492-499}
}
A mobile monitoring platform developed at the University of Washington Center for Clean Air Research (CCAR) measured 10 pollutant metrics (10 s measurements at an average speed of 22 km/hr) in two neighborhoods bordering a major interstate in Albuquerque, NM, USA from April 18-24 2012. 5 days of data sharing a common downwind orientation with respect to the roadway were analyzed. The aggregate results show a three-fold increase in black carbon (BC) concentrations within 10 meters of the edge of… CONTINUE READING
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