National satellite-based land-use regression: NO2 in the United States.

  title={National satellite-based land-use regression: NO2 in the United States.},
  author={Eric V Novotny and Matthew J Bechle and Dylan B. Millet and Julian Marshall},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  volume={45 10},
Land-use regression models (LUR) estimate outdoor air pollution at high spatial resolution. Previous LURs have generally focused on individual cities. Here, we present an LUR for year-2006 ground-level NO(2) concentrations throughout the contiguous United States. Our approach employs ground- and satellite-based NO(2) measurements, and geographic characteristics such as population density, land-use (based on satellite data), and distance to major and minor roads. The results provide reliable… CONTINUE READING


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