PM2.5 in Urban and Rural Nursery Schools in Upper Silesia, Poland: Trace Elements Analysis

@inproceedings{Mainka2015PM25IU,
  title={PM2.5 in Urban and Rural Nursery Schools in Upper Silesia, Poland: Trace Elements Analysis},
  author={Anna Mainka and Elwira Zajusz-Zubek and K. Kaczmarek and Gary Adamkiewicz and Mar{\'i}a Patricia Fabian},
  booktitle={International journal of environmental research and public health},
  year={2015}
}
Indoor air quality (IAQ) in nursery schools is an emerging public health challenge. Particular attention should be paid to younger children, because they are more vulnerable to air pollution than older children. Among air pollutants, fine particulate matter (PM2.5) is of the greatest interest mainly due to its strong association with acute and chronic effects on children's health. In this paper, we present concentrations of PM2.5 and the composition of its trace elements at naturally ventilated… CONTINUE READING
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