Pushing the spatio-temporal resolution limit of urban air pollution maps

@article{Hasenfratz2014PushingTS,
  title={Pushing the spatio-temporal resolution limit of urban air pollution maps},
  author={David Hasenfratz and Olga Saukh and Christoph Walser and Christoph Hueglin and Martin Fierz and Lothar Thiele},
  journal={2014 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications (PerCom)},
  year={2014},
  pages={69-77}
}
Up-to-date information on urban air pollution is of great importance for health protection agencies to assess air quality and provide advice to the general public in a timely manner. In particular, ultrafine particles (UFPs) are widely spread in urban environments and may have a severe impact on human health. However, the lack of knowledge about the spatio-temporal distribution of UFPs hampers profound evaluation of these effects. In this paper, we analyze one of the largest spatially resolved… CONTINUE READING
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