Spatial and seasonal distribution of aerosol chemical components in New York City: (2) Road dust and other tracers of traffic-generated air pollution

@article{Peltier2011SpatialAS,
  title={Spatial and seasonal distribution of aerosol chemical components in New York City: (2) Road dust and other tracers of traffic-generated air pollution},
  author={Richard E. Peltier and Kevin R Cromar and Yingjun Ma and Zhi-hua Fan and M. D. Steven B. Lippmann},
  journal={Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={21},
  pages={484-494}
}
We describe spatial and temporal patterns of seven chemical elements commonly observed in fine particulate matter (PM) and thought to be linked to roadway emissions that were measured at residential locations in New York City (NYC). These elements, that is, Si, Al, Ti, Fe, Ba, Br, and black carbon (BC), were found to have significant spatial and temporal variability at our 10 residential PM2.5 sampling locations. We also describe pilot study data of near-roadway samples of both PM10−2.5 and PM2… CONTINUE READING
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