Spatial variation of volatile organic compounds in a "Hot Spot" for air pollution.

@article{Zhu2008SpatialVO,
  title={Spatial variation of volatile organic compounds in a "Hot Spot" for air pollution.},
  author={Xianlei Zhu and Zhihua Tina Fan and Xiangmei Wu and Qingyu Meng and Sheng-wei Wang and Xiaogang Tang and Pamela Ohman-Strickland and Panos Georgopoulos and Junfeng Zhang and Linda J Bonanno and Joann Held and Paul J. Lioy},
  journal={Atmospheric environment},
  year={2008},
  volume={42 32},
  pages={7329-7338}
}
The spatial variations of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) were characterized in the Village of Waterfront South neighborhood (WFS), a "hot spot" for air toxics in Camden, NJ. This was accomplished by conducting "spatial saturation sampling" for 11 VOCs using 3500 OVM passive samplers at 22 sites in WFS and 16 sites in Copewood/Davis Streets (CDS) neighborhood, an urban reference area located ∼1000 m east of the WFS. Sampling durations were 24 and 48 h. For all 3 sampling campaigns (2 in… CONTINUE READING

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