Statistical assessment of spatio-temporal impact of Covid-19 lockdown on air pollution using different modelling approaches in India, 2019-2020

@article{Thakur2022StatisticalAO,
  title={Statistical assessment of spatio-temporal impact of Covid-19 lockdown on air pollution using different modelling approaches in India, 2019-2020},
  author={Debjoy Thakur and Dr. Ishapathik Das},
  journal={Regional Statistics},
  year={2022}
}
One of the main contributors to air pollution is particulate matter (PMxy), which causes several Covid-19 related diseases such as respiratory problems and cardiovascular disorders. Therefore, the spatial and temporal trend analysis of particulate matter and the mass concentration of all aerosol particles <= 2.5 mu m in diameter (PM2.5) have become critical to control the risk factors of co-morbidity of a patient. Lockdown plays a significant role in reducing Covid-19 cases as well as airโ€ฆย 

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