Use of real-time sensors to characterise human exposures to combustion related pollutants.

@article{DelgadoSaborit2012UseOR,
  title={Use of real-time sensors to characterise human exposures to combustion related pollutants.},
  author={Juana Maria Delgado-Saborit},
  journal={Journal of environmental monitoring : JEM},
  year={2012},
  volume={14 7},
  pages={
          1824-37
        }
}
Concentrations of black carbon and nitrogen dioxide have been collected concurrently using a MicrAeth AE-51 and an Aeroqual GSS NO(2) sensor. Forty five sampling events with a duration spanning between 16 and 22 hours have collected 10,800 5 min data in Birmingham (UK) from July to October 2011. The high temporal resolution database allowed identification of peak exposures and which activities contributed the most to these peaks, such as cooking and commuting. Personal exposure concentrations… CONTINUE READING
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