Atmosphere, Volume 11, Issue 11 (November 2020) – 128 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Urban air pollution continues to represent a primary concern for human health. For spatially dense air pollution monitoring, networks of low-cost stations can be deployed, supplementing the sparsely distributed regulatory networks. The determination of appropriate installation locations for these stations is an important consideration. In this study, a site suitability map was generated for deploying a network of low-cost multi-sensor traffic-oriented stations across a city. A site suitability analysis was developed based on the traffic-related emissions (PM2.5, NOx) and street canyon effects. Air quality hotspot areas were identified for capturing the local spatial variability of the air pollutants within the city. View this paper
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