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Study of the role of transport in fine and total suspended particulate air quality

Study of the role of transport in fine and total suspended particulate air quality

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Published by National Commission on Air Quality in Washington,DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Transport theory,
  • Particles,
  • Air quality,
  • Air -- Pollution

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared for National Commission on Air quality ; by Halûk Özkaynak ... [et. al.] ; prepared by Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc
    ContributionsÖzkaynak, Halûk, United States. National Commission on Air Quality, Atmospheric and Environmental Research, inc
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14217914M


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[United States. National Commission on Air Quality.; Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc.;]. The respirable particulate matter (RPM; PM 10) and total suspended particulate matter (TSP) concentrations in ambient air in Tuticorin, India, were preliminarily estimated.

Statistical analyses on so-generated database were performed to infer frequency distributions and to identify dominant meteorological factor affecting the pollution by: of air quality management at the local, national and international level.

TfL Transport for London TSP total Study of the role of transport in fine and total suspended particulate air quality book particles ULEV ultra-low-emission vehicle VED Vehicle Excise Duty VOC volatile organic compound WHO World Health Organization. Air Quality and Road Transport. Analysis of summertime atmospheric transport of fine particulate matter in Northeast Asia Article in Asia-Pacific Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 49(3) June with 45 Reads.

studied suspended particulate matter in Uyo, Nigeria, while Ezeh et al. () concluded their study on PM 10 and PM samples obtained in Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria. In all t hese case studies, it Author: Francis Olawale Abulude.

The average fine particle number (size range –) for all transport modes ranged from 54 to particles/10 3 cm 3 during rush hours and from 49 to particles/10 3 cm 3 Cited by: 10 AND TOTAL SUSPENDED PARTICULATES (TSP) MEASUREMENTS IN particulates.

Particles are either emitted directly into the atmosphere or produced in the atmosphere from the physical and chemical transformatio n of other vaporous or gaseous pollutants [2].

Total suspended particulate (TSP) refers to all particles in the atmosphere. TSP was the. Total suspended particulate matter (TSP) emissions at high friction velocities from landforms in the Negev Desert Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres F The amount of PM10 is related to the amount of total suspended particulates (TSP) in the air.

The amount of air particulates in the air was measured using a personal dust monitor. In this study, the focus is on measurement of air particulates namely PM Rule”), seeks to reduce interstate transport of fine particulate matter to help meet the fine particle (PM ) national ambient air quality standards.

2 This proposed rule does not seek to reduce direct (primary) emissions of PM Rather, it seeks to control emissions of NO x and SO 2, the main precursors of secondary fine particle pollution. For reducing health impacts from air pollution, it is important to know the sources contributing to human exposure.

This study systematically reviewed and analysed available source apportionment studies on particulate matter (of diameter of 10 and microns, PM 10 and PM ) performed in cities to estimate typical shares of the sources of pollution by country and by by: The transport and industrial sectors are the major sources of NOx which causes irritation of the pulmonary tract and affect the functioning of lungs.

Higher concentrations can even result in the narrowing of the air passage. Suspended Particulate Matter These are fine particles of soot, dust etc. They are found in ambient air due to the combinedFile Size: 1MB.

primary and secondary national ambient air quality standards for particulate mat-ter measured as total suspended particulate or TSP. Inthe USEPA in accor-dance with the Clean Air Act reviewed and revised the health and welfare criteria upon which this standard was based.

PM10 replaced TSP as Cited by: 2. Climate and Air Quality: A Case Study of PM10 Pollution in Kathmandu, Nepal Article (PDF Available) October with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

EPA tracks trends in six key pollutants called criteria air pollutants. Explore air quality trends interactively - Our Nation's Air: Status and Trends Through (link will open in a new tab or window) Air Quality Trends.

Carbon Monoxide. Nitrogen Dioxide. Particulate Matter (PM10) Particulate Matter (PM) Reports and Summaries. It is recognised that in order to properly understand how suspended particulate matter behaves during different tidal conditions within an estuary, high quality in-situ data is of a prime requirement.

This paper initially presents floc data sets collected in the upper reaches. Indoor Air Pollution 2 deaths from ARI in air pollution Suspended particulate matter increases the risk of acute respiratory infections CO and other toxic gases may.

Majority of the air quality studies are concentrated in megacities leaving behind the small cities which require greater attention in future. While most of the modeling studies were carried out in northern India, very few studies concentrated on central region of the by:   Exposure to particulate matter (PM) in the ambient air and its interactions with APOE alleles may contribute to the acceleration of brain aging and the pathogenesis of Cited by: The contribution of transport to air quality The TERM process is steered jointly by the European Commission (Eurostat, the Directorate‑General for Environment (DG ENV), the Directorate‑General for Mobility and Transport (DG MOVE), and the Directorate‑General for Climate Action (DG CLIMA)) and the European Environment Agency (EEA).

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Regional Air Pollution Study: High Volume Filter Measurements of Suspended Particulate MatterFormat: Paperback. The Clean Air Act is an Act that the government put in place to protect and improve the quality of the air in order to safeguard human health and the environment.

such as carbon monoxide and particulate matter. Suspended particles in the air that can affect breathing and damage lung tissue. Subtypes of atmospheric particles include suspended particulate matter (SPM), thoracic and respirable particles, inhalable coarse particles, which are coarse particles with a diameter between and 10 micrometers (μm) (PM 10), fine particles with a diameter of μm or less (PM ), ultrafine particles.

In agreement with previous systematic reviews,5, 6 the differences in air pollution exposure between mode of transport in this study can be explained mainly by the position of the commuter with respect to the gradient of pollutant concentration8, 18, 20, 25, 28, 38, 41, 49 and the commuter's microenvironment sensitivity to surrounding pollutant Cited by:   Long-term exposure to fine particulate matter and incidence of type 2 diabetes mellitus in a cohort study: effects of total and traffic-specific air pollution Gudrun Weinmayr, Frauke Hennig, Kateryna Fuks, Michael Nonnemacher, Hermann Jakobs, Stefan Möhlenkamp, Raimund Erbel, Karl-Heinz Jöckel, Barbara Hoffmann, # Susanne Moebus Cited by:   Fine particulate matter (PM ) is a common air pollutant that has been associated with multiple adverse health outcomes [].Despite declines in PM concentrations in New York City (NYC), recent estimates suggest ambient levels contribute to large numbers of avoidable premature deaths and diseases [], and studies have shown a significant association between traffic-related air pollution and Cited by: Babcock felt that the ranges presented in his study might bound the problem, thus assessing the contribution of fine primary particulate emissions at somewhere between 4 and 16 percent of the total suspended aerosol mass on a national basis Better definition of real problem areas such as the concentration of particulates in each size range and.

Using a nationwide network of monitoring sites, EPA has developed ambient air quality trends for particle pollution, also called Particulate Matter (PM).

PM 10 describes inhalable particles, with diameters that are generally 10 micrometers and smaller. Under the Clean Air Act, EPA sets and reviews national air quality standards for PM.

Motor vehicle traffic is an important source of particulate pollution in cities of the developing world, where rapid growth, coupled with a lack of effective transport and land use planning, may result in harmful levels of fine particles (PM ) in the r, a lack of air monitoring data hinders health impact assessments and the development of transportation and land use policies that Cited by:   Studies investigating the link between long-term exposure to air pollution and incidence of diabetes are still scarce and results are inconsistent, possibly due to different compositions of the particle mixture.

We investigate the long-term effect of traffic-specific and total particulate matter (PM) and road proximity on cumulative incidence of diabetes mellitus (mainly type 2) in a large. Investigation of premature mortality by seven emission sources of atmospheric pollutants shows that outdoor air pollution, mostly by fine particulate matter, leads to more than three million Cited by: Particulate Matter Air Pollution.

PM is a mixture of particles that can adversely affect human health and includes dust, dirt, soot, smoke, and liquid droplets directly emitted into the air by sources such as factories, power plants, cars, construction activity, fires, and natural windblown by: Study Area.

The study was carried out at Mandi-Gobindgarh, an industrial town and in Morinda, a non-industrial town of Punjab. These towns are located 35 km apart at latitude and longitude °N and °E, and °N and °E, respectively, in the Punjab State in northern India and have similar climatic and meteorological by: Particulate matter (PM) is one of the air pollutants regulated by the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS).

Reducing emissions of inhalable particles improves public. Yet another study found a significant decrease in PAH concentrations. Converting buses to CNG is argued to have been key to air quality improvement, due to buses relatively large share of total transport in Delhi.

Better air quality has had “a substantial effect on respiratory health” according to a study by Foster and Kumar. Particulate matter with 10 μm or less in diameter (PM10) is known to have adverse effects on human health and the environment.

For countries committed to reducing PM10 emissions, it is essential to have models that accurately estimate and predict PM10 concentrations for reporting and monitoring purposes.

In this chapter, a broad overview of recent empirical statistical and machine learning Cited by: 1. Personal exposure to fine particulate air pollution while commuting: An examination of six transport modes on an urban arterial roadway Robert A.

Chaney, Roles Conceptualization, Data curation, Investigation, Methodology, Project administration, Resources, Supervision, Writing – original draft, Writing – review & editingCited by: V.

Smil, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Particulates. Particulates, or aerosols, refer to any matter—solid or liquid—with a diameter less than micrometers (μm).Besides the acronyms PM (particulate matter) and SPM (suspended particulate matter), air pollution literature also uses TSP for total suspended particulates.

Start studying ESS Exam 2. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. lead, sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides, total suspended particulate matter, carbon monoxide and ozone. Identify the statement below that best describes the comparison between indoor and outdoor air quality.

Proximity to traffic and high air interchange increased the exposure to air pollution of commuters using motorised transport. Larger inhalation rates and commuting time increased inhaled dose among active commuters. Benefits of active commuting from physical activity are larger than the risk from an increased inhaled dose of fine by:   This study developed a multi-pollutant emission inventory, and used the community multi-scale air quality (CMAQ) modeling system to evaluate the impact of the emission changes on particulate matter pollution and soil acidification.

During –, the emissions of SO 2, PM 10 and PM decreased by %, % and %, by:   Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) is a major contributor to indoor air pollution. Since decades it is well documented that ETS can be harmful to human health and causes premature death and disease.

In comparison to the huge research on toxicological substances of ETS, less attention was paid on the concentration of indoor ETS-dependent particulate matter (PM).Cited by: