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Browsing Engineering Posters by Subject "Air pollution"

Browsing Engineering Posters by Subject "Air pollution"

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  • Xiong, Xingguo; Shah, Soumil; Pallis, Jani M. (2018-03-23)
    Air pollution is the world’s leading cause of environmentally related deaths, and results in tremendous environmental, social and economic costs. Particulate matter with diameter of 2.5 microns or less (so called PM2.5) ...
  • Tong, Zixun; Xiong, Xingguo; Patra, Prabir (2015-04-30)
    With the rapid economic growth in developing countries, the air pollution is becoming more and more serious. The air in some big cities becomes foggy due to various pollution sources. Particulate matter with diameter of ...
  • Xu, Zhaopeng; Peng, Diya; Shah, Soumil; Pallis, Jani M.; Xiong, Xingguo (2018-03-23)
    Nowadays air pollution is becoming a serious global threat to human health and environment. Particulate matter with size of 2.5 micron or less are much more harmful for health because they can be easily absorbed into deep ...
  • Peng, Diya; Xu, Zhaopeng; Pallis, Jani M.; Xiong, Xingguo (2018-03-23)
    Air pollution has negative impact on human health and leads to many chronic diseases. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has been closely monitoring the air pollution using its ground stations in various locations ...
  • Peng, Diya; Xu, Zhaopeng; Pallis, Jani M.; Xiong, Xingguo (2018-03-23)
    Air pollution has negative impact on human health and leads to many chronic diseases. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has been closely monitoring the air pollution using its ground stations in various locations ...

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