In recent times, a significant number of studies on the composition and sources of fine particulate matters and volatile organic compounds have been carried out over Delhi, either initiated by or in association with the researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (IIT Kanpur), in collaboration with researchers from within and outside India. All these studies utilized highly time-resolved, campaign-mode observations made with state-of-the-art instrumentation during the late winter months (mid-January to March) of 2018. Individually, each of these studies were rigorous in nature, containing explicit detailing about different types of ambient air pollutants in Delhi such as organic aerosols, inorganic elements, metals, carbonaceous aerosols, and volatile organic compounds. This study consolidates the extremely useful knowledge on source attribution of these air pollutants in the Delhi National Capital Region currently contained in these fragmented studies, which is vital to further enhancing our understanding of composition, characteristics, and sources of air pollutants over Delhi, as well as to designing appropriate mitigation measures tailored to local specifics.
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Talukdar, S., Tripathi, S. N., Lalchandani, V., Rupakheti, M., Bhowmik, H. S., Shukla, A. K., Murari, V., Sahu, R., Jain, V., Tripathi, N., Dave, J., Rastogi, N., & Sahu, L. (2021). Air Pollution in New Delhi during Late Winter: An Overview of a Group of Campaign Studies Focusing on Composition and Sources. Atmosphere, 12(11): 1432. doi:10.3390/atmos12111432.
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- Beteiligte Projekte
- Eine nachhaltige Atmosphäre für das Kathmandu-Tal (SusKat)