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Dense measurement network revealed high level of PM2.5 in Punjab due to crop residue burning and its transport to Haryana and Delhi NCR

2 October, 2023

Research Institute for Humanity and Nature
Nagoya University
Nagasaki University
Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
Meteorological Research Institute
Kobe University
Tohoku University
Nara Women's University
Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo

A group of international collaborators led by the Research Institute for Humanity and Nature team performed the first quantitative study of air pollution in the north-western India region using 29 low-cost and reliable instruments, demonstrating the advantages of source region observations to link crop residue burning (CRB) and air pollution at local to regional scales. in new window
(Research Institute for Humanity and Nature)

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