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Time-series analysis to study the impact of an intersection on dispersion along a street canyon-journal

Citation:

Richmond-Bryant, J., A. D. Eisner, I. Hahn, C. R. Fortune, Z. E. Drake-Richman, L. A. Brixey, M. Talih, W. D. Ellenson, AND R. W. Wiener. Time-series analysis to study the impact of an intersection on dispersion along a street canyon-journal. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING. Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, Uk, 11:2153-2162, (2009).

Description:

journal article

Purpose/Objective:

This paper presents data from the Brooklyn Traffic Real-Time Ambient Pollutant Penetration and Environmental Dispersion ( B-TRAPPED) Study describing transport of ultrafine particulate matter (PM) along street canyons divided by intersections. Real-time ultrafine PM samplers were positioned on either side of the intersection at multiple locations along a street in Brooklyn, NY, and collected time-series number concentration data.

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Record Details:

Record Type: DOCUMENT (JOURNAL/PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL)
Projected Completion Date: 11/07/2009
Record Last Revised: 02/20/2014
Record Created: 11/07/2008
Record Released: 11/07/2008
OMB Category: Other
Record ID: 200444

Organization:

U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

NATIONAL HOMELAND SECURITY RESEARCH CENTER

DECON AND CONSEQUENCE MANAGEMENT DIVISION