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Author: Tara Alderson

Date: 5/8/10


Air pollution has been found to be potentially worse during the winter because cool ground temperatures are less likely to rise, causing the air to stay near the ground and preventing pollutants from dispersing. [1]


See Also

  1. Cross-border pollution
  2. Total emissions calculation
  3. Source-based calculation

Footnote

  1. FAQ air pollution, (2009). Lenntech BV - last accessed 7/8/10