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The air quality network in the Netherlands is based on a regular grid with an interstation distance of 30 to 40 km. In or close to source areas, a higher station density is realized. ... Atmospheric transport models form an intrinsic part of the air quality monitoring system. The models are constructed in such a way that only routinely available meteorological input data are needed. ... Monitoring Network In the Netherlands, the national air quality monitoring network has been operational since 1976. ...doi:10.2307/3430529 fatcat:c543pa2d4nfiznjmsm7r2pp4je
The air quality network in the Netherlands is based on a regular grid with an interstation distance of 30 to 40 km. In or close to source areas, a higher station density is realized. ... Atmospheric transport models form an intrinsic part of the air quality monitoring system. The models are constructed in such a way that only routinely available meteorological input data are needed. ... Monitoring Network In the Netherlands, the national air quality monitoring network has been operational since 1976. ...doi:10.1289/ehp.897953 pmid:2707211 pmcid:PMC1567598 fatcat:tvltat2kmvbdlfspscj6667kyu
Urban Research News
DUTCH AUTOMATED SMOG CONTROL ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS: A fully auto- mated smog and air pollution monitoring network is operating in the heavily industrialized region border- ing the port of Rotterdam. ... to deal with the air pollution problem—but given that the air pollution over a given country at a given time may have originated in another country, the ultimate solution may be a Europe-wide monitoring ...
This article is a comprehensive review of the recent development in air pollution monitoring, including both the pollution data acquisition and the pollution assessment methods. ... In the past, some reviews have been done about air pollution exposure models using monitoring data obtained from fixed stations, but no review about mobile sensing for air pollution has been undertaken ... Acknowledgments: This research was supported by the Internet of Things (IoT) team of imec-Netherlands under the project EI2. ...doi:10.3390/ijgi6120389 fatcat:zc4emz6665gizeqt6relyomka4
Sage Urban Studies Abstracts
Project of an air quality monitoring network for industrial site in Italy. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment (The Netherlands) 65(1/2): 109-117, Nov. 2000. AIR QUALITY. ... En- vironmental Monitoring and Assessment (The Netherlands) 65(1/2):191-199, Nov. 2000. AIR POLLUTION. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ANALYSIS. WASTE DISPOSAL. WASTE INCINERATORS. WIND TUNNELS. ...
We have set up, for the Netherlands Government, such a monitoring network covering the whole of Holland. Such a network is not merely a large number of monitors dotted all over the country. ... What the Netherlands Government was looking for, and what it found in Philips, ...
Applying this method to a low-cost air quality sensor network in the city of Eindhoven, the Netherlands, we found 0.1-0.5% of outliers. ... Low-cost urban air quality sensor networks are increasingly used to study the spatio-temporal variability in air pollutant concentrations. ... Otjes from the Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) for their support and contributions. Funding This work was funded by the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO). ...doi:10.1007/s11270-018-3756-7 pmid:29563652 pmcid:PMC5843703 fatcat:d4mraisvjfhj5ixkog5vajnsgq
(s) The Netherlands • air ... The raster datasets on 5 × 5 m grid cover the entire Netherlands and were calculated using the land use regression models originating from the European Study of Cohorts for Air Pollution Effects (ESCAPE ... Rob was key in developing the ESCAPE models and linking the two Utrecht University departments to apply the models on a large scale. ...doi:10.1038/sdata.2019.35 fatcat:xe62yiwhrvcudlglfdcefuum4m
Until recently, the adequacy of monitoring population exposure in relation to quantitative assessment of health effects of air pollution was rarely considered in ambient air monitoring strategies. ... The WHO Collaborating Centre for Air Quality Management and Air Pollution Control support efforts in line with international programmes on quality assurance and control for Europe. ... Acknowledgments We gratefully acknowledge financial support of the German Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Bonn/Berlin, Germany. ...pmid:11103530 fatcat:nqykm6htgbbetmpe2yzehudfmm
Sage Urban Studies Abstracts
However, the costs of siting in a pollutant-specific monitoring network would be higher than that for acommon net- work with respect to several pollutants monitored simultaneously. ... An air quality monitoring network (AQMN) usually performs the basic function of assessment of regional air quality and demonstration of compliance with ambient air quality standards in an urban area. ...
AP (Air pollution) is one of the most pivotal issues that is affecting the living souls. The wireless sensor networks have found a great application in the area of air quality monitoring. ... In this paper, define an artificial intelligence field-based energy-efficient and novel protocol method for the network called Energy-Efficient and Robust Routing Method for air pollution monitoring in ... It was the first resolution for the air quality sensor networks in Netherland, which was executed in 2013 and operated gradually. It was a collaboration of air boxes of size 43X33X20 cm. ...doi:10.35940/ijrte.e6234.018520 fatcat:oxj2zrjw6vacndf5wi6jdgck2y
An ongoing cohort study, the Netherlands Cohort Study on Diet and Cancer (NLCS), was used to study the association between long-term exposure to traffic-related air pollution and mortality. ... The regional component was estimated using inverse distance weighed interpolation of measurement data from regional background sites in a national monitoring network. ... Fig. 1 . 1 NO 2 monitoring sites in the national air quality monitoring network(1996). intensity (mvh/24h) in 1986 Traffic intensity (mvh/24h) in 1996 Fig. 3. ...doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2006.10.020 fatcat:qaat3gohjjbpfbp7e7h2oiy7me
average exposure to traffic-related particulate air pollution in communities throughout the Netherlands; in Munich, Germany; and in Stockholm County, Sweden. ... As part of a multicenter study relating traffic-related air pollution with incidence of asthma in three birth cohort studies (TRAPCA), we used a measurement and modelling procedure to estimate long-term ... A further difficulty in the assessment of exposure to traffic-related air pollution is the inability of existing monitoring networks to assess the variability of air pollution concentrations within urban ...doi:10.1097/01.ede.0000041910.49046.9b pmid:12606891 fatcat:qdgda3ydozbovdy62vdqzdh2fi
No clear association was found with other pollutants. ' 2006 Wiley-Liss, Inc. ... Publication of the International Union Against Cancer 197 cases and 556 matched controls. ... Mortality data for the Netherlands were obtained from ''Statistics Netherlands.'' ...doi:10.1002/ijc.21801 pmid:16463382 fatcat:yx74tvwq7vf4fj2axljhfd2opi
Sage Urban Studies Abstracts
Atmospheric change and biodiversity: co-networks and networking. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment (The Netherlands) 61(1):93-100, March 2000. CANADIAN BIODIVERSITY STRATEGY. CLIMATE CHANGE. ... Environmental Monitoring and Assessment (The Netherlands) 61(1):1-8, March 2000. ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT. CANADA. CLIMATE CHANGE. COSTA RICA. ...
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