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Traditional air quality monitoring networks are the foundation for air quality management, policy and regulations, population exposure assessments and health effects research. With increasing awareness of spatial variability in air pollution concentrations within cities and the importance of pollution gradients from traffic and neighborhood sources, such as residential wood combustion, there is an increasing need to also evaluate air pollution variability at local or neighborhood scales. Whiledoi:10.14288/1.0132725 fatcat:6wyt35hslvh3zlu7thoyzh5qiu