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Air quality and engine emission at Paris CDG airport during AIRPUR field campaigns
Wit Transactions on Ecology and The Environment
Intensive air quality measurements have been organised at Paris Charles de Gaulle airports to characterise source emissions: NO, NO2, speciated VOC, CO, and for aerosols particles including soot and to investigate the influence of emissions on air quality. Chemical samplers, GC and laser techniques have been used to perform gas monitoring by in-situ or by remote sensing at different locations at the airports. Particulate matters have been measured by ELPI, SMPS, TEOM PM1-PM10. Instruments havedoi:10.2495/air06027 fatcat:kloqdu4dcja5nptlgsttvw5yju