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Title: Upper Hunter Valley particle characterization study: 1st progress report – site commissioning and methodology
Authors: Hibberd, MF
Keywood, MD
Cohen, DD
Keywords: Particulates
Atmospheric chemistry
Air pollution
Issue Date: 30-Mar-2012
Publisher: CSIRO Publishing
Citation: Hibberd, M. F., Keywood, M. D.,& Cohen, D. D. (2013). Upper Hunter Valley particle characterization study: 1st progress report- Site commissioning & methodology, 30 March 2012. CSIRO Marine & Atmospheric Research. Retrieved from:
Abstract: The objective of the Upper Hunter Valley Particle Characterization Study is to determine the major components and sources of particulate matter (as PM2.5 – particles with a diameter of less than 2.5 micrometres) in the two main population centres in the Upper Hunter Valley, namely Singleton and Muswellbrook. This 1st Progress Report outlines the design of the project, the methodology, and the commissioning phase.© 2012 CSIRO
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