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Title: PM2.5 sources at Mayfield, Newcastle
Authors: Stelcer, E
Cohen, DD
Atanacio, AJ
Keywords: Pollution
Pattern recognition
Elements
Elementary particles
Atmospheres
Data
Issue Date: 10-Jul-2014
Publisher: Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
Citation: Stelcer, E., Cohen, D. D., & Atanacio, A. (2014). PM2.5 sources at Mayfield, Newcastle. Paper presented at the 10th Australia and New Zealand Aerosol Workshop, Wellington, New Zealand, 10-11 July 2014.
Abstract: IBA is a powerful non-destructive multi-elemental analytical tool which can provide information on elemental concentrations for most of the elements that can be found in atmospheric particles. The combination of long-term IBA data sets with PMF can be used to determine source fingerprints and their contribution to total pollution on a local scale. This source information can be more meaningful to local councils and regulatory bodies than elemental concentration alone.
Gov't Doc #: 8000
URI: https://www.niwa.co.nz/sites/niwa.co.nz/files/Ed%20Stelcer,%20PM2.5%20Sources%20at%20Mayfield,%20Newcastle.pdf
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