Air Quality Research Repository – Sort Option

This is a repository of (only) journal articles related to air pollution covering all the key subjects like emission inventories, emission factors, dispersion modeling, source apportionment, health impact studies, energy scenarios, etc. While the list is populated with India specific papers, a number of interesting and useful papers from other countries are also included. Follow the article links to the journal pages for full articles.

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Bhanarkar, A D; Purohit, P; Rafaj, P; Amann, M; Bertok, I; Cofala, J; Rao, P S; Vardhan, B H; Kiesewetter, G; Sander, R; Schöpp, W; Majumdar, D; Srivastava, A; Deshmukh, S; Kawarti, A; Kumar, R

Managing future air quality in megacities: Co-benefit assessment for Delhi Journal Article

Atmospheric Environment, 186 , pp. 158-177, 2018, (cited By 0).

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Tags: Air quality; Air quality standards; Carbon; Economics; Emission control; Fuels; Gas emissions; Greenhouse gases; Population statistics, air quality; assessment method; atmospheric pollution; cost-benefit analysis; emission control; emission inventory; environmental policy; greenhouse gas; megacity; pollution policy; scenario analysis; strategic approach; urban pollution, air; air pollutant; air pollution control; air quality; Article; atmospheric transport; city; climate; combustion; controlled study; electric power plant; environmental policy; futurology; greenhouse gas; human; National Capital Territory of Delhi; particulate matter; priority journal, carbon, City scale; Climate policy scenarios; Co benefits; Emission inventories; Energy and transportation; Fine particulate matter; National ambient air quality standards; Scenario analysis, Delhi; India, Quality control


Dunker, A M; Koo, B; Yarwood, G

Source apportionment of the anthropogenic increment to ozone, formaldehyde, and nitrogen dioxide by the path-integral method in a 3D model Journal Article

Environmental Science and Technology, 49 (11), pp. 6751-6759, 2015, (cited By 6).

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Tags: Air Pollutants; Formaldehyde; Geography; Human Activities; Humans; Models, air quality; emission control; formaldehyde; human activity; nitrogen dioxide; ozone; point source; pollutant source; spatiotemporal analysis; three-dimensional modeling, Air quality; Emission control; Formaldehyde; Nitrogen oxides; Quantum theory; Urban growth, Anthropogenic emissions; Anthropogenic sources; Comprehensive air quality model with extensions; First-order sensitivity; Light duty vehicles; Path integral method; Source apportionment; Source contributions, Article; exhaust gas; human activities; motor vehicle; path integral method; procedures; air pollutant; analysis; geography; human; theoretical model; United States, formaldehyde; nitrogen dioxide; ozone; air pollutant; formaldehyde; nitric acid derivative; nitrite; nitrogen dioxide; ozone; volatile organic compound, Quality control, Theoretical; Nitrates; Nitrites; Nitrogen Dioxide; Ozone; United States; Volatile Organic Compounds, United States