Study of the Decrease of Air Pollution Concentration Levels with the Meteorological Factors in Istanbul
The aim of this study is twofold: First, to gain perspective for the assessment of the spatial distribution of one of the air pollutants, sulfur dioxide, in the region by the use of a statistical modelling scheme, kriging; and second, to show the decrease of sulfur dioxide concentrations over İstanbul by elaborating on the reasons of this decrease in terms of the meteorological factors.
KeywordsSulfur Dioxide Meteorological Factor Heating Season Sulfur Dioxide Concentration Daily Average Wind Speed
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