Variabilité spatiale des particules fines selon différents itinéraires et modes de transport touristiques à Paris

Abstract : To assess tourists exposure to fine particles and to study their variability at a local scale, the measures of PM10 and PM2.5 concentration were performed, using a hand-held monitoring, in different means of tourist transport and different tourists routes. The analysis of levels shows a high spatial variability of particles, depending on the proximity to various emission sources (traffic, work in buildings, natural sources). Breezes bring suspended particles present on the soil and thus lead to an increase of their concentration at tourist respiratory tract level.
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Sarah Duché, Gérard Beltrando, Malika Madelin. Variabilité spatiale des particules fines selon différents itinéraires et modes de transport touristiques à Paris. XXIVème colloque de l’Association Internationale de Climatologie, Sep 2011, Rovereto, Italie. ⟨hal-01523619⟩

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