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China’s air pollution problems not limited to cities

China's air pollution problems not limited to cities

Air pollution in China is not just a problem of the cities, as poor air quality is an issue in the entirety of eastern China, reaching altitudes of several kilometres from the surface.

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Senior Researcher Niku Kivekäs, tel. +358 50 572 8435, niku.kivekas@fmi.fi

Shen, X. J., Sun, J. Y., Zhang, X. Y., Kivekäs, N., Zhang, Y. M., Wang, T. T., Zhang, X. C., Yang, Y., Wang, D. Z., Zhao, Y. and Qin, D. H.: Particle climatology in central east China retrieved from measurements in planetary boundary layer and in free troposphere at a 1500-m-high mountaintop site, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, in press.
http://aaqr.org/ArticlesInPress/AAQR-15-02-SIMtS-0070_proof.pdf


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