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Impact of residential emissions on particle concentration greatest in East and South Asia and Eastern Europe

Impact of residential emissions on particle concentration greatest in East and South Asia and Eastern Europe

Use of solid fuels in heating and cooking in private households is a globally significant source of particles.

Use of solid fuels in heating and cooking in private households is a globally significant source of particles.

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Edward Butt, e.butt@leeds.ac.uk

FT Ville Vakkari, ville.vakkari@fmi.fi, tel. +358 50 407 6133

Butt, E. W., Rap, A., Schmidt, A., Scott, C. E., Pringle, K. J., Reddington, C. L., Richards, N. A. D., Woodhouse, M. T., Ramirez-Villegas, J., Yang, H., Vakkari, V., Stone, E. A., Rupakheti, M., S. Praveen, P., G. van Zyl, P., P. Beukes, J., Josipovic, M., Mitchell, E. J. S., Sallu, S. M., Forster, P. M. and Spracklen, D. V.: The impact of residential combustion emissions on atmospheric aerosol, human health, and climate, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 16(2), 873–905, doi:10.5194/acp-16-873-2016, 2016.

http://www.atmos-chem-phys.net/16/873/2016/


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