La surveillance des particules ultrafines en France

Abstract : Measurement of ultrafine particles (UFP) has been developing recently in the air quality monitoring networks in France. These particles are very small in size (<100 nm) and low in mass, but represent significant health effects. This article presents different results of short and long-term measurement campaigns which have been carried out in different environments (urban, traffic and industry) and the comparison of the number concentrations and size distribution at the national level. In addition, we show how UFPs measurements can be used to identify local sources and explain atmospheric phenomena.
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S. Zhang, Alexandre Thomasson, B. Mesbah, Pierre-Yves Guernion, F. Pin, et al.. La surveillance des particules ultrafines en France. 31. Congrès Français sur les Aérosols (CFA 2018), Jan 2018, Paris, France. ⟨ineris-01863325⟩

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