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Characteristics of PM2.5 in Gyeongsan Using Statistical Analysis
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Characteristics of PM2.5 in Gyeongsan Using Statistical Analysis
Li, Kai Chao; Hwang, InJo;
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 Abstract
The ambient samples were collected by sampler from September 2010 to December 2012 at Daegu University, Gyeongsan. A total of 260 samples were collected and 27 species were analyzed by inductively coupled plasma, ion chromatography, and thermal optical reflectance methods. Factor analysis identified four sources such as biomass burning source/secondary aerosol source, soil source, industry source, and incinerator source/mobile source. Also, backward trajectories were calculated using HYSPLIT 4 (Hybrid single-particle lagrangian integrated trajectory) model and PSCF (Potential source contribution function) model was applied to identify the possible source locations of carbonaceous species and water soluble ions species. PSCF results showed that the possible source locations of most chemical constituents measured in Gyeongsan were the industrial areas in the eastern coast of China, northeast regions of China, the Gobi Desert, and east sea of Korea.
 Keywords
;Factor analysis;HYSPLIT;PSCF;
 Language
Korean
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