Spatial variation of air pollutants in a multilevel office building
He, Congrong & Morawska, Lidia (2013) Spatial variation of air pollutants in a multilevel office building. In European Aerosol Conference (EAC 2013), 1-6 September 2013, Clarion Congress Hotel , Prague.
Within-building spatial variability of indoor air quality may influence substantially the reliability of human exposure assessments based on single point samples, but have hitherto been little studied. To investigate and understand the within-building spatial variation of air pollutants, field measurements were conducted in a 7 level office building in Brisbane, Australia. The building consists of 3 sections (A side, Meddler and B side).
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