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Using Back-Trajectories to Trace the Origins of Fine Particulate Matter (PM2.5)

– By Jean-Philippe Gilbert, Richard Leduc, and Nathalie Barrette, Geography Department, University of Laval

Air pollution in the province of Québec, Canada is monitored daily to allow for a rapid response to public health issues. However, there are few studies concerning the long-distance trend of pollutants, and those studies that do exist focus on a small area of study. The objective of this paper is to determine the sources of certain pollutants coming in to Québec,

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