Almira, Daulbayeva; Dinara, Zhetpisbay; Filipova, Margarita
January 2014
Journal Scientific & Applied Research;2014, Vol. 5, p195
Academic Journal
The level of air pollution by nitrogen dioxide in Almaty city has been monitored over the past five years (2009 - 2013). The distribution characteristics of impurities' concentrations in the air basin of urbanized area are reviewed with regard to space and time. It's been revealed that the level of city's air pollution varies depending on the season.


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