Investigating the influence of urban land use and landscape pattern on PM2.5 spatial variation using mobile monitoring and WUDAPT
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摘要Particulate matter that <2.5 µm in aerodynamic diameter (PM2.5) has been recognized as one of the principal pollutants that degrades air quality and increases health burdens. In this study, we employ the MLR and GWR modelling method to obtain estimation models for PM2.5 with a set of land use/landscape metrics as predictor variables. The study focused on investigating the influence of urban land use and landscape pattern on PM2.5 spatial variation, specifically, on identification of influential landscape classes/types that regulate PM2.5 concentration levels. The spatial PM2.5 concentration in the compact urban scenario of Hong Kong was sampled by conducting a series of mobile monitoring campaigns. The Local Climate Zone (LCZ) Scheme and World Urban Database and Portal Tools (WUDAPT) level 0 database were adopted as the basis of the calculation of land use/landscape metrics. These metrics were then adopted as the predictors to explain the spatial variations in PM2.5. 62% of the variance in PM2.5 can be explained by the resultant GWR model using only five land use/landscape classes, and without using any traffic-related variables or data from emission inventory. The findings can inform the urban planning strategies for mitigating air pollution and also indicate the usefulness of LCZ and WUDAPT in estimating the spatial variation of urban air quality.
出版社接受日期21.04.2019
著者Shi Y, Ren C, Lau KKL, Ng E
期刊名稱Landscape and Urban Planning
出版年份2019
月份4
日期21
卷號189
出版社Elsevier
頁次15 - 26
國際標準期刊號0169-2046
語言英式英語
關鍵詞Air pollution, Land use, Landscape pattern, Mobile monitoring, WUDAPT

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