Interannual variation of air quality across an international airshed in Detroit (USA) and Windsor (Canada): A comparison of two sampling campaigns in both cities
Lindsay Miller, Xiaohong Xu, Lawrence D Lemke, Amanda J Wheeler
Atmospheric Environment | PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD | Published : 2019
Funding for this project was provided by the Wayne State University Research Enhancement Program (REP) for Clinical Translational Science in Urban Health, the University of Windsor, Health Canada, and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada. Funding for Dr. Amanda Wheeler's research fellowship was provided by The Centre for Air quality and health Research and evaluation (CAR, Australia). The authors sincerely thank Wayne State and University of Windsor students for data collection; the Detroit Fire Department and participating organizations in Windsor for active sampler site access; Detroit Public Lighting and James Brown at EnWin Utilities in Windsor for permission to place passive samplers on light poles; Ryan Kulka and Keith Van Ryswyk from Health Canada, Jeffery Brook and Sandy Benetti from Environment Canada, Crystal Gilbert and Ray Scott from the Detroit Department of Environmental Affairs, and David Lowrie from Wayne State University for essential technical and logistical support. The authors thank colleagues in the Geospatial Determinants of Health Outcomes Consortium (GeoDHOC) for intellectual and technical support. We gratefully acknowledge the NOAA Air Resources Laboratory for the provision of the HYSPLIT transport model used in this publication.