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Air pollution generated by freight transport vehicles in Brussels: a dynamic approach to measure the real impact. / Mommens, Koen Maurits; Brusselaers, Nicolas; Van Lier, Tom; Macharis, Cathy.

2019. 7-7 Abstract from Resistance is in the Air / Etats Généraux de l’Air de Bruxelles (25-27 April 2019), Brussels, Belgium.

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Harvard

Mommens, KM, Brusselaers, N, Van Lier, T & Macharis, C 2019, 'Air pollution generated by freight transport vehicles in Brussels: a dynamic approach to measure the real impact', Resistance is in the Air / Etats Généraux de l’Air de Bruxelles (25-27 April 2019), Brussels, Belgium, 25/04/19 - 27/04/19 pp. 7-7.

APA

Mommens, K. M., Brusselaers, N., Van Lier, T., & Macharis, C. (2019). Air pollution generated by freight transport vehicles in Brussels: a dynamic approach to measure the real impact. 7-7. Abstract from Resistance is in the Air / Etats Généraux de l’Air de Bruxelles (25-27 April 2019), Brussels, Belgium.

Vancouver

Mommens KM, Brusselaers N, Van Lier T, Macharis C. Air pollution generated by freight transport vehicles in Brussels: a dynamic approach to measure the real impact. 2019. Abstract from Resistance is in the Air / Etats Généraux de l’Air de Bruxelles (25-27 April 2019), Brussels, Belgium.

Author

Mommens, Koen Maurits ; Brusselaers, Nicolas ; Van Lier, Tom ; Macharis, Cathy. / Air pollution generated by freight transport vehicles in Brussels: a dynamic approach to measure the real impact. Abstract from Resistance is in the Air / Etats Généraux de l’Air de Bruxelles (25-27 April 2019), Brussels, Belgium.1 p.

BibTeX

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abstract = "Air pollution is considered the largest threat to human health, a large share of these transport-related emissions being attributable to freight transport. The associated external costs of air pollution are directly linked to the number of vicinal receptors. Studies so far have only considered the static link between the presence of the emission source and the number of its vicinal receptors, often based on the home location, as such making abstraction of individual travel patterns. This research combines both dynamic receptor densities and freight transport emission sources.",
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N2 - Air pollution is considered the largest threat to human health, a large share of these transport-related emissions being attributable to freight transport. The associated external costs of air pollution are directly linked to the number of vicinal receptors. Studies so far have only considered the static link between the presence of the emission source and the number of its vicinal receptors, often based on the home location, as such making abstraction of individual travel patterns. This research combines both dynamic receptor densities and freight transport emission sources.

AB - Air pollution is considered the largest threat to human health, a large share of these transport-related emissions being attributable to freight transport. The associated external costs of air pollution are directly linked to the number of vicinal receptors. Studies so far have only considered the static link between the presence of the emission source and the number of its vicinal receptors, often based on the home location, as such making abstraction of individual travel patterns. This research combines both dynamic receptor densities and freight transport emission sources.

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