Evaluation of seasonal study of ambient particulate and gaseous pollution in Jabalpur city during 2012–2019
Kalpana Sagar, RK Srivastava, Gautam Pavan Kumar
In recent years, India has experienced severe air pollution problems. Air pollution and its control is a global issue demanding international cooperation. It caused by particulate pollutants as well as many gaseous pollutants. Ground level observations show that the concentrations of particulate matter and gaseous pollutants have become extremely high in India and world over recent decades. The PM (PM10 & PM2.5) and ground level O3 are the two essential sources which can fluctuates the quality of ambient air in the atmosphere. In this paper study of two seasonal averages (winter and summer) during the year 2012-19 shows higher fluctuating concentration during the winter season as compared to summer season for this study used AAQMS instrument for collecting the data of pollutants.