New Insights into Vehicle Emissions Using Mobile Measurements
At our recent Air Quality and Emissions event, Shona Wilde, Ph.D., from the University of York discussed how mobile measurements might be better exploited in the analysis of vehicle emissions.
Ms. Wilde’s 20-minute presentation covers:
- The high spatial and temporal resolution of mobile measurements
- Strengthening the link between emissions and measurements
- A novel technique for extracting quantitative data from mobile measurements
- The prospects of adopting the methodology of continuous monitoring
- Which statistical methods are appropriate for processing the data
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Shona Wilde, PhD (University of York)
Shona Wilde, PhD., is a Research Associate at Wolfson Atmospheric Chemistry Laboratories, University of York. Much of her research has been centred around gas-phase emissions from oil and gas. Recently, Ms. Wilde has been working on understanding the effect of vehicle emissions on urban air quality.
Jim Mills (Scotswolds, Ltd.)
Jim Mills is the Managing Director of Scotswolds, Ltd., a consultancy specialising in air monitoring technology. Educated in Scotland, with a focus on chemistry, Jim is a regular speaker at national and international conferences on air quality, has co-authored papers on air quality monitoring and has provided technical expertise to support news and documentary programmes.
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