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  1. What Is Polluting Delhi's Air? A Review from 1990 to 2022

    Feature papers represent the most advanced research with significant potential for high impact in the field. A Feature Paper should be a substantial original Article that involves several techniques or approaches, provides an outlook for future research directions and describes possible research applications. ... Air pollution in Delhi is a ...

  2. Air pollution in Delhi, India: It's status and association with

    The policymakers need research studies indicating the role of different pollutants with morbidity for polluted cities to install a strategic air quality management system. This study critically assessed the air pollution of Delhi for 2016-18 to found out the role of air pollutants in respiratory morbidity under the ICD-10, J00-J99.

  3. "Air pollution in Delhi: Its Magnitude and Effects on Health"

    This paper provides an evidence-based insight into the status of air pollution in Delhi and its effects on health and control measures instituted. The urban air database released by the World Health Organization in September 2011 reported that Delhi has exceeded the maximum PM10 limit by almost 10-times at 198 μ g/m3.

  4. Why is Delhi's air pollution so bad right now?

    Since 3 November, the air quality index (AQI) — a measure of eight pollutants, including fine particulate matter, ozone and sulfur dioxide — in Delhi has remained consistently above 99 ...

  5. Health and Economic Impact of Air Pollution in Delhi HEALTH AND

    Research Institute (IFPRI, 2019) pegs the economic cost of exposure to air pollution from crop residue burning at $35 billion, or nearly Rs 2.35 lakh crore annually, for the three north Indian ...

  6. Air pollution in Delhi: Its Magnitude and Effects on Health

    The pollution levels are usually minimum during the monsoon season over Delhi due to the washout effect (Guttikunda and Gurjar, 2012). Delhi is one of the highest polluted cities in India, with a ...

  7. PDF Air Pollution and Health in Delhi, India: Health Effects of Short-Term

    the entire paradigm of research to policy, I hope to better inform otherwise antagonistic or agnostic policymakers, raise awareness among those most affected by air pollution exposure in Delhi, and aid citizens to more effectively advocate for their right to clean air in one of the most polluted cities on the planet.

  8. PDF Air Pollution in Delhi: Filling the Policy Gaps

    n Delhi in 2019 was 122 micrograms per cu. M.57Air poll. tion also results in acid rain and crop damage. The nitrogen oxide and sulfur oxides released in the environmen. as a result of burning fossil fuel form acids. These acids fall on Earth's surface in either wet form (rain, snow, fog.

  9. Environmental and Health Impacts of Air Pollution: A Review

    New Delhi is one of the more polluted cities in India. Flights in and out of New Delhi International Airport are often canceled due to the reduced visibility associated with air pollution. ... In the present paper, we focus on the sources of environmental pollution in relation to public health and propose some solutions and interventions that ...

  10. PM 2.5 particulate matter and its effects in Delhi/NCR

    Air pollution in New Delhi/NCR, India, is an important concern for the environment and health. ... In this paper, interdisciplinary reviews on various environmental pollutions that especially caused in India's National Capital discussed. This paper will give the guidelines for future research on impacts on environmental pollution observational ...

  11. Estimates of air pollution in Delhi from the burning of ...

    Introduction. In 2014, Delhi became the most polluted city in the world [1, 2].Since then it has continued to be in the list of the world's most polluted cities [].Air pollution is worse in the winter months (October—January) as particles remain suspended in the air for longer duration of time due to the lower temperature, wind speed as well as higher relative humidity.

  12. PDF AIR POLLUTION IN DELHI: A REVIEW OF PAST AND CURRENT ...

    pollution in Delhi, a programme of projects (Atmospheric Pollution and Human Health, APHH) has been funded by NERC, the Indian Medical Research Council, the Newton- Bhabha Fund, and the Indian ...

  13. Atmosphere

    Feature papers represent the most advanced research with significant potential for high impact in the field. A Feature Paper should be a substantial original Article that involves several techniques or approaches, provides an outlook for future research directions and describes possible research applications. ... "Air Pollution in New Delhi ...

  14. The health effects of air pollution in Delhi, India

    The authors report the results of a time-series study of the impact of particulate air pollution on daily mortality in Delhi. They find: a) A positive, significant . ... Data and research help us understand these challenges and set priorities, share knowledge of what works, and measure progress. Data & Research. Open Data;

  15. Health and economic impact of air pollution in the states of India: the

    The high burden of death and disease due to air pollution and its associated substantial adverse economic impact from loss of output could impede India's aspiration to be a $5 trillion economy by 2024. Successful reduction of air pollution in India through state-specific strategies would lead to substantial benefits for both the health of the population and the economy.

  16. "Air pollution in Delhi: Its Magnitude and Effects on Health"

    This paper provides an evidence-based insight into the status of air pollution in Delhi and its effects on health and control measures instituted. The urban air database released by the World Health Organization in September 2011 reported that Delhi has exceeded the maximum PM10 limit by almost 10-times at 198 μg/m3.

  17. Light painting photography makes particulate matter air pollution

    The Delhi air pollution was ... the approach presented in this paper can enhance individual and communities experience, emotions and reflections upon the relationships between spaces and ...

  18. Air Pollution, Its Sources and Health Effects: A Case Study of Delhi

    The study reveals that vehicular pollution is identified as the major cause of pollution in Delhi followed by industrial pollution and crop burning by neighboring states. The survey reveals that more than 60% of the respondents recognized lung infections as the major health effect of air pollution followed by cold & cough, and bronchitis.

  19. Industries in Delhi: Air pollution versus respiratory morbidities

    Delhi has an intricate urban environment concerning air pollution and from 2001 to 2017, the annual mean of PM 10 increased from 150 to 263 μg m-3 and NO 2 41.8-73.55 whereas the annual standard is 60 and 40 respectively ( Economic Survey of Delhi, 2019 ). PM 2.5 has also exceeded the annual average to 130 μg m-3 in 2017 whereas the annual ...

  20. Air pollution in Delhi, India: It's status and association with

    cities in the world and should be the obvious choice for pollution and health hazard research. The recent air quality report of IQ Air has ranked Delhi first out of the air-polluted capital cit-ies of 106 countries based on PM 2.5 concentration [22]. According to WHO, Delhi is the sixth-worst polluted city amongst 13 notable other Indian cities.

  21. Air pollution in Delhi, India: It's status and association with

    The policymakers need research studies indicating the role of different pollutants with morbidity for polluted cities to install a strategic air quality management system. This study critically assessed the air pollution of Delhi for 2016-18 to found out the role of air pollutants in respiratory morbidity under the ICD-10, J00-J99.

  22. An Analysis of Air Pollution and Its Impact on Human Population in Delhi

    The paper examines the spatial distribution of air pollution in response to recent air quality regulations in Delhi, India. Air pollution was monitored at 113 sites spread across Delhi and its ...

  23. PDF Review Article Health Effects of Air Pollution among Residents of Delhi

    International Journal of Health Sciences & Research (www.ijhsr.org) 273 Vol.8; Issue: 1; January 2018 ... 2249-9571 Review Article Health Effects of Air Pollution among Residents of Delhi: A Systematic Review Palak Balyan1, Chirashree Ghosh2, Arun Kumar Sharma3, B.D. Banerjee4 1Research Scholar, 2Associate Professor,

  24. Recent Air Quality Improvements in India Partially due to

    The paper, "Recent PM2.5 air quality improvements in India benefited from meteorological variation," was co-authored by Yuanyu Xie (School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University), Mi Zhou (School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University), Kieran M. R. Hunt (Department of Meteorology and the National Centre for Atmospheric Sciences, University of Reading ...

  25. Air pollution in Delhi, India: It's status and association with

    The policymakers need research studies indicating the role of different pollutants with morbidity for polluted cities to install a strategic air quality management system. This study critically assessed the air pollution of Delhi for 2016-18 to found out the role of air pollutants in respiratory morbidity under the ICD-10, J00-J99. The critical assessment of Delhi air pollution was done ...

  26. Air pollution in Delhi-NCR collective result of multiple factors: MoS

    The recent State of Global Air report found that air pollution caused 170k kids' deaths in India in 2021. # India CAQM sets target of 4.5 cr plantations for NCR during FY 2024-25

  27. Congress slams BJP, AAP over pollution in Delhi

    The Delhi Congress has criticised both the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) for their alleged failure to address the air pollution in Delhi. The state unit's chief, Devender Yadav, accused both the parties of inaction, despite their significant representation in the Delhi Assembly, Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD ...