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Vol. 12, Issue 4 (2023)

Estimate of dust suspended at different heights and its impact on different land use system

Author(s):
Abhilash KP, Devakumar AS and Ashwini RN
Abstract:
Strong atmospheric winds may cause wind dispersal through natural or anthropogenic phenomenon present in surrounding atmosphere primarily affects Earth’s climate by scattering and absorbing short-wave and long-wave radiation, which initially impacts surface temperatures which is considered as one of the major instinct for climate change. This study clearly shows that dust load estimates found increasing vertically measurement height. The higher dust accumulation is seen in the region with higher vehicular movement. The lowest duct accumulation is observed at the lowest height from the ground surface and increased as the height increased. The movement of dust load was studied in different season. In pre-monsoon season an average of 236 per cent dust was found, where as in post monsoon the average was 186 per cent. In both season residential area recorded the lowest dust and highest was recorded from the road side.
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How to cite this article:
Abhilash KP, Devakumar AS, Ashwini RN. Estimate of dust suspended at different heights and its impact on different land use system. Pharma Innovation 2023;12(4):1409-1411.

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