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Inside a roadside air quality monitoring station
Oxford City Council's Air Quality Officer Pedro Miguel Rocha e Abreu (left) and Dario Salvi (right) in Oxford's High Street (January 2018).
Opening the air quality monitoring station cabinet to reveal the inside
Top instrument (black box) is a particulate monitor (PM10) and underneath is a NOx monitor (blue box).
Oxford City Council's Air Quality Officer Pedro Miguel Rocha e Abreu described the contents of the roadside air quality monitoring station. The interviewer is Andrew Wood, Network for Clean Air.
- Part 1) Introduction to the roadside monitoring station in the High Street, Oxford. See video (You Tube) duration 1:52 mins
- Part 2) Particulates (PM10) monitoring using a tapered element oscillating microbalance (TEOM) at the roadside monitoring station , and NOx monitoring. See video (You Tube) duration 1:19 mins
- Part 3) NOx monitoring and calibration at the monitoring station. Securing the roadside cabinet. See video (You Tube), 2:19 mins
Oxford City Council's Air Quality Information: https://www.oxford.gov.uk/info/20052/air_quality