Yangzhi publish LUR work in STOTEN

Yanzhi’s paper entitled ‘The application of land use regression model to investigate spatiotemporal variations of PM2.5 in Guangzhou, China: Implications for the public health benefits of PM2.5 reduction’ has been accepted for publication in STOTEN. This is an outcome of our LUR project, with which the group has developed a framework on LUR modeling for intra-urban air quality and environmental health studies in Guangzhou. Congratulations!

Spatial variation of predicted annual average PM2.5 concentrations by land use regression model in Guangzhou.