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Dusts - Emissions and Pollutions 1991

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03.04.1 Total Dust Emissions of all Registered Source Groups 1989 (Industry, Small Business, Domestic Heating, Traffic)

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The calculated total dust caused by all polluter groups (commerce, domestic heating, traffic) are presented here per 1 km² grid square. They extend across almost the entire area of the city. More information

03.04.2 Measured Pollutions (Yearly Average Values I1) 1991 Floating Dust

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Measuring stations consistently monitor the air quality. In addition to the station records, this map shows site-specific annual means interpolated to the area, which serve as a parameter for the average annual floating dust pollution. More information

03.04.3 Measured Pollutions (98%-Value of the Cumulative Frequency I2) 1991 Floating Dust

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Measuring stations consistently monitor the air quality. In addition to the station records, this map shows site-specific short-term numbers (98% value) interpolated to the area, which serve as a parameter for the maximum annual floating dust pollution. More information

03.04.4 Measured Pollutions (Yearly Average Values) 1991 Carcinogenic Heavy Metals in Floating Dust

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Measuring stations consistently monitor the air quality. This map shows site-specific annual means interpolated to the area for four carcinogenic heavy metals, which serve as a parameter for the average annual pollution caused by these floating dust components. More information

03.04.5 Measured Pollutions (Yearly Average Values) 1991 Lead in Floating Dust

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Measuring stations consistently monitor the air quality. This map shows site-specific annual means interpolated to the area for the carcinogenic heavy metal ‘lead’, which serve as a parameter for the average annual pollution caused by this floating dust component. More information

03.04.6 Measured Pollutions (Yearly Average Values) 1991 Cadmium in Floating Dust

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Measuring stations consistently monitor the air quality. This map shows site-specific annual means interpolated to the area for the carcinogenic heavy metal ‘cadmium’, which serve as a parameter for the average annual pollution caused by this floating dust component. More information

03.04.7 Measured Pollutions (Yearly Average Values) 1991 Dust Precipitation

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Measuring stations consistently monitor the air quality. This map shows site-specific annual means interpolated to the area for dust deposits, which serve as a parameter for the average annual pollution caused by this substance. More information

03.04.8 Measured Pollutions (Yearly Average Values) 1991 Lead in Dust Precipitation

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Measuring stations consistently monitor the air quality. This map shows site-specific annual means interpolated to the area for the carcinogenic heavy metal ‘lead’, which serve as a parameter for the average annual pollution caused by this substance contained in dust deposits. More information

03.04.9 Measured Pollutions (Yearly Average Values) 1991 Cadmium in Dust

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Measuring stations consistently monitor the air quality. This map shows site-specific annual means interpolated to the area for the carcinogenic heavy metal ‘cadmium’, which serve as a parameter for the average annual pollution caused by this substance contained in dust deposits. More information