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Nitrogen Oxides - Emissions and Pollution 1991

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03.03.1 Emissions from Industry 1989 (Heating and Power Plants, Facilities Requiring a License)

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The calculated nitrogen oxide emissions caused by the polluter group ‘industry’, including plants requiring a permit and Berlin’s cogeneration plants, are presented here per 1 km² grid square. They are distributed across the industrial and commercial areas of the city. More information

03.03.2 Emissions from Domestic Heating 1989

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The calculated nitrogen oxide emissions caused by the polluter group ‘domestic heating’, including e.g. the multitude of smaller residential and commercial heating systems in the city area, are presented here per 1 km² grid square. They extend across almost the entire area of the city. More information

03.03.3 Emissions from Traffic 1989

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The calculated nitrogen oxide emissions caused by the polluter group ‘traffic’, including passenger cars, as well as trucks, buses and motorcycles, are presented here per 1 km² grid square. They extend across almost the entire area of the city. More information

03.03.4 Calculated Pollutions (Yearly Average Values) from the Source Group Industry 1989

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In order to obtain a differentiated assessment of what causes the nitrogen oxide pollution and to contribute to its elimination, air pollution (immissions) is measured at specific locations at regular intervals and supplemented by the comprehensive model calculations presented here. For ‘industry’, these are calculated for each source of emission (stack) individually. More information

03.03.5 Calculated Pollutions (Yearly Average Values) from the Source Group Domestic Heating 1989

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In order to obtain a differentiated assessment of what causes the nitrogen oxide pollution and to contribute to its elimination, air pollution (immissions) is measured at specific locations at regular intervals and supplemented by the comprehensive dispersion calculations presented here. For ‘domestic heating’, they are based on the emission numbers per 1 km². More information

03.03.6 Calculated Pollutions (Yearly Average Values) from the Source Group Traffic 1989

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In order to obtain a differentiated assessment of what causes the nitrogen oxide pollution and to contribute to its elimination, air pollution (immissions) is measured at specific locations at regular intervals and supplemented by the comprehensive dispersion calculations presented here. For ‘traffic’, they are based on the emission numbers per 1 km². More information

03.03.7 Calculated Pollutions (Yearly Average Values) from all Registered Source Groups (Industry, Domestic Heating, Traffic) 1989

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In order to obtain a differentiated assessment of what causes the sulphur dioxide pollution and to contribute to its elimination, air pollution (immissions) is measured at specific locations at regular intervals and supplemented by the comprehensive dispersion calculations presented here. This map presents the results as a combined total for all polluters. More information

03.03.8 Measured Pollutions (Yearly Average Values I1) 1991

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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 nitrogen oxide pollution. More information

03.03.9 Measured Pollutions (Yearly Average Values I1) 1991 Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2)

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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 nitrogen dioxide (NO2) pollution. More information

03.03.10 Measured Pollutions (98 %-Value of the Cumulative Frequency I2) 1991 Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2)

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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 nitrogen dioxide (NO2) pollution. More information