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Traffic-related Emissions and Immissions 2014

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Figures

Fig. 1: Diagram showing the pattern of particulate (PM10) pollution in Berlin and the surrounding area

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Fig. 2: 2015 survey of emissions of motor vehicle traffic of the 2011-2017 update of the Air Quality Plan

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Fig. 3: Emissions model for the calculation of quantities of emitted pollutants on primary roads

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Fig. 4: EM-NEBEN – Emissions model for the secondary road network (area sources)

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Fig. 5: Pollution distribution on an urban canyon, with the measurement range as per 39th BImSchV, and the receptors used for calculation with the IMMISem/luft urban canyon model

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Fig. 6: Long-term trend of nitrogen dioxide values in Berlin

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Fig. 6: Long-term trend of nitrogen dioxide values in Berlin

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Fig. 7: Long-term trend of PM10 and total particulate concentrations in Berlin, and number of exceedance days

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Fig. 7: Long-term trend of PM10 and total particulate concentrations in Berlin, and number of exceedance days

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Tables

Table 1: EU-wide immission limit values and deadlines for PM2.5, PM10 and nitrogen dioxide (NO2), as per the 39th BlmSchV

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Tab. 2: Traffic volume (in millions of vehicle-km/year), fuel consumption (t) and exhaust and abrasion emissions (t/year) on primary roads, by type of vehicle, for the reference year 2015

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Tab. 3: Grouping of emissions quantities in the primary road sections, based on the indicators NOx and PM10

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