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Influence of Atmospheric Particulate Matters on Underlying Surface of Water Body

DOI: 10.4236/jwarp.2023.157020, PP. 346-357

Keywords: Air Quality, River Water Quality, Correlation, PM2.5 Index

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The air quality and the river water quality of the underlying surfaces in Shanghai and some areas of the Netherlands after environmental treatment were analyzed respectively, and the correlation between them was explored. A long-term family experiment was carried out to figure out the causes of water turbidity, and the correlations of turbidity and pH in water with the PM2.5 index in air quality were probed. Then, the air quality was found to be correlated, to some extent, with the river water quality of underlying surfaces, in which the PM2.5 index was strongly correlated with the river water quality.

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