There was a “striking” drop in nitrogen dioxide across China in February but other pollutants remained at roughly the same levels, a study has found. Photo: XinhuaThere was a “striking” drop in nitrogen dioxide across China in February but other pollutants remained at roughly the same levels, a study has found. Photo: Xinhua
There was a “striking” drop in nitrogen dioxide across China in February but other pollutants remained at roughly the same levels, a study has found. Photo: Xinhua

Coronavirus: China lockdowns lead to big dip in NO2 but air pollution stays steady, study finds

  • Curtailment of transport brought down nitrogen dioxide levels In February, researchers say
  • More analysis needed to understand complexities of regional atmospheric contamination, activist says

Topic |   Disease
There was a “striking” drop in nitrogen dioxide across China in February but other pollutants remained at roughly the same levels, a study has found. Photo: XinhuaThere was a “striking” drop in nitrogen dioxide across China in February but other pollutants remained at roughly the same levels, a study has found. Photo: Xinhua
There was a “striking” drop in nitrogen dioxide across China in February but other pollutants remained at roughly the same levels, a study has found. Photo: Xinhua
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