Student Research Day Abstracts and Posters

Document Type

Chapman access only Poster

Publication Date

Spring 5-14-2015

Faculty Advisor(s)

Mackenzie Crigger

Abstract

Over the last few decades, population in Bangkok, Thailand has increased at an alarming rate. Along with the growth of the city, the amounts of motor vehicles are also increasing exponentially. In this study, major air pollutants that are caused by motor vehicles are going to be examined. Concentrations in the air of the Bangkok Metropolitan Region will be analyzed using remote sensing tools. From the existing data, it can be seen that there are trends of decrease of certain pollutants. However, carbon dioxide amounts are still increasing.

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Presented at the Spring 2015 Student Research Day at Chapman University.

Access to this poster is restricted to Chapman University students, faculty, staff, and affiliates.

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