Lockdown impacts on Air Quality

Our study (led by Zongbo Shi) on the true impacts of lockdown on air quality, after correcting for meteorology (deweathering) and seasonal factors (detrending) published in Science Advances, shows lockdown impacts on NO2 may have been overestimated.




Abrupt but smaller than expected changes in surface air quality attributable to COVID-19 lockdowns: Science Advances paper


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