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Carbon Monoxide Levels
And Weather Conditions
Study by Jim West, 5/23/2009 [DRAFT]
Carbon monoxide ("CO") is the most prevalent poison in vehicular exhaust emissions at dense traffice scenarios such as expressways.
Common knowledge claims that CO concentration would rise according to the inverse of windspeed. CO would impact nearby residences according to the wind direction.
In this study, I attempt to validate the common assumption that CO concentrations correlate positively with slow wind, and negatively with wind speed.
Weather Station DW1634 is at NEE (66 degrees) adjacent and west of the Unisphere at Kennedy Circle in Flushing Meadows, Queens.
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