SEMI-DECADAL SPATIO-TEMPORAL VARIATION OF GASEOUSPOLLUTANTS OVER A PART OF A NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION,INDIAYadav Neenu
Air pollution occurs when fumes (or smoke) and dust particle gases are introduced into the atmosphere insuch a way that endangers animal and plant. Air pollution harms the health of living beings on our planet.It causes acid rain and smog, which cause respiratory diseases and cancer, depletes the ozone layer, andcontributes to global warming. Current study examines gaseous observations, which is a measure sourceof the air pollution, in an urban National Capital Region of India.The concentration of gases was measuredat air quality monitoring stations (AQMS) located throughout Delhi. The collection is from a five-yearperiod of real-time data observation. Gas variations were interpolated in a geographic information system(GIS) to generate digital elevation models (DEMs). The current study investigated the role of gaseouspollutants in increasing overall pollution levels in Delhi NCR, as well as the variation of gaseous pollutionacross Delhiâs different stations. Temporal interpolation of observations based on the concentration of gasesdepicted on the Z-axis. During the winter and monsoon seasons, distinct clusters of high values are depicted,indicating specific natural and anthropogenic activities. Summer months, on the other hand, indicate lowvalues, indicating steady atmospheric conditions. Such information can play a critical part in enhancingthe governmentâs developmental initiatives and planning to lower the degree of pollution that our countryrequires.