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Air Pollution in Beijing Comparison Images 

Air Pollution in Beijing Comparison Images 

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12/03/2011 
Three comparison images showing a smog haze build up over 3 days (from 3rd-5th December 2011) in Chao Yang in San Jian Fang Xiang, Chao Yang, Central Beijing, 10 km to the east from Guo Mao tower (tallest building in Beijing) and Central Business District which are visible in the distance. In winter North China burns more coal for heating, which increases air pollution. Because of the winter season the ground is colder than in summer and more stable, and inverse air pattern causes air pollution to accumulated at ground level, triggering an atmospheric chemistry reaction, which causes a much higher PM2.5 concentration. 
Air Pollution in Beijing 1 of 3
12/03/2011 
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Air Pollution in Beijing 2 of 3
12/04/2011 
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Air Pollution in Beijing 3 of 3
12/05/2011 
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