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Technical Report: Port of Tacoma Source Apportionment Study

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23-02-075June 2023
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Author(s) Beth Friedman
Description Receptor modeling was applied to Chemical Speciation Network PM2.5 data collected from 2018-2022 at a monitoring site adjacent to the Port of Tacoma in order to quantify the contribution of sources to the measured PM2.5 concentration. This report describes the findings of this study.
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Keywords air pollutants, PM2.5, study, air pollution, air quality, Port of Tacoma, HAP, hazardous air pollutants, source apportionment
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Port of Tacoma Source Apportionment Study