지리정보시스템을 활용한 서울시 유해대기오염물질 우선순위 측정지역 선정

Citation data:

ISSN: 1598-7132

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Repository URL:
http://scholarworks.unist.ac.kr/handle/201301/24022
DOI:
10.5572/kosae.2018.34.2.223
Author(s):
김성준; 박현진; 이상진; 김창혁; 이승복; 최성득
Publisher(s):
한국대기환경학회
Tags:
Grid; GIS; Passive air sampling; PAHs; VOCs
article description
As the Seoul metropolitan city has the largest numbers of population and vehicles, the citizens can be exposed to hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) mainly from the vehicular exhaust and human activities. In this study, we proposed a systematic method for the selection of priority monitoring areas for HAPs using Geographic Information System (GIS). First, emission parameters (emission data, vehicle registration, monitoring data, and so on) and population parameters (population and population density) were plotted using the inverse distance weighted (IDW) interpolation. Then, the interpolation data for individual parameters, which were normalized between 1 and 5 points, were compiled for 270 grids with a resolution of 2 km×2 km. The total score of each grid was calculated using weights (1~5) for the individual parameters. The final ranking of each grid was assigned by four scenarios with varying fractions of the emission and population parameters from 50 : 50 to 80 : 20. Consequently, nine grids were suggested as priority monitoring areas, and all of them are located in the southwestern part of Seoul.