A-25

AcronymDefinition
A-25Curtiss SB2C-1 Helldiver, USAAF Version of Single-Engine Dive Bomber (WWII)
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This study presents a framework for future analysis and to understand and illustrate air pollution from the additional traffic during and after the construction of A-25 extension project in Montreal.
The air record stations in Montreal have records on the level of concentrations of N[O.sub.2] for the selected periods before, during and after the construction of A-25 extension project.
[3] assessed the local air pollution implications of A-25 expansion project within 5 km buffer zone of the project site at Montreal Island.
This study spatially interpolates the levels of N[O.sub.2] concentrations in the years 2003, 2008, and 2013 to determine changes in air quality during and after the construction of the extension of A-25. There are eighteen air record stations located within the island of Montreal and ten stations have records on N[O.sub.2] concentrations in the years 2003, 2008, and 2013.
This study has considered two primary factors for simulating traffic density during and after the construction of the A-25 extension project, such as traffic growth during the period of 2003-2013 and additional traffic induced by the A25 extension.
This temporal analyses help to understand the levels of N[O.sub.2] before, during and after the construction of the A-25 at the selected stations.
The spatial patterns of N[O.sub.2] levels during peak hour traffic in 2003 explains that the levels of N[O.sub.2] were between 18.29 and 25.07 ppb within 5 km distance of the A-25 at the northeastern area between A-25 and A-40 (Figure 1).
On the southern side of A-25, the levels of N[O.sub.2] reached 18.29 to 25.07 ppb within 5 km (Figure 1).
Plants of Warren's A-25 and Blacksburg were removed from spaced-plant field nurseries and placed in pots in a cool greenhouse on the campus of Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ, during the late winter of 1979.
Warren's A-25 was pollinated by plants selected from old turfs during the winter of 1975 in a greenhouse located on the Cook College campus of Rutgers University (2,3,4).