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Lockdown effects on air pollution with meteorological conditions in Istanbul

https://doi.org/10.15518/isjaee.2021.01.005

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Zeynep Feriha Ünal
Стамбульский технологический университет
Турция

Zeynep Feriha Ünal, аспирант 2-го года аспирантуры, аспирантура Научной Инженерии и Технологий, Аспирантская Программа Атмосферных Наук



Yiğitalp Kara
Стамбульский технологический университет
Турция

Yiğitalp Kara, студент 3-го курса бакалавриата Стамбульского технического университета, департамент метеорологической инженерии, Департамент геологической инженерии.



Umur Dinç
Стамбульский технологический университет
Турция

Umur Dinç, аспирант 3-го курса, аспирантура науки и технологий, Аспирантсткая Программа Атмосферных наук



Rahan Öztürk
Стамбульский технологический университет
Турция

Rahan Öztürk, студент магистратуры факультета науки об атмосфере



İpek Çöl
Стамбульский технологический университет
Турция

İpek Çöl, студент, Департамент метеорологической инженерии



Büşra Öztürk
Стамбульский технологический университет
Турция

Büşra Öztürk, студентка 4-го курса, отдел «Метеорологической инженерии»



Hüseyin Toros
Стамбульский технологический университет
Турция

Hüseyin Toros, профессор кафедры метеорологии; Департамент Метеорологии, координатор программы науки об атмосфере.



Ulubey Aydın
Тракийский университет Турции
Турция

Aydın Ulubey,  профессор, Департамент физики; "Физика твердых тел"



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Для цитирования:


Ünal Z.F., Kara Y., Dinç U., Öztürk R., Çöl İ., Öztürk B., Toros H., Aydın U. Lockdown effects on air pollution with meteorological conditions in Istanbul. Альтернативная энергетика и экология (ISJAEE). 2021;(01-03):77-90. https://doi.org/10.15518/isjaee.2021.01.005

For citation:


Ünal Z.F., Kara Y., Dinç U., Öztürk R., Çöl İ., Öztürk B., Toros H., Ulubey A. Lockdown effects on air pollution with meteorological conditions in Istanbul. Alternative Energy and Ecology (ISJAEE). 2021;(01-03):77-90. https://doi.org/10.15518/isjaee.2021.01.005

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