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However, this approach is highly resource-intensive and not, in consequence, widely used. To reduce resource requirements, a grid approach can be utilized in conjunction with intermittent or mobile sampling. However, use of this technique is not consistent with the need to maximize temporal representativeness as well as spatial coverage (see next subsection). A more flexible approach to network design, appropriate over city-wide or national scales, involves siting monitoring stations or sampling points at carefully selected representative locations, chosen on the basis of required data usages and known emission/dispersion patterns of the pollutants under study.
46, therefore lists the principles for improving air quality, which we summarize here: E E E E improved technology tighter fleet management environmentally responsible use of vehicles policies and planning to reduce reliance on cars. 3 Motor Vehicle Contribution The importance of motor vehicles to the urban air quality debate is manifest in figures published by the newly completed West Midlands Emissions Inventory study. This survey of all major sources of air pollutants in the seven local authorities was funded by the DoE to provide the first inventory in the UK at a very detailed local scale.