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Project Title: Evaluation-Mobile Source Emissns & Trends

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Grant ID Number:RD - 83455301-3
EPA Region:EPA HQAAShip:ORD - Office of Research and Development
Division/Office:National Center for Environmental ResearchLab/Office:
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Recipient Name: The Regents of the University of CA - Berkeley
City:Recipient Type:State Institution of Higher Learning
State:CACong District:10
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Award Date:01/31/2013Cum Award:$500,000
Project Start:04/01/2010Project End:03/31/2014
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Evaluation-Mobile Source Emissns & Trends
On-road vehicle emissions of gases and particles will be measured at a highway tunnel near San Francisco using two instruments � the two-dimensional gas chromatography and a new high-resolution time of flight aerosol mass spectrometer. The resulting high time resolution data will be used to generate source profiles for gasoline and diesel engines as well as a fleet-average emission factor. Results will be compared to measurements taken in 1997 and 2006.

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Project Officer Alan Leinbach 202-343-9887
Grant Specialist Karen Bass 202-564-5338

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