Coal Fired Power Plants in India - National Animations

These are the results from the CAMx dispersion model (v5.40) for all emissions from all coal-fired power plants by month.
These modeled PM10 ambient concentrations in the following figures should be considered as incremental pollution due to the emissions from the coal-fired power plants and does not include other sectors.

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January
February March
PM10 Pollution from Coal-fired Power Plants in India
PM10 Pollution from Coal-fired Power Plants in India
PM10 Pollution from Coal-fired Power Plants in India
AprilMay
June
PM10 Pollution from Coal-fired Power Plants in India
PM10 Pollution from Coal-fired Power Plants in India
PM10 Pollution from Coal-fired Power Plants in India
JulyAugustSeptember
PM10 Pollution from Coal-fired Power Plants in India
PM10 Pollution from Coal-fired Power Plants in India
PM10 Pollution from Coal-fired Power Plants in India
October
NovemberDecember
PM10 Pollution from Coal-fired Power Plants in India
PM10 Pollution from Coal-fired Power Plants in India
PM10 Pollution from Coal-fired Power Plants in India

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