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Indonesia Air Pollution Study

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Data availability (e.g PM 2.5, BC) is the main weakness air pollution study (Yusuf and Resosudarmo, 2009), so any study on primary data such as by Santoso (2011, 2012) which provide some study on the primary data of air pollution is required.

List of study
Santoso et al (2013) on Atmospheric black carbon in PM2.5 in Indonesian cities full text
Analysis on the level of PM2.5 mass concentration ranged from 7.74 to 18.35 mg/m3. The average percentage of BC in PM2.5 concentration in these sampling sites ranged from 17 to 45%.

Santoso et al (2011) Preliminary study of the sources of ambient air pollution in Serpong full text
The Pb percentages in the collected PM2.5 mass in the residential and industrial areas were 3.1% and 4.3%, respectively, while for PM2.5–10, Pb represented 1.9% and 6.0% of the PM mass, respectively. The fine fraction data from two residential areas (Setu and EMC) were analyzed using EPA PMF (version 3) for source apportionment. The source apportionment identified 5 factors, i.e., lead industry and road dust (12%), diesel vehicles (30%), oil and power plant (26%), road dust (17%) and biomass burning mixed with road dust (15%).

Obidzinski (2012) on Environmental and Social Impacts of Oil Palm Plantations and their Implications for Biofuel Production in Indonesia full text
To reduce the negative impacts and trade-offs of oil palm plantations and maximize their economic potential, government decision makers need to restrict the use of forested land for plantation development, enforce existing regulations on concession allocation and environmental management

Eskeland (1998) Prices that Clear the Air: Energy Use and Pollution in Chile and Indonesia
Study indicate how emissions can be reduced by presumptive taxes on fuels–clearing the air as well as the markets for energy-such a strategy preferably should be accompanied by other instruments that stimulate cleaner technologies

Tritugaswati (1993) on Review of Air Pollution and Its Health Impact in Indonesia full text
The result of the monitoring indicates that SPM and NOx are the predominant pollutants. Other pollutants such as Ox, H2S, NH3, and CO are also monitored in several big cities in Indonesia. The air pollution mainly comes from land transportation, industrial emissions, and a densely populated residential area where most people perform their activities

Does clean air matter in developing countries’ megacities? A hedonic price analysis of the Jakarta housing market, Indonesia (Yusuf and Resosudarmo, 2009) full text
The result indicates that, in the cases of lead, total hydro carbon (THC), and SO2, air pollutants have a negative association with property value; i.e., housing rental price. The relationship is at 5% level of significance for lead and 10% level for THC and SO2. This paper estimates that per family value of clean air in Jakarta ranges from US$28 to US$85 per μg/m3.

Oanh (2006) on Particulate air pollution in six Asian cities: Spatial and temporal distributions, and associated sources full text

Cribb (1990) The Politics of Pollution Control in Indonesia full text

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Desember 23, 2015 pada 6:56 pm

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