Author(s): Hysen Mankolli1, Sukru DURSUN2, Huseyin Toros3
  • 1. Expert in Ecology, Plainfield, Illinois, USA; Consultant Scientific Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center (ESSIC), University of Maryland College Park, USA; Chief Editor of IJEES journal
  • 2. Engineering and Natural Science Faculty, Konya Technical University, Konya, Turkey
  • 3. Istanbul Technical University, Faculty of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Department of Meteorology, Maslak, Istanbul, Turkey

Abstract: In cases that air quality will change the living health or environmental quality, the composition of the air should not change or the substances that are dangerous to be in the air that not be present in the atmosphere. Air pollution, which is a result of urbanization and fuel use brought about by different life styles, can create a dangerous impact area on a global scale as well as in Turkey. Air pollution has a significant impact on human health, so the issue of air quality is of great importance all over the world. The management of the parameters related to the outdoor air quality is carried out in accordance with the Air Quality Assessment and Management Regulation. A country's or region's success in improving and protecting the air quality, local and national air pollution problems, and the support of citizens who are well informed and informed about the developments in pollution reduction are needed. For the investigation of air pollution in Konya, NO2 and O3 parameters have been evaluated. The stations are statistically analysed according to the measurement results made in the required periods. As a result of this, it is aimed to study on the continuously measured parameters and their effects, what the necessary measures should be in order to reduce the effect and what the applications could be by evaluating and graphing the data. In this study, the effect of temporal NO2 and O3 changes on air quality was evaluated.