NO2 air pollution variation during the coronavirus crisis Spain March 2020

The levels of nitrogen dioxide, a pollutant that originates mainly by combustion engines burning fuel, dropped drastically in Spain during the first week of forced confinement which was announced by the Spanish government the 15th of March 2020. As of that day, the level of air pollution in the coastal city of Valencia decreased from 114 to 42, which represented a drop of 64 percent in the level of nitrogene dioxide.

Variation in the level of nitrogen dioxide registered during the coronavirus crisis in selected Spanish cities between 10-14 March and 15-20 March 2020

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Release date

March 2020

Region

Spain

Survey time period

10-14 March to 15-20 March, 2020

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