In the United Kingdom, where the average temperature is about 4.6 degrees Celsius warmer than the European average, the British Office for National Statistics has released a guide to measuring aerosols, showing the difference in temperature between the air in the country and the surrounding countryside.
The agency also suggests that when you take into account the effects of other factors such as wind, temperature and humidity, you’ll also get a better idea of how much pollution there is.
The aerosol measurements in the UK are not particularly precise and do not distinguish between the various types of particles that make up aerosols.
But they do help researchers make more accurate estimates about the amount of pollutants in the atmosphere.
In the US, the government has set aside a fund to help the country’s states and cities build more effective air quality management plans.
The funds are earmarked for programs aimed at reducing the number of premature deaths from air pollution, improving the health of residents, and reducing traffic accidents.
In addition, the Federal Aviation Administration has also launched a program to help cities make air quality improvements.