Essay heading: 2008 Bejing Olympics
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October 4, 2002
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3 / 840
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But Beijing’s monitoring system does not measure ozone, nor does it measure the finer particulates known as PM 2.5. PM 2.5 obscures visibility and penetrates deeper than larger particulates. It can cause airway irritability, respiratory infections, and damage to lung tissue.
In 2007, a team of Chinese and American scientists analyzed air quality issues for the Olympics and found that Beijing’s daily concentrations of PM 2...
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Their study, published in the journal Atmospheric Environment, also found that ozone regularly exceeded levels deemed safe by American standards.
As for the athletes themselves, many are wondering if they should run behind a bus and breath in the exhaust, train on the highway during rush hour, or find a way to acclimate themselves to pollution to increase their chances of winning a medal...
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