In studies that have been done so far, the exposure to pollutants has been calculated for the resident population. While a significant part of the day, the spatial distribution of the population varies with the distribution of the resident population, and thus the exposure levels of individuals with air pollutants are not calculated correctly.
For example, Tehran has more than 8.7 million inhabitants, spread over 700 square kilometers. At the start of every day, a population of about 2 million people from nearby cities come to Tehran to work in the city for more than eight hours. The job locations of most residents are also different from their home locations. So, the distribution of the population of the day and night in Tehran is very different. The distribution of particulate matter is also different in different parts of the city.
How BenMAP-CE can consider these population distribution differences in calculating health benefits of reducing PM2.5 concentrations?