Super-smog in China

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Super-smog shrouded the Chinese city Harbin. According to Reuters, in some areas of the city air pollution 50 times higher than normal. Visibility in the city center less than 50 meters. Smog has led to serious disturbances in the transport and urban institutions, due to poor visibility, many flights were canceled and some expressways closed, schools are closed.

Reporting on the super-smog in China.

Super-smog in China

Emergency has already been assigned a “red” level of risk. It was the result of the beginning of the heating season in Harbin. (Photo by AFP | Getty photo):

Super-smog in China

In China, there comes the winter season, when the difference of night and day temperatures leads to the formation of fog. In addition, in Harbin Sunday, October 20th, beginning of the heating season, and for heating in China uses coal power plants. (Photo by AFP | Getty Images):

Super-smog in China

Tricycle taxis on the streets of Harbin. (Photo by AFP | Getty Images):

Super-smog in China

Due to poor visibility, many flights were canceled. (Photo by AFP | Getty Images):

Super-smog in China

According to Reuters, in some areas of the city pollution was almost 1,000 micrograms of suspended particles down to 2.5 microns per cubic meter of air at a rate of 20. Visibility in the city center less than 50 meters. (Photo by AFP | Getty Images):

Super-smog in China

In some areas in Harbin performance visibility down to 10 meters. But somehow moving cars. (Photo by AFP | Getty Images):

Super-smog in China

(Photo by Reuters):
Super-smog in China


Jilin City. (Photo by Reuters):

Super-smog in China

Car isolation in Harbin. By the way, do you know how to fight congestion in China? For example, to overcome traffic jams in Beijing, local authorities restrict the issuance of an annual license plate number of 240,000 units. There are other drastic measures, such as the purchase of a priority for the state number 500 000. (Photo by AFP | Getty Images):

Super-smog in China

A cyclist on the highway. (Photo by AFP | Getty Images):

Super-smog in China

All attractions in Harbin are in the dark. (Photo by Reuters):

Super-smog in China

Why not dance in the square? All the same, few people see. (Photo by AFP | Getty Images):

Super-smog in China

Of smog, which dissipates no earlier than 24 hours, are also affected other areas of north-eastern China. (Photo by Reuters):

Super-smog in China

A police officer controls the traffic in the dark. (Photo by Reuters):

Super-smog in China

A statue of the late Chairman Mao Zedong of China can be very useful points the right way. (Photo by Reuters):

Super-smog in China

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