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Research Article

A Simple Tool to Identify Representative Wind Sites for Air Pollution Modelling Applications

Table 1

Air pollution and meteorological data.

Site numberSite nameAbbreviationMonitoring data above MSL (m) (m)Distance (km)Costal/inlandNature of the site

1Luke StreetLSWind, CO, NO, NO2 PM101510InlandSuburban, open
2Deas Place ReserveDPRWind, CO, NO, NO2 PM1046InlandNext to motorway, suburban, covered
325 Deas Place25DPWind, CO, NO, NO2 PM100.28InlandSuburban, residential, covered
4HendersonHWind only351021InlandSuburban, covered
5KyberpassKWind only811210InlandUrban, Covered
6MangereMWind only5107CoastalRural, open
7Music PointMPWind only181010CoastalRural, covered
8OnehungaOWind only5105CoastalSuburban, open
9PakurangaPAWind only1565InlandUrban, covered
10PenrosePEWind only3065InlandSuburban, open
11PukekohePUWind only881030InlandRural, open
12WiriWWind only18107InlandSuburban, open

Sites with colocated wind data and air pollution data, : anemometer height.

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