Seasonal distribution of pollen in the atmosphere of Darwin, tropical Australia: Preliminary results
Pollen loads in the atmosphere of Darwin, a city located in the wet-dry tropics of Australia, have been monitored for the period March 2004 to November 2005 as part of a large research program looking at atmospheric particles and human health. Seven pollen types dominate the pollen spectrum, the herbaceous families of Poaceae (grasses) and Cyperaceae (sedges), as well as several native tree and shrub taxa, Acacia, Callitris, Casuarina, Arecaceae and Myrtaceae. The pollen loads were found to...[Show more]
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