Grass pollen in the atmosphere of Melbourne: Seasonal distribution over nine years

@article{Ong1995GrassPI,
  title={Grass pollen in the atmosphere of Melbourne: Seasonal distribution over nine years},
  author={E. K. Ong and M. Singh and R. Knox},
  journal={Grana},
  year={1995},
  volume={34},
  pages={58-63}
}
  • E. K. Ong, M. Singh, R. Knox
  • Published 1995
  • Biology
  • Grana
  • Abstract Both the seasonal and diurnal incidence of grass pollen in the atmosphere of Melbourne have been established using data from seven pollen seasons (1975–1980 and 1991–1993). Grass pollen represented an average of 26% (ranging from 22 to 33.1%) of the total pollen count. November and December are the most important months with an average of 81% of the total grass pollen. There is marked variation in the total seasonal and daily grass pollen counts. The total seasonal grass pollen count… CONTINUE READING
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