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The Whitworth Meteorological Observatory - Air Quality Data

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The air quality instrumentation at the Whitworth Observatory currently consists of a Grimm 1.108 dust monitor (counts and sizes aerosol particles between 0.3 and 20 microns in diameter), a Casella ML2010 Ozone Analyser, Thermo 42i TL NOx Analyser, Thermo 43i TL SO2 Analyser and a Thermo 48i TL CO Analyser. The NOx, SO2 and CO analysers were co-funded by the Atmospheric Chemistry Research Group at the University of Bristol. The gas analysers are located in the Simon Building and sample from a height of approximately 15m above street level. The dust monitor is located with the met station on the George Kenyon Building.

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Ozone Concentration - Last 24 Hours, 1 minute average data (times on x-axis are UTC).

 

NOx Concentration - Last 24 Hours, 1 minute average data (times on x-axis are UTC).

 

CO Concentration - Last 24 Hours, 1 minute average data (times on x-axis are UTC).

 

SO2 Concentration - Last 24 Hours, 1 minute average data (times on x-axis are UTC).

 

Aerosol Number Concentration - Last 24 Hours, 1 minute average data (times on x-axis are UTC).

 

Aerosol Mass Loading - Last 24 Hours, 1 minute average data (times on x-axis are UTC).

 

All data and images are copyright The University of Manchester, please do not reproduce without permission. Enquiries regarding use of data from the Whitworth Observatory should be directed to Dr Michael Flynn (michael.flynn@manchester.ac.uk).