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What’s new

From 19 July 2024 to 23 August 2024 the Hydrogen sulfide monitoring unit at the Redbank weather station will be temporarily relocated to Abrahams Rd within the Swanbank industrial area to support quality assurance evaluation. Data captured during this period is relevant to Abrahams Rd in Swanbank.

    Air quality data is available from 1 January 2016. Individual stations have been monitoring for different time periods so data may not be available for all possible times.
    Environment Park station began monitoring air quality on 20 June 2019.

Solar radiation at Environment Park, Tuesday 26 September 2023 about Solar radiation

Environment Park station overview

Data has been validated (100% validated, all 24 records)

Data has been validated (100% validated, all 48 records)

About Solar radiation

Measuring solar radiation is beneficial for modelling photochemical smog events, as the intensity of sunlight has an important influence on the rate of the chemical reactions that produce the smog. The cloudiness of the sky, time of day and geographic location all affect sunlight intensity.

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Last updated
8 July 2024