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What’s new

Queensland is now reporting hourly averages for PM2.5, PM10 and TSP (instead of a 24 hour running average).

Queensland Health has created 5 health action levels, presented in a colour indicator scale, to provide advice on what activities you can do, based on the hourly average concentrations of PM2.5 in the air.

    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.
    Targinie station began monitoring air quality on 1 January 2000.

Rainfall at Targinie, Wednesday 30 September 2020 about Rainfall

Targinie station overview

None of the data is validated (0% validated, 0/24 records)

Some data is unavailable for this time period (8%, 2/24 records)

None of the data is validated (0% validated, 0/46 records)

Some data is unavailable for this time period (4%, 2/46 records)

About Rainfall

Rain has a ‘scavenging’ effect when it washes particulate matter out of the atmosphere and dissolves gaseous pollutants. Removing particles improves visibility. Where there is frequent high rainfall, air quality is generally better.

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Last updated
12 August 2020
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