PM10, carbon monoxide and sulphur dioxide were all measured at this site during 2002. PM10exceeded the daily guideline on a number of days. Carbon monoxide and sulphur dioxide were always below guidelines.
PM2.5 was also monitored for six weeks in late autumn. The PM2.5 data suggested that much of the PM10 was larger than PM2.5, which is to be expected in a coastal environment where a proportion of the PM is likely to be sea-salt.
Scientific data for this site
This dashboard shows information on the data collected by the regional councils for air quality scientific indicators: