So You Thought Hong Kong’s Pollution Comes From the Mainland? – Supplemental Data

This article includes supplemental data for the main article “So You Thought Hong Kong’s Pollution Comes From the Mainland?” This supplemental data will show how high and low wind speeds affect the PM2.5 levels. Ultimately, this supplemental article draws the same conclusion as the main article.   Does Wind Speed Affect PM2.5? What if particulate […]

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When Wind Blows From This Direction, Shanghai’s Pollution is 5 Times More Likely to Be Toxic

Calvin Quek from Greenpeace analyzed how PM2.5 changes with depending on which way the wind is blowing in Shanghai: The data is simple. When the wind is coming from the industrialized areas to the west of Shanghai, toxic air pollution is more likely. When the wind blows in from the ocean, bad air days are much less likely. In Beijing, the […]

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