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    The datafile contains the composition and abundance of airborne pollen in the suburb of Sandy Bay (University of Tasmania), Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. The data was collected for the period between July 2007 to December 2010 as part of a large research program looking at atmospheric particles and human health and phenology of urban planted environments (see Tng et al., 2010).

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    The datafile contains the composition and abundance of airborne pollen in Onehunga, Auckland, New Zealand. The data was collected for the period between October 1989 to April 1990 as part of a nationwide survey of airborne pollen. This forms part of a study of the Australian Aerobiology working group (Haberle, Bowman, Newnham, Johnston, Beggs, Buters, Campbell, Erbas, Godwin, Green, Heute, Jaggard, Medek, Murray, Newbiggin, Thibaudon, Vicendese, Williamson, Davies “The macroecology of airborne pollen in Australian and New Zealand urban areas”).

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    The datafile contains the composition and abundance of airborne pollen collected at the University of Melbourne campus at Parkville, Melbourne, Australia for the MAPCAH study. The data were collected between September 2009 and December 2011 as part of a research program looking at the relationship between airborne pollen and asthma exacerbations in children and adolescents (Erbas et al., 2012). These data have been included as part of a study of the Australian Aerobiology working group (Haberle, Bowman, Newnham, Johnston, Beggs, Buters, Campbell, Erbas, Godwin, Green, Heute, Jaggard, Medek, Murray, Newbigin, Thibaudon, Vicendese, Williamson, Davies “The macroecology of airborne pollen in Australian and New Zealand urban areas”).

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    The datafile contains the composition and abundance of airborne pollen in the campus of the Australian National University, Canberra, ACT, Australia. The data was collected for the period between September 2007 to December 2009 as part of a large research program looking at atmospheric particles and human health and phenology of urban planted environments (unpublished).