Automatic detection of airborne pollen: an overview

Last updated on 1-8-2022 by Nicolas Bruffaerts

Peer reviewed scientific article

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Pollen monitoring has traditionally been carried out using manual methods first developed in the early 1950s. Although this technique has been recently standardised, it suffers from several draw-backs, notably data usually only being available with a delay of 3–9 days and usually delivered at a daily resolution. Several automatic instruments have come on to the market over the past few years, with more new devices also under development. This paper provides a comprehensive overview of all available and developing automatic instruments, how they measure, how they identify airborne pollen, wh…

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