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Jan 25-II

 

Interesting read from Worasom Kundhikanjana:

 

https://towardsdatascience.com/identifying-the-sources-of-winter-air-pollution-in-bangkok-part-i-d4392ea608dc -   7 min / Part I

https://towardsdatascience.com/identifying-the-sources-of-winter-air-pollution-in-bangkok-part-ii-72539f9b767a -   9 min / Part II

 

" Conclusion

The PM 2.5 level has a complex relationship with various factors: number of fires, weather patterns, and traffic. But this analysis confirms the suspicion that many people have — agricultural burning is the root cause of PM 2.5 pollution in Thailand. Burning activities as far as 720 km away from Bangkok, an area which extends into Myanmar, Laos, and Cambodia, can cause air problems in Bangkok. Solving this problem will not be easy. It will require a collaborative international effort among the Southeast Asian countries. "

 

Thanks to 'seb2015' posting the links in

https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1142080-bangkok-air-pollution-2020/

 

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Jan 26

 

Usually you don't smell it,

if you see it, it might be haze, mist, early morning fog.

But it is dust. Today a lot of it in our area...

 

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Would be interesting to know when the powerplant starts working.

 

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Jan 27

 

This morning 05:00

PHRAE 185

LAMPANG 220

HPH Ta See Lampang 441

(from. aqicn.org)

 

In our house/Phrae 260-290 night

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Jan 27

 

Today

 

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Screenshot 11:12   Ta-See 441                              12:00 no more 'Ta see'

 

 

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Phrae 4:46                                                8:31

 

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Phrae 8:48                                               9:54  North of Phrae - 20 km

 

 

image.png.f7db50ef5cb646cb3892c3be84a19d6b.png Phrae 9:27 near Imm. Office

 

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Jan 27

 

Today

 

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Screenshot 11:12   Ta-See 441                              12:00 no more 'Ta see'

 

 

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Phrae 4:46                                                8:31

 

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Phrae 8:48                                               9:54  North of Phrae - 20 km

 

 

image.png.f7db50ef5cb646cb3892c3be84a19d6b.png Phrae 9:27 near Imm. Office

 

image.png.9937b6e3652941bd396fba5ad9539b8a.png Phrae 9:27 near Imm. Office

 

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Sorry to hear that - crikey that is almost off the scale. 

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Jan 28 

 

Nothing to say, it's grey, milky grey outside the whole day.

The PM2.5 levels were around 280 in the morning,

came down to 100 in the late afternoon and now?

... I'm too lazy(?) to have a look.

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Jan 29

 

AQI last night seems under 200. - Phrae at 8:00 shows 199.

At our place 20 km north of Phrae this morning a bit over 200.

Very cold, 16 C./60 F.

 

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Today's 'winner':

1.  Phrao in the North   -   387  at 9:00

2.  Saraburi north of BKK   -   358  at 8:00  

3.  Sam Ngao Hospital, near Tak   -   335  at 10:00

 

 

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Jan 29-II

 

aqicn.org, they are joking, aren't they?

I'm afraid somebody might be already sitting/watching in my computer?

But here a screenshot:

 

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Btw, I didn't change to Italic and to smaller size!?

 

So why don't add another screenshot?

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Jan 30

 

Almost the same situation as yesterday.  image.png.ac13f79913fd741d1d09d43e18c22d1d.png

The winner today again Phrao.

But a lot of other unhealthy areas:

Chiang Mai

Lampang

Mae Sot

Kanchanaburi

most of Bangkok moderate

                                                

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Jan 31 

 

Since yesterday afternoon much 'better',  AQI 80 - 120.

Today at noon Phrae city 60, in the village 90 - 100.

aqicn shows 178 for Phrae(?), AirVisual 135.

[ of course, always depending on time and place ]

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image.png.c1e0adf627232117a5c39cf074228317.png Phrae 12:00 AQI 165

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Jan 31-II

 

Another (basic)website:

 

1.   http://www.aqmthai.com/aqi.php?lang=en

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click on the calendar for the date-next box for the time-then 'ok'

 

 

2.   http://www.aqmthai.com/public_report.php

Here you'll find all the stations reporting hourly.

There is always a table and sometimes a graph version.

[the Thai names: compare with #1 or copy&paste into some translator]

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This for Phrae69t image.png.f5e92a5980843891a34fe9373bb97f73.png

 

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Feb 1

 

2,000 views until today,  very impressing. - Thank You.

I would be happy about any additional contribution...  

Red, red, red, almost all Thailand. - Phrae too, 173 at noon.

 

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Feb 1-II

 

berkeleyearth.org had technical problems since Jan 26.

Now there is are maps of today, 6:00 ICT.

image.png.4124c64750188fec3132a31538c9b17c.png  image.png.77fe67d1756b4a20f83f1866a64e3c7e.png impressive?

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