In general, air pollution data in BenMAP is hierarchical – a pollutant can have multipleMetrics,
each of which has multipleStatistics (these are automatically calculated by BenMAP) and which
can have multipleSeasonal Metrics. Similarly, Seasonal Metrics have multiple Statistics.
Furthermore, air pollution data can be provided to BenMAP at any of these levels, in addition to
the daily/hourly observation level, as described in more detail inSection 4.3.
To start adding pollutant definitions to BenMAP, click on theEdit button below the Pollutants
box of theManage Setups window. The Manage Pollutants window will appear. Here you
may clickAdd to add a new Pollutant, Delete to remove a previously defined pollutant, or Edit
to modify an existing pollutant.
Add a Pollutant
Air pollution data in BenMAP is of two types - point source monitoring data, andGrid
Definitionbased modeling data. For both types, the data must be associated with a particular
pollutant. Table 4-1 describes these variables used to define a pollutant in BenMAP.
n251 - n252 - n253 - n254 - n255 - n256 - n257 - n258 - n259 - n260 - n261 - n262 - n263 - n264 - n265 - n266 - n267 - n268 - n269 - n270 - n271 - n272 - n273 - n274 - n275 - n276 - n277 - n278 - n279 - n280 - n281 - n282 - n283 - n284 - n285 - n286 - n287 - n288 - n289 - n290 - n291 - n292 - n293 - n294 - n295 - n296 - n297 - n298 - n299 - n300
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