Chania Plain

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The Chania Plain is a relatively level landform spreading southward from the city of Chania on the island of Crete in the present day country of Greece. The Chania Plain has been used as a logical study area for air pollution transport in the vicinity of Chania.[1] In ancient times the city of Kydonia, the site of present day Chania, controlled an expansive area which included the Chania Plain lying to its south at least to Malaxa Mountain.[2]

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  1. ^ G.Karvounis, 2007
  2. ^ C.M,Hogan, 2008

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  • George Karvounis et al. (2007) On the Sensitivity of AERMOD to Surface Parameters under Various Anemological Conditions

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