Table 1: A summary of measurement site information, including the IMPROVE or STN site ID, the location of the site, the measurement network, site latitude and longitude, and the range of times in which data were analyzed in this study.

From: Residual oil combustion: a major source of airborne nickel in New York City

Site IDSite nameMeasurement networkSite coordinates (lat./long.)Analyzed time period
West of NYC (NJ, Sterling Forest)
 340070003Camden, NJSTN39.92 N, −75.1012 June 2001–31 December 2006
 340230006Trenton, NJSTN40.47 N, −74.4313 January 2001–31 December 2006
 340273001Chester, NJSTN40.79 N, −74.6806 June 2001–31 December 2006
 340390004Elizabeth, NJSTN40.64 N, −74.2113 May 2001–31 December 2006
 BRIG1Brigantine NWRIMPROVE39.47 N, −74.4501 January 2000–31 December 2006
 SFSterling ForestIMPROVE41.20 N, −74.2605 September 2000–31 December 2001; 17 April 2003–2 January 2004
     
New York City
 360610062Canal StreetSTN40.72 N, −74.0015 August 2002–31 December 2006
 NEYO1IS52, BronxIMPROVE40.82 N, −73.9001 August 2004–31 December 2006
 360050110IS52, BronxSTN40.82 N, −73.9028 January 2001–31 December 2006
 360050083Bronx bot. gardensSTN40.87 N, −73.8809 February 2000–30 December 2005
 HUNTHunter collegeNYU40.77 N, −73.9601 January 2001–31 December 2003
 CMSNYU Central MonitorNYU40.74 N, −73.9817 July 2000–30 January 2001
 OUTNYU home studyNYUVaries17 July 2000–30 January 2001
 360810124Queens CCSTN40.74 N, −73.8226 March 2001–31 December 2006
     
East of NYC (CT)
 90090027New Haven (STN)STN41.30 N, −72.9024 February 2004–31 December 2006
 90091123New Haven (IMP)STN41.31 N, −72.9208 June 2003–21 February 2004
 MOMO1Mohawk Mtn.IMPROVE41.82 N, 73.3013 September 2001–31 December 2006
 90019003WestportSTN41.12 N, −73.3426 April 2002–05 June 2003
  1. Bot., botanical; IMPROVE, Interagency Monitoring of Protected Visual Environments; lat., latitude; long., longitude; NYU, The New York University; N, north; STN, Speciation Trends Network.
  2. “NYU” as the measurement network denotes that measurements were collected in other NYU research studies.