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Airborne pollen concentration depends on flowering intensity of windpollinated species. The pollen spectrum, and the variations in its composition and concentrations has been traditionally studied in correlation with weather features. But, what is the role of recent land use changes on atmospheric pollen load? The joint influence of climate and land use changes in South Spain indicates different behaviour for arboreal, herbaceous, agronomical and ruderal species pollen linked with climate but also with new agronomic practices and changes in urban planning strategies with a higher building pressure.
Airborne pollen,flowering, forest areas, Plant Pathology, Plant Pesticides, Botanical Science