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. 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.
^ G.Karvounis, 2007
^ C.M,Hogan, 2008
George Karvounis et al. (2007) On the Sensitivity of AERMOD to Surface Parameters under Various Anemological Conditions
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Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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