This study aims to explore the trend of ambient air pollution (i.e. PM10, CO, NO2, O3) within the eight selected Malaysian air monitoring stations in Klang valley of five years database (from 2007 to 2011). It integrated statistical analysis to compare the air pollution database with the recommended Malaysian Ambient Air Quality Guidelines (MAAQG) standard and to determine the association between pollutants and meteorological factors. The geographical information system (GIS) softwarewas used to assess the spatial trend of air pollutants across the north-east and south-west monsoons and the Principal Component Analysis (PCA) to determine the major sources of the air pollution.

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