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1. Air Quality Index (AQI) Plot [EPA_PLOT_AQI]
The Air Quality Index (AQI) Plot compares AQI values for multiple pollutants for a specific location and time period. This tool displays an entire year of AQI values ? two pollutants at a time - and ...


2. Ozone Over Your House [NASA_ozoneaq_ozone_overhead]
You can find the total column ozone amount over any point on Earth for most dates between November 1978 and December 1994 and from August 1996 to today. Just click on the map. Note: This is not the ...


3. EPA Air Markets Program Data Interactive Map [EPA_Air_Markets_Program_Map]
EPA has created supplementary maps that allow the user to display geo-spatial data on an interactive 3D platform. The maps come in the form of a KMZ file (a compressed KML file) that is downloaded ...


4. Mapping Ozone Conditions Across Europe [EEA_OZONE_VIEWER]
The European Environment Agency provides a map viewer displaying up-to-date information on ozone conditions across Europe. Users can find out the level of ozone pollution their area or in any other ...


5. Airstat - A Free, Daily Air Quality Alert For Your City [airstat]
Airstat is a free, daily air quality alert for your city. Why you should care: Air pollution can be dangerous for people with asthma and other lung diseases. Limiting your exposure can reduce your ...


6. Worldview - NASA EOSDIS Tool To Interactively Browse Full-resolution Global, Near Real-time Spacecraft Imagery [NASA_EOSDIS_WORLDVIEW]
The tool from NASA's EOSDIS provides the capability to interactively browse full-resolution, global, near real-time spacecraft imagery from 3 (eventually 30+) data products from LANCE. This will support ...


7. Air Compliance Advisor (ACA) Air Pollution Control Technology Evaluation Model [EPA_ACA]
The Air Compliance Advisor (ACA) is a software tool designed to assist on-site air pollution managers in developing strategies for addressing air pollution compliance issues. The ACA utilizes source ...


8. TOXMAP: A GIS Information Portal to Environmental Health Resources [TOXMAP]
The National Library of Medicine (NLM) has an extensive collection of environmental health information, including bibliographic and factual data on hazardous chemical substances in its TOXNET databases. ...


9. ADMS-Screen - Screening Model for Air Quality Calculations [CERC_ADMS_SCREEN]
ADMS-Screen is a screening model for air quality calculations. It models dispersion from a single stack to calculate ground-level concentrations, providing rapid assessments of stack height. Comparison ...


10. ADMS-Roads Pollution Model [CERC_ADMS_ROADS]
The ADMS-Roads pollution model is a comprehensive tool for investigating air pollution problems due to small networks of roads that may be in combination with industrial sites, for instance small ...


11. ADMS 4 - Air Quality Dispersion Model [CERC_ADMS]
ADMS 4 is a dispersion model used to model the air quality impact of existing and proposed industrial installations. Current and future air quality can be assessed with respect to the air quality ...


12. Factor Information Retrieval (FIRE) Data System [EPA_webfire]
The Factor Information Retrieval (FIRE) Data System is a database management system containing EPA's recommended emission estimation factors for criteria and hazardous air pollutants. FIRE includes ...


13. Data Finder [EPA_DATA_FINDER]
Data Finder is a single place to find EPA's data sources so people can access and understand environmental information. All of the data sources are available on the Internet and have been organized ...


14. Dust REgional Atmosphere Model [ATOM_ARIZONA_DREAM]
The Dust REgional Atmosphere Model (DREAM), developed by Dr. Slobodan Nickovic, is the current research and operations workhorse. It is a deterministic numerical model that simulates the emission, ...


15. Local Trends in CO Levels [EPA_AIR_TRENDS_CARBON]
Using a nationwide network of monitoring sites, EPA has developed ambient air quality trends for carbon monoxide (CO). Trends from 1980-2008 and from 1990-2008 are shown here. Under the Clean Air ...


16. Local Trends in Lead Levels [EPA_AIR_TRENDS_LEAD]
Under the Clean Air Act, EPA sets and reviews national air quality standards for lead. Air quality monitors measure concentrations of lead throughout the country. EPA, state, tribal and local agencies ...


17. Local Trends in Ozone Levels [EPA_AIR_TRENDS_OZONE]
Using a nationwide network of monitoring sites, EPA has developed ambient air quality trends for ozone. Trends are shown here for the 8-hour ozone standards. Under the Clean Air Act, EPA sets and ...


18. Local Trends in Particulate Matter Levels [EPA_AIR_TRENDS_PM]
Using a nationwide network of monitoring sites, EPA has developed ambient air quality trends for particle pollution, also called Particulate Matter (PM). Trends from 1990-2008 are shown here for PM2.5 ...


19. Local Trends in Sulfur Dioxide Levels [EPA_AIR_TRENDS_SULFUR]
Using a nationwide network of monitoring sites, EPA has developed ambient air quality trends for sulfur dioxide (SO2). Trends from 1980-2008 and from 1990-2008 are shown here. Under the Clean Air ...


20. EPA's Repository of Total Organic Compound (TOC) and Particulate Matter (PM) Speciation Profiles of Air Pollution Sources [EPA_SPECIATE]
SPECIATE is the EPA's repository of total organic compound (TOC) and particulate matter (PM) speciation profiles of air pollution sources. Among the many uses of speciation data, these source profiles ...


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