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Background air quality in the AOSERP study area March 1977 to March 1980

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  • An initial objective of the air quality data acquisition program of AOSERP was to gather sufficient data to establish a baseline condition. The purpose of this brief report is to summarize ·the continuous data that has been collected, primarily in tabular and graphical form. The following sections present information for: 1. Frequency distribution analysis of one-half hour SO2 concentrations, in both graphs and tables. 2. Average and peak readings for NOx, NO2, NO3 and CO. 3. Metals in suspended particulate analysis. 4. Recommendations on how this information could best be utilized when future air quality assessments are undertaken.

  • Date created
    1981
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  • Type of Item
    Report
  • DOI
    https://doi.org/10.7939/R3RV6K
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