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Utah Air Monitoring Network
STATUS
Operational
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The Air Monitoring Center (AMC) is responsible for operating and maintaining an ambient air monitoring network that protects the health and welfare of the citizens of Utah. The AMC provides air pollution information for the daily Air Quality, health advisories, winter season woodburn conditions, and summer season "Ozone Action Day " (Choose Clean Air Day) alerts. The AMC data is used to determine the relationship of existing pollutant concentrations to the National Ambient Air Quality Standards, to assist in the development of strategies to reduce pollution levels where necessary, and track the effectiveness of those strategies.
CONTACT
Utah Department of Environmental Quality/Air Monitoring Center
2861 Parkway Blvd Salt Lake City, UT 84119-1970
(801) 887-0760
SPECIFICATIONS
Network NameUT AQ
CollectiveMesoWest/MADIS
Facility TypeNetwork
PurposeResearch
LocationUtah
Number of Stations23
Map of Stations
Categorymeteorology, air chemistry
Parameters (Most)Ozone, Particulate Matter 10, Particulate Matter 2.5, Wind Speed, Wind Direction, Ambient Temperature
Paramters (Limited)Carbon Monoxide, Nitrogen Dioxide, Sulfur Dioxide, N0X, Lead, NO, Met (Wind Data), Relative Humidity, SWD, SWS
Archivehttp://www.airmonitoring.utah.gov/dataarchive/index.htm
Period of Record
Temporal Resolution15 minute
Data Season
Data Availability
Other PurposesAir quality
FixedNo
MobileNo
PortableNo
UPDATED ON
3 Nov 2009 12:32