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Nevada Air Quality Monitoring Network
STATUS
Operational
AVAILABILITY
Web
Surface In-Situ Networks
The Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Program of the Bureau of Air Quality Planning operates an ambient air quality monitoring network of gaseous and particulate pollutant monitors throughout rural Nevada, except those areas in Washoe and Clark County. Washoe and Clark County operate and maintain monitoring networks separate from the State and publish their findings independently.
CONTACT
John Foody
Nevada Division of Environmental Protection Bureau of Air Quality Planning
901 S. Stewart Street Carson City, Nevada 89701
775.687.9353
jfoody@ndep.nv.gov
SPECIFICATIONS
Network NameNV AQ
Collective
Facility TypeNetwork
PurposeOther (explain below)
LocationNevada
Number of Stations10
Map of Stationshttp://ndep.nv.gov/BAQP/monitoring/map.html
CategoryMeteorology, air chemistry
Parameters (Most)Ozone, Sulfur dioxide, Carbon monoxide, Nitrogen dioxide, Lead, Particulate matter (PM10 and PM2.5)
Paramters (Limited)Meteorological
Archive
Period of Record1992-Present
Temporal Resolution
Data SeasonContinuous
Data AvailabilityThe data is downloaded from the monitor four times a day, every six hours, starting at 3:00 am (however, due to equipment setup the time shown on the web is off by two hours), and uploaded to the internet.
Other PurposesCompliance
FixedYes
MobileNo
PortableNo
UPDATED ON
19 Oct 2009 15:55