Historical Ambient Air Quality Raw - Prince Albert

Historical Ambient Air Quality Raw - Prince Albert The Ministry of Environment operates a network of continuous ambient air monitoring stations to measure the concentration of air pollutants across Saskatchewan. This is considered 'raw data' that has not undergone quality control and quality assurance. 'Raw data' is not intended to provide medical or health care advice and should not be used in published documents. For best results download the entire dataset without filtering as a CSV. ‘Date and time’ as displayed is your local time. However, downloaded data is in UTC for ‘Date and time’. Any values of -9999, -999, or 9980 are invalid data. The Ministry of Environment operates a network of continuous ambient air monitoring stations. These stations are part of the National Air Pollution Surveillance (NAPS) network. Continuous ambient air monitoring stations measure the concentration of air pollutants across Saskatchewan. The data is used to: • track and report on progress for achieving air quality objectives• measure representative pollutant concentrations and determine long-term trends and• provide air quality information to the publicAir pollutants typically come from various industrial activity and natural sources, such as mining, oil and gas, agriculture, forest fires, electrical generation, and the transportation sector.Disclaimer: Hourly data contained on this website is automatically updated daily from Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment monitoring stations and is intended for informational purposes only. This is considered ‘raw data’ and may contain errors. 'Raw data' is not intended to provide medical or health care advice and should not be used in published documents. Data integrity and validity may be affected by instrument malfunctions, instrument calibrations or power failures. For more information please visit the ministry's Air Quality Monitoring page or contact the Ministry of Environment Inquiry Centre:centre.inquiry@gov.sk.ca 1-800-567-4224   2024-02-28 Government of Saskatchewan egis@gov.sk.ca Nature and Environmentair qualityair quality historicalambient airair quality dataraw dataSaskatchewanenvironmentenvironmental protectionpollutantAQMSnapsair quality historical raw original metadata (http://geohub.saskatchewan.ca)HTML https://geohub.saskatchewan.ca/maps/saskatchewan::historical-ambient-air-quality-raw-prince-albert CSVCSV https://geohub.saskatchewan.ca/api/download/v1/items/02828d99a70c4aaf9ced2df594680900/csv?layers=0

The Ministry of Environment operates a network of continuous ambient air monitoring stations to measure the concentration of air pollutants across Saskatchewan. This is considered 'raw data' that has not undergone quality control and quality assurance. 'Raw data' is not intended to provide medical or health care advice and should not be used in published documents. For best results download the entire dataset without filtering as a CSV. ‘Date and time’ as displayed is your local time. However, downloaded data is in UTC for ‘Date and time’. Any values of -9999, -999, or 9980 are invalid data.

The Ministry of Environment operates a network of continuous ambient air monitoring stations. These stations are part of the National Air Pollution Surveillance (NAPS) network. Continuous ambient air monitoring stations measure the concentration of air pollutants across Saskatchewan. The data is used to: • track and report on progress for achieving air quality objectives• measure representative pollutant concentrations and determine long-term trends and• provide air quality information to the publicAir pollutants typically come from various industrial activity and natural sources, such as mining, oil and gas, agriculture, forest fires, electrical generation, and the transportation sector.Disclaimer: Hourly data contained on this website is automatically updated daily from Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment monitoring stations and is intended for informational purposes only. This is considered ‘raw data’ and may contain errors. 'Raw data' is not intended to provide medical or health care advice and should not be used in published documents. Data integrity and validity may be affected by instrument malfunctions, instrument calibrations or power failures. For more information please visit the ministry's Air Quality Monitoring page or contact the Ministry of Environment Inquiry Centre:centre.inquiry@gov.sk.ca 1-800-567-4224

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