Air quality stations

Air quality stations The air monitoring stations measure up to 6 common pollutants like: * ground-level ozone * fine particulate matter * nitrogen dioxide * carbon monoxide * sulphur dioxide * total reduced sulphur compounds The Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks continually monitors air quality across Ontario. We use this information to: * inform the public about outdoor ambient air quality through the Air Quality Index (AQI) and Smog Advisory program * assess Ontario's air quality and evaluate long-term trends * identify areas where pollutant levels are exceeded * identify the origins of pollutants * develop air policy * provide quantitative measurements to reduce specific pollution sources * determine the significance of pollutants from long-range transports and their effects * provide air quality researchers with data to link environmental and human health effects to air quality 2022-03-29 Government of Ontario Nature and EnvironmentEnvironment and Natural ResourcesEnvironment and energyGovernment information Original metadata (https://data.ontario.ca)HTML https://data.ontario.ca/dataset/ecc29fa2-e235-4974-a86d-38da36e6238b Original metadata (https://data.ontario.ca/fr)HTML https://data.ontario.ca/fr/dataset/ecc29fa2-e235-4974-a86d-38da36e6238b MetadataPDF https://files.ontario.ca/moe_mapping/downloads/metadata/opendata/Air_Quality_Stations_metadata_EN.pdf MetadataPDF https://files.ontario.ca/moe_mapping/downloads/metadata/opendata/Air_Quality_Stations_metadata_FR.pdf Access to Air quality stationsZIP https://files.ontario.ca/moe_mapping/downloads/1Air/Air_Network.zip

The air monitoring stations measure up to 6 common pollutants like: * ground-level ozone * fine particulate matter * nitrogen dioxide * carbon monoxide * sulphur dioxide * total reduced sulphur compounds The Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks continually monitors air quality across Ontario. We use this information to: * inform the public about outdoor ambient air quality through the Air Quality Index (AQI) and Smog Advisory program * assess Ontario's air quality and evaluate long-term trends * identify areas where pollutant levels are exceeded * identify the origins of pollutants * develop air policy * provide quantitative measurements to reduce specific pollution sources * determine the significance of pollutants from long-range transports and their effects * provide air quality researchers with data to link environmental and human health effects to air quality

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