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UW's Ozone Air Quality Project in Sublette County


UW's Atmospheric Science Department and the ENR program in February 2008 deployed a mobile air quality monitoring laboratory designed to study air quality in the Pinedale area. The new, state-of-the-art facility will collect data to support long term monitoring efforts by the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ). The study covers the upper Green River Basin in Sublette County, where high ozone levels have been observed during winter months. This project is being funded by DEQ and UW's SER.

Sublette County Ozone Information Page (by DEQ)

UW Seeks Volunteers in Sublette County for Air Quality Study (February 2009)

 

Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality - Air Quality Division

 
The Ozone Information Forum was held Oct. 7, 2008 in Pinedale, Wyoming (sponsored by the Sublette County Commissioners)

Q&A from the forum

Watch the video of the speakers below.

Dr. Fred Miller - Human Health Effects of Ozone PowerPoint
 
Dr. Rogene Henderson - National Regulatory Policy on Ozone PowerPoint
 
Dr. Peter Hess - Regulatory Implementation of Ozone Standards PowerPoint
 
Dr. Derek Montague (UW) Atmospheric Chemistry of Ozone PowerPoint

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