How air quality network data is used
Air quality data gathered by the National Air Pollution Surveillance (NAPS) Network provide the basis for evaluating air pollution control strategies, identifying urban air quality trends and for warning of emerging air pollution issues. The recognition in recent years of the importance of long range transport of air pollution (both national and international) underlines the usefulness of a nationwide network of air monitoring stations.
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