In the early 1950s, the science of air pollution was energized by the discovery that ground-level ozone was the main chemical in “smog”, a conjunction of “smoke” and “fog” that soon became a household word.
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12/1/14 Climate Protection Committee Meeting
(Video streams live at 9:30am)
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11/24/2014 Stationary Source Committee Meeting Webcast Archive
(90 kb PDF, 16 pgs)
11/19/2014 My Air Quality: Using Sensors to Know What's in Your Air Webcast archive will be
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Agendas, Minutes and Media
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Zipped ArcGIS Shapefiles of CARE Impacted Communities Map (BAAQMD, 2009)
Zipped ArcGIS Shapefiles of Revised 2013 CARE Cumulative Impact Boundaries Map (BAAQMD, 2013)
Zipped ArcGIS Shapefiles of Episodic 24 hr PM2.5 Exceedance Map (BAAQMD, 2014)
Zipped ArcGIS Shapefiles of Episodic 8 hr Ozone Exceedance Map (BAAQMD, 2014)
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