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Air Quality Monitoring: Carstairs/Crossfield Area - 1999 and 2000

Alberta Environment conducted an air quality monitoring survey in the Carstairs and Crossfield areas of Alberta on December 1 and 2, 1999. The objective of the monitoring survey was to determine air pollutant levels near industrial facilities in the area near the Town of Carstairs. The Mobile Air Monitoring Laboratory (MAML) was used to monitor air quality in the area on December 1 and 2, 1999. It monitored air quality for one hour at each of eight sites for a total of eight hours. Pollutants measured by the MAML included sulphur dioxide, hydrogen sulphide, total reduced sulphur, hydrocarbons, particulates, oxides of nitrogen, ozone, carbon monoxide and ammonia.
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Air Quality Monitoring: Edmonton, Northwest - June 2001 to March 2002

Alberta Environment is currently conducting an air quality monitoring survey near the Inland Cement facility and adjacent to Yellowhead Trail in northwest Edmonton. The survey began in June 2001 and is expected to be complete in September 2002. Alberta Environment will release a final report detailing the results of the survey by the end of 2002. The data and information presented in this report is preliminary. Therefore, conclusions regarding air quality and specifically particulate levels in northwest Edmonton should not be drawn until the completion of the study. The information presented in this report is a summary of available data from monitoring activities conducted from June 2001 to March 2002.
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Air Quality Monitoring: Edmonton, Whitemud Drive Area - June 2000 to June 2001

Alberta Environment conducted a mobile, ambient air quality monitoring study at six locations near Whitemud Drive in west Edmonton. The study consisted of four surveys, over four seasons, for one year. The objectives of monitoring this area were: (1) to determine concentrations of air pollutants representative of the monitored locations near Whitemud Drive; (2) to compare air pollutant levels to data from permanent monitoring stations in Edmonton; and (3) to compare air pollutant levels to Alberta's air quality guidelines. Alberta Environment conducts mobile air quality surveys each year as part of its air quality monitoring program. These monitoring surveys are unannounced and use the department’s Mobile Air Monitoring Laboratory (MAML). Pollutants measured by the MAML included carbon monoxide, oxides of nitrogen, ozone, particulates, hydrocarbons, sulphur dioxide, hydrogen sulphide, total reduced sulphur and ammonia.
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Air Quality Monitoring: Edson and Hinton Area - September 1999 to June 2000

Alberta Environment conducted a mobile, ambient air quality monitoring survey in the Edson and Hinton areas of Alberta. The study consisted of four weeklong surveys, over four seasons, for one year. The objectives of monitoring this area were: (1) to determine concentrations of air pollutants representative of the monitored locations in the survey area; (2) to compare air pollutant levels to data from other locations in Alberta; and (3) to compare air pollutant levels to Alberta's air quality guidelines. Alberta Environment conducts mobile air quality surveys each year as part of its air quality monitoring program. These monitoring surveys are unannounced and use the department’s Mobile Air Monitoring Laboratory (MAML). Pollutants measured by the MAML included carbon monoxide, oxides of nitrogen, ozone, particulates, hydrocarbons, sulphur dioxide, hydrogen sulphide, total reduced sulphur and ammonia. During this survey, the mobile lab monitored air quality for twenty days at eighteen sites in Edson and Hinton and downwind of industrial facilities in the Edson area. Each location was monitored for a minimum of one hour to allow comparison to the air quality guidelines. The survey obtained about 152 hours of air quality monitoring information. Sites were selected to provide data near populated areas and near industrial sites. This report represents the results of the fall (September 13 to 16, 1999), winter (February 7 to 9, 17 and 18, 2000), spring (April 18, 19, 25 to 27, 2000) and summer (June 4, 5, 13 to 16, 2000) surveys.
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Air Quality Monitoring: Grande Prairie County - 1998, December

Alberta Environmental Protection (AEP) is currently conducting an intensive air quality monitoring survey in the County of Grande Prairie. The objectives of the air monitoring survey are to: (1) determine maximum air pollutant levels in the region; (2) map the distribution of air quality within the County; and (3) compare air pollutant levels in the County with air quality guidelines and with air pollutant levels at other locations in Alberta. The monitoring survey was initiated on December 1, 1998 and is expected to be complete by the end of the calendar year 1999. This monitoring survey is part of an unannounced, routine air quality monitoring program that is conducted throughout the province by AEP. The AEP Mobile Air Monitoring Laboratory (MAML) was used to monitor air quality on 12 days in the first half of December at 23 locations in the County of Grande Prairie. Monitoring was conducted in a broad rural area west, northwest and northeast of the City of Grande Prairie between Townships 70 and 76 to the Alberta/British Columbia border. The focus of this monitoring was to collect air quality data downwind of industrial facilities and at communities in the area. Air quality parameters monitored by the MAML during this survey included sulphur dioxide, hydrogen sulphide, total reduced sulphur, hydrocarbons, particulates, oxides of nitrogen, ozone, carbon monoxide and ammonia. Additional air quality monitoring was conducted using other monitoring techniques at locations where elevated air pollutant levels were measured. The following report is a summary of air quality monitoring conducted in December 1998. AEP will conduct additional monitoring using the MAML and other monitoring techniques in the spring, summer and fall of 1999.
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Air Quality Monitoring: Grande Prairie County - 1999, April

Alberta Environment is currently conducting an intensive air quality monitoring survey in the County of Grande Prairie. Its objectives are to: (1) determine maximum air pollutant levels in the region; (2) map the distribution of air quality within the County; and (3) compare air pollutant levels in the County with air quality guidelines and with air pollutant levels at other locations in Alberta. The monitoring survey was initiated in December 1998 and is expected to be complete by the end of the 1999 calendar year. It is part of an unannounced, routine air quality monitoring program that is conducted throughout the province by Alberta Environment. The Alberta Environment Mobile Air Monitoring Laboratory (MAML) was used to monitor air quality on 12 days in April 1999 at 26 locations in the County of Grande Prairie. Monitoring was conducted in a broad rural area west, northwest and northeast of the City of Grande Prairie between Townships 70 and 76 to the Alberta/British Columbia border. The focus of this monitoring was to collect air quality data downwind of industrial facilities and at communities in the area. Air quality parameters monitored by the MAML during this survey included sulphur dioxide, hydrogen sulphide, total reduced sulphur, hydrocarbons, particulates, oxides of nitrogen, ozone, carbon monoxide and ammonia. Additional air quality monitoring was conducted using other monitoring techniques (identified on Page 2) at locations where elevated air pollutant levels were measured. The following report is a summary of air quality monitoring conducted in April 1999. A report summarizing the results of the December 1998 survey in the County of Grande Prairie is also available from Alberta Environment. Additional monitoring will be conducted using the MAML and other monitoring techniques in the summer and fall of 1999.
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Air Quality Monitoring: Grande Prairie County - 1999, June

Alberta Environment is currently conducting an intensive air quality monitoring survey in the County of Grande Prairie. The objectives of the air monitoring survey are to: (1) determine maximum air pollutant levels in the region; (2) map the distribution of air quality within the County; and (3) compare air pollutant levels in the County with air quality guidelines and with air pollutant levels at other locations in Alberta. The monitoring survey was initiated in December 1998 and is expected to be complete by the end of the 1999 calendar year. This monitoring survey is part of an unannounced, routine air quality monitoring program that is conducted throughout the province by Alberta Environment. The Alberta Environment Mobile Air Monitoring Laboratory (MAML) was used to monitor air quality on 12 days in June 1999 at 26 locations in the County of Grande Prairie. Monitoring was conducted in a broad rural area west, northwest and northeast of the City of Grande Prairie between Townships 70 and 76 to the Alberta/British Columbia border. The focus of this monitoring was to collect air quality data downwind of industrial facilities and at communities in the area. Air quality parameters monitored by the MAML during this survey included sulphur dioxide, hydrogen sulphide, total reduced sulphur, hydrocarbons, particulates, oxides of nitrogen, ozone, carbon monoxide and ammonia. Additional air quality monitoring was conducted using other monitoring techniques at locations where elevated air pollutant levels were measured. The following report is a summary of air quality monitoring conducted in June 1999. Reports summarizing the results of the December 1998 and April 1999 surveys in the County of Grande Prairie are also available from Alberta Environment. Additional monitoring will be conducted using the MAML and other monitoring techniques in the fall of 1999.
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Air Quality Monitoring: Grande Prairie County - Appendices, 1998 to 2000

Data appendices for report.
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Air Quality Monitoring: Grande Prairie County - Final Report, 1998 to 2000

Alberta Environment conducted a comprehensive air quality monitoring survey in the County of Grande Prairie from December 1998 to August 2000. Monitoring took place in a rural area west, northwest and northeast of the City of Grande Prairie between Townships 70 and 76 to the Alberta/British Columbia border. The focus was to collect air quality data downwind of industrial facilities and at communities in the area. The survey was undertaken in response to air quality concerns from residents in the County of Grande Prairie. Three types of monitoring techniques were used.
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Air Quality Monitoring: Lethbridge - 1998-99

Alberta Environment conducted a mobile air quality survey in the City of Lethbridge on eight days between September 1998 and July 1999. The objectives of the survey were to: (1) determine air quality in Lethbridge; (2) compare the air quality levels to Alberta’s air quality guidelines; and (3) compare levels in Lethbridge to other regions in the province. The results of the survey revealed no major air quality issues in Lethbridge based on this monitoring survey. Concentrations of all compounds monitored were below Alberta’s Ambient Air Quality Guidelines. The Alberta Environment Mobile Air Monitoring Laboratory (MAML) was used to monitor air quality in Lethbridge at five locations (Downtown, the Fire Hall, Park Meadows, Sportsplex and West Lethbridge). The MAML monitored for carbon monoxide, oxides of nitrogen, ozone, particulates, hydrocarbons, sulphur dioxide, hydrogen sulphide, total reduced sulphur, and ammonia. This report presents air quality levels in Lethbridge for the eight day monitoring period compared to: (1) Alberta's Ambient Air Quality Guidelines; and (2) air quality at other locations in Alberta for the same time period. Alberta Environment conducts mobile air quality surveys each year as part of its air quality monitoring program. The surveys are unannounced and use the department’s Mobile Air Monitoring Laboratory. In 1999, Alberta Environment conducted 14 mobile air quality monitoring surveys within the province.
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