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Environmental Data Acquisition System
For information, contact Dr. Darrell W. Pepper

The Environmental Protection Agency has classified Clark County, Nevada as a "serious" non-attainment area for particulate matter (PM 10 and PM 2.5) and carbon monoxide (CO). The Nevada Center for Advanced Computational Methods (NCACM) of University of Nevada at Las Vegas, is assisting the Department of Air Quality Management (DAQM) to develop and implement a new environmental system that will provide more reliable and flexible data acquisition and monitoring services. Since the regulatory and enforcement role of the DAQM, it is required to measure and report to the public the impact of aeroallergens as well as visibility and haze issues. Around 30 monitoring stations are located throughout Clark County.

Sponsor: Department of Air Quality Management, Clark County, Nevada and Environmental Protection Agency's AIRNOW


Nevada Center for Advanced Computational Methods