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Monitoring Data Sets and Analysis Tools for the VIEWS/TSS Web Sites. WRAP Workshop on Monitoring & Data for Regional Analysis TSS Team May 15, 2008. Additional Pollutant/Met Data and Analysis Tools for VIEWS/TSS Web. Which networks (& what parameters) provide the most useful data for WRAP?

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Monitoring data sets and analysis tools for the views tss web sites

Monitoring Data Sets and Analysis Tools for the VIEWS/TSS Web Sites

WRAP Workshop on Monitoring & Data

for Regional Analysis

TSS Team

May 15, 2008


Additional pollutant met data and analysis tools for views tss web
Additional Pollutant/Met Data and Analysis Tools for VIEWS/TSS Web

  • Which networks (& what parameters) provide the most useful data for WRAP?

  • What tools related to regulatory compliance would most benefit states and tribes?

  • What other analyses for PM, ozone, mercury and nitrogen deposition do states need?

  • Following examples are CONCEPTUAL – don’t get hung up on the details


Summer hourly pm 2 5 pollutant rose and daily pm 2 5
Summer Hourly PM VIEWS/TSS Web2.5 Pollutant Rose and Daily PM2.5

1. Summary of hourly data in pollutant rose – what directions do high hourly PM2.5 events come from and how often?2. Summary of daily PM2.5 vs. daily standard for same time period

Daily Standard


O 3 and nitrogen plume differences urban vs rural
O VIEWS/TSS Web3 and Nitrogen Plume Differences, Urban vs. Rural

1. Ozone timeline for July 2004 at an urban (top) and rural (bottom) site in Georgia.2. Timeline of the NOx/NOy ratio below the ozone trace. This ratio can be used to determine if the nitrogen oxide plume is recent or aged. Ratios close to 1 imply fresh emissions; ratios less than 1 imply increasing age with lower value.3. Note the differences between the urban and rural traces: - Higher urban O3 peaks; lower urban O3 at night - Older plume assumed at rural site based on NOx/NOy ratio


Dynamic contour maps
Dynamic Contour Maps VIEWS/TSS Web

A single contour map combining networks would enhance the understanding of sulfate across the country by including both rural and urban areas, and significantly increasing the site density.


Ozone site selection and regional overview 1
Ozone Site Selection and Regional Overview (1) VIEWS/TSS Web

2006 4th highest 8-hour averages at non-urban sites

Metric Selection for Data Bubbles

NAAQS Exceedances:

> 4th highest 8-hr average (select YR)

> No. of exceedances (select YRs)

NAAQS Violations:

> 3-yr avg. 4th highest 8-hr avg. (select YR)

> No. of violations (select YRs)


Ozone site selection and regional overview 2
Ozone Site Selection and Regional Overview (2) VIEWS/TSS Web

1. Select site to pull up ozone and associated data from multiple nearby networks. 2. Refine time period selection (next page) to review specific episodes.

Wind Cave NP, SD

~ O3 ~ WD

Badlands NP, SD

Campbell County, WY

Thunder Basin National Grasslands, WY


Ozone site selection and regional overview 3

Wind Cave NP, SD Network VIEWS/TSS Web

~ O3 ~ WD

Badlands NP, NPS Network

Campbell County, WY DEQ Network

Thunder Basin National Grasslands, WY DEQ Network

Ozone Site Selection and Regional Overview (3)

Ozone and wind direction data from nearby sites (three separate networks) are shown for about 1 week around the highest 8-hr ozone measured at Wind Cave in 2006.


Monitoring data summary 4 30 2008

Monitoring Data Summary 4/30/2008 VIEWS/TSS Web

Max WS Site 1

Max WS Site 2

Site 1

Site 2

SX-EW

Sanctuary

Site 1

Site 2

Site 3

Site 4

Particulate Concentration Summary

Flash Movie goes here

(Four Peeks)

Red dots indicate that all 15-minute average wind directions for that hour came from the same direction (petal) on a 16-point wind rose.

Sparklines are scaled to the maximum wind speed for the entire period.


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