Recent Air Quality

Region: South Australia

Description: The EPA’s recent air quality data is a RSS feed that includes hourly average pollutant concentrations for ozone (ppm), carbon monoxide (ppm), nitrogen dioxide (ppm), sulfur dioxide (ppm), particles (PM10) (μg/m3), fine particles (PM2.5) (μg/m3) and station index (station air quality index or AQI) for 13 EPA monitoring sites. The station index is a descriptive scale that indicates the quality of air based on a comparison between pollutant concentrations and the relevant national standards. The station index determines the station air quality which is described as either ‘very good’, ‘good’, ‘fair’, ‘poor’ or ‘very poor’. If the air quality is classified as poor, then one or more pollutants in the air have exceeded the national standard. Additional information available on the EPA website;


Team Projects Utilising Recent Air Quality

ElectronicallyE - TwoFold - Predictive and Detective Disease Management System

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