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Maryland Ozone Exceedance Days in 2003

Maryland Ozone Exceedance Days in 2003

Maryland 8-Hour Ozone Concentrations Exceeding 2008 Health-Based Standard in ppb, Finalized Data. In 2008 EPA set the ozone standard to 75 ppb. High levels of ozone can cause health effects including increased asthma attacks and other respiratory effects. You can get more information about the health effects at http://www.epa.gov/air/ozonepollution/. This data set details which monitoring locations in Maryland exceeded the standard during the year and the maximum concentrations on the dates the standard was exceeded. More information on Maryland's air quality monitoring is available at http://www.mde.state.md.us/programs/Air/AirQualityMonitoring/Pages/index.aspx.

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NameSocrata field nameColumn name in sgr mountData typeDescription
GreenbeltgreenbeltgreenbeltNumber
FairhillfairhillfairhillNumber
EssexessexessexNumber
EdgewoodedgewoodedgewoodNumber
Southern Marylandsouthern_marylandsouthern_marylandNumber
RockvillerockvillerockvilleNumber
South Carrollsouth_carrollsouth_carrollNumber
Frederick Airportfrederick_airportfrederick_airportNumber
PG Equestrian Centerpg_equestrian_centerpg_equestrian_centerNumber
PadoniapadoniapadoniaNumber
HagerstownhagerstownhagerstownNumber
Ft Meadeft_meadeft_meadeNumber
DatedatedateCalendar date
DavidsonvilledavidsonvilledavidsonvilleNumber
AldinoaldinoaldinoNumber
State-wide Maxstate_wide_maxstate_wide_maxNumberHighest ozone reading that exceeded the standard in Maryland for the day
MillingtonmillingtonmillingtonNumber

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