For more information, contact
Justin D. Mayer, Manager Air
Quality Monitoring at 701.328.5188.
Theodore Roosevelt National Park - Air
Quality Monitoring Sites
of Air Quality has the primary responsibility for protecting the health
and welfare of North Dakotans from the harmful effects of air pollution.
The Air Quality Monitoring branch ensures that the ambient air quality in
North Dakota is better than the levels required by the state and federal
Ambient Air Quality Standards. To address this responsibility, the
Department operates a network of ambient air quality monitors.
to the ambient air quality monitoring sites operated by the Department,
four industrial sources of air pollutants operated air quality monitoring
sites within their immediate spheres of influence. The site locations
selected are based on computer dispersion modeling and prevailing wind
reports below were prepared specifically for two-sided printing.
Therefore, blank pages will occur in single-sided printed version.
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Annual Reports (*.pdf format)
Each annual report summarizes
all sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, ozone, ammonia, hydrogen sulfide,
and particulate matter ambient air quality data collected in North Dakota
during that year. Because of the size of the reports, viewing online may
be difficult using dial-up internet connections. If needed, a copy of the
reports may be requested by contacting the Division of Air Quality
Quarterly Reports (*.pdf format)
Williston Monitoring Data (*.pdf format)
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Williston Monitoring Data
Transboundary Monitoring Network - Estevan, SK - Burke County,