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Air Quality with respect to Respirable Suspended Particulate Matter(RSPM) in air quality stations under National Air Quality Monitoring Programme (NAMP)

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Air quality with respect to Respirable Suspended Particulate Matter (RSPM) in air quality stations under National Air Quality Monitoring Programme (NAMP) has been furnished in the data. It contains a detailed summary of Suspended Particulate Matter levels in the country. The air quality of different cities/towns has been compared with the respective National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). The data provided is annual average concentration. In addition, to above the spread of the data has been given in terms of standard deviation.
Chief Data Officer
Name: Dr. A.B. Akolkar
Designation:
Member Secretary
Ministry/State/Department: Ministry of Environment and Forests
Central Pollution Control Board
Phone:
  • +91 1122303655
Address:
Parivesh Bhawan, CBD-cum-Office Complex East Arjun Nagar, Delhi - 110 032
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Granularity:
Annual
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The ambient air quality monitoring network comprises of 342 monitoring stations covering 128 cities/towns of the country. The data is sourced from National ambient air quality status & trends in India-2008(NAMP). NA- Data not available/outlier/not classified(Less than 50 Monitoring days) ; n- number of days monitored for 16 and more hours a day; Low, Moderate, High and Critical levels of pollution based on exceedence factor (calculated for n >50 days), percentage violation of NAAQS (24 hourly average)
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The ambient air quality monitoring network comprises of 321 stations of the country. The data is sourced from National ambient air quality status & trends in India-2007(NAMP). NA- Data not available/outlier/not classified(Less than 50 Monitoring days) ; n -number of days monitored for 16 and more hours a day; Low, Moderate, High and Critical levels of pollution based on exceedence factor (calculated for n >50 days), percentage violation of NAAQS (24 hourly average)
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Annual
File Size: 22.57 KB
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The ambient air quality monitoring network comprises of 314 stations covering 120 cities/towns of the country. The data is sourced from National ambient air quality status & trends in India-2006(NAMP). NA- Data not available/outlier/not classified(Less than 50 Monitoring days) ; n -number of days monitored for 16 and more hours a day; Low, Moderate, High and Critical levels of pollution based on exceedence factor (calculated for n >50 days), percentage violation of NAAQS (24 hourly average)
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