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Ministry of Environment and Forests, Central Pollution Control Board
Source: data.gov.in
Air quality with respect to Ammonia in air quality stations under National Air Quality Monitoring Programme (NAMP) has been furnished in the data. It contains a detailed summary of Ammonia levels in the country. The air quality of different cities/towns has been compared with the respective National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). The air quality has been categorized into four broad categories based on an Exceedance Factor (the ratio of annual mean concentration of a pollutant with that of a respective standard). The four categories are low, moderate, high and critical levels. In addition, to above the spread of the data has been given in terms of standard deviation.
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Last Updated: 03/06/14
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Ministry of Environment and Forests, Central Pollution Control Board
Source: data.gov.in
The data refers to ambient water quality of Aquatic Resources in India. The minimum, maximum and mean values of water quality parameters like Temperature, Dissolved Oxygen(D.O.), pH, Conductivity, Biochemical Oxygen Demand(B.O.D), Nitrate-N and Nitrite-N, Fecal Coliform and Total Coliform are given in the dataset.
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Last Updated: 22/12/14
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Ministry of Environment and Forests, Central Pollution Control Board
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Air quality with respect to Suspended Particulate Matter (SPM) 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.
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Last Updated: 04/06/14
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Ministry of Environment and Forests, Central Pollution Control Board
Source: data.gov.in
Air quality with respect to Particulate Matter under National Air Quality Monitoring Programme (NAMP) has been furnished in the data. It contains a detailed summary of city-wise Particulate Matter levels (having aerodynamic diameter less than or equal to 10 micrometer) in the country. The air quality of different cities/towns has been compared with the respective standard. The air quality has been categorized into four broad categories based on an Exceedance Factor (the ratio of annual mean concentration of a pollutant with that of a respective standard). The four categories are low, moderate, high and critical levels. In addition to above the spread of the data has been given in terms of standard deviation.
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Last Updated: 22/12/14
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Ministry of Environment and Forests, Central Pollution Control Board
Source: data.gov.in
Air quality with respect to Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) in air quality stations under National Air Quality Monitoring Programme (NAMP) has been furnished in the data. It contains a detailed summary of Nitrogen dioxide (NO2) levels in the country has been furnished. The air quality of different cities/towns has been compared with the respective National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). The air quality has been categorized into four broad categories based on an Exceedance Factor (the ratio of annual mean concentration of a pollutant with that of a respective standard). The four categories are low, moderate, high and critical levels. In addition to above the spread of the data has been given in terms of standard deviation.
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Last Updated: 22/12/14
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Ministry of Environment and Forests, Central Pollution Control Board
Source: data.gov.in
Air quality with respect to Sulfur Dioxide in air quality stations under National Air Quality Monitoring Programme (NAMP) has been furnished in the data. It contains a detailed summary of Sulfur Dioxide levels in the country. The air quality of different cities/towns has been compared with the respective National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). The air quality has been categorized into four broad categories based on an Exceedance Factor (the ratio of annual mean concentration of a pollutant with that of a respective standard). The four categories are low, moderate, high and critical levels. In addition, to above the spread of the data has been given in terms of standard deviation.
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Last Updated: 02/05/16
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Ministry of Environment and Forests, Central Pollution Control Board
Source: data.gov.in
City and location wise ambient air quality in residential, industrial, rural, others and ecologically sensitive areas have been provided in the data. Details of ambient air quality with respect to air quality parameters, like Sulfur dioxide, Nitrogen dioxide and Particulate Matter (having an aerodynamic diameter less than or equal to 10 micrometer) Respirable Suspended Particulate Matter(RSPM), Suspended Particulate Matter(SPM) etc. are given in the datasets. Annual average in each city and its categorization for different pollutant is also represented in the datasets. The air quality has been categorized into four broad categories based on an Exceedence Factor (the ratio of annual mean concentration of a pollutant with that of a respective standard). The four categories are low, moderate, high and critical levels. The data is sourced from National ambient air quality status & trends in India.
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Last Updated: 22/12/14
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Ministry of Environment and Forests, Central Pollution Control Board
Source: data.gov.in
The data refers to the Comprehensive Environmental Pollution Index (CEPI) scores of the critically polluted industrial clusters/areas. The index captures the various dimensions of environment including air, water and land. Comprehensive Environmental Pollution Index (CEPI), which is a rational number to characterize the environmental quality at a given location following the algorithm of source, pathway and receptor have been developed. The main objective of the study is to identify polluted industrial clusters or areas in order to take concerted action and to centrally monitor them at the national level to improve the current status of their environmental components such as air and water quality data, ecological damage, and visual environmental conditions.
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Last Updated: 13/02/14
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