Air Monitoring & Quality Assurance
- Program Manager: Barbara Trost
The Division of Air Quality, Air Monitoring & Quality Assurance Program operates and oversees air quality monitoring networks throughout Alaska. Our primary services include:
- Operating ambient air quality monitoring networks to assess compliance with the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for carbon monoxide, particulates, nitrogen dioxide, sulfur oxide, ozone, and lead.
- Assessing ambient air quality for ambient air toxics level.
- Providing technical assistance in developing monitoring plans for air monitoring projects.
- Issuing Air Advisories to inform the public of hazardous air conditions.
Current Air Quality
Air Monitoring Information
- Air Monitoring Network Assessments
- Air Monitoring Plans
- Standard Operating Procedures
- Quality Assurance Project Plans
- Data Validation Templates
- Exceptional Events
- Air Monitoring Site Information
- Air Quality Data by Community
- Affected Communities
- Volcanic Ashfall Information
- Wildfire Smoke / Particulate Information