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Christopher Lee Analysis of Austins Air Quality When taking an analysis of a certain areas air quality many different factors are taken into account The more factors the more accurate the analysis will be Air quality can be measured in more than one way The Ozone Forecast and the measure of Airborne Particulates are two factors that are considered when toxicologists analyze the air quality The Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission TNRCC has engaged in extensive research concerning the air quality of the entire state of Texas They are in charge of making sure the air quality statewide is acceptible and is not a hazard for the citizens of Texas Currently eight communities are participating in the Ozone Forecast Program The amount of ozone in the atmosphere measured in parts per billion ppb All eight sites across the state have an average ppb of less than 36 in the past 2 weeks which is good Austin has had a ppb of 30 in the past 2 weeks which is by far the lowest of the eight sites Each of the eight sites each have a special program that occurs on days during which the ppb passes a certain level In Austin this program is called Ozone Action Day Ozone Action Day is enacted when the average ppb passes 85 for an eight-hour span 85 ppb may seem like a lot until you take into account that cities like Houston and El Paso regularly hit the 85 ppb mark during the summer and they only take action when the ppb hits 125 Austins level for Ozone Action Day is also among the lowest in the state This further shows that the air quality of Austin is good and very healthy In recent years Austin has had an average of about 15 to 18 days per year when High Ozone Concentrations were measured This level is much lower than Houstons average of over 50
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