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National Air Quality and Emissions Trends Report, 1995

Information provided for informational purposes onlyNote: EPA no longer updates this information, but it may be useful as a reference or resource.

General Information

.  Preface
.  Acknowledgments
.  Disclaimer



This is the twenty-third annual report on air pollution trends in the United States issued by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The report is prepared by the Air Quality Trends Analysis Group (AQTAG) in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina and is directed toward both the technical air pollution audience and other interested parties and individuals. AQTAG solicits comments on this report and welcomes suggestions regarding techniques, interpretations, conclusions, or methods of presentation. Please forward any response to the Trends Team, (MD-14) U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Air Quality Trends Analysis Group, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, 27711. For additional air quality data, readers can access the Aerometric Information Retrieval System’s (AIRS) executive software from the AIRS bulletin board system on the Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards’ (OAQPS) Technology Transfer Network (TTN). Electronic copies of trends graphics and spreadsheets can be obtained from the Ambient Monitoring Technology Information Center (AMTIC) bulletin board system of the TTN. To gain access by modem, dial 919-541-5742. Internet users can access EPA’s homepage at: (https://www.epa.gov) or the TTN homepage at the following World Wide Web address: (http://ttnwww.rtpnc.epa.gov). For help in accessing OAQPS’ TTN, dial 919-541-5384.



The Trends Team would like to acknowledge Kate Ramoth of Indus Corporation for assistance with layout design, tables, and graphics; the parties who reviewed this report prior to publication for their comments; and the following individuals for their extensive contributions in a variety of areas: Willis Beal, Dr. Shao-Hang Chu, William Cox, Jack Edwardson, David Misenheimer, Sharon Nizich, Anne Pope, and Dr. Albert Wehe.



This report has been reviewed and approved for publication by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards. Mention of trade names or commercial products are not intended to constitute endorsement or recommendation for use.

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