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Revision as of 18:22, April 16, 2013

Exceptional Event (EE):

An air quality exceedance that would not have occured but for the presence of a natural/nonrecurring event.

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This is a community workspace to support the analyses of Exceptional Events flagging and documentation.
Contributions are welcome of observations, models, tools, methods, analyses and discussions
Ideas on wiki contents and layout will be most appreciated!! - Start Here

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News/Events


See all News, Add News

Outcomes


EE Toolbox

Tools and Methods
Datasets
User Support
EE-Related Resources
Reports, Papers | Websites

Air Pollution Events

Illustrative EE Analyses
General EE Catalog
Difficult Cases
Regulatory

Participate

Issues & Discussion
Regulatory | Scientific | Technical Discussions


This open community wiki space has been established and is managed by Rudolf Husar, who is working as an EPA contractor. Any information presented on this website or any contribution by EPA personnel to the discussion on this website should not be construed as representing the Agency's position on these issues.