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<center>This is an open community workspace to develop technically illustrative examples applying the procedures and criteria under EPA's Exceptional Events Rule</center>
 
<center>This is an open community workspace to develop technically illustrative examples applying the procedures and criteria under EPA's Exceptional Events Rule</center>
<center> Exceptional Air Pollution Events include unplanned fires or destructive storms. </center>
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<center> Exceptional air quality events are natural (e.g. fires, storms) or events that are not reasonably controllable or preventable. </center>
  
 
===Participants - See more... ===
 
===Participants - See more... ===

Revision as of 14:40, September 25, 2007

This is an open community workspace to develop technically illustrative examples applying the procedures and criteria under EPA's Exceptional Events Rule
Exceptional air quality events are natural (e.g. fires, storms) or events that are not reasonably controllable or preventable.

Participants - See more...

What's New

Schedule

  1. 07-05-10 GWS Telecon

Demo Outline

<ask></ask> See Discussion

Demo Discussion

Demo Datasets


Barcelona Links

Barcelona Demo Participants GEOSS Workshop

This wiki space has been established and is managed by Rudolf Husar, who is working as an EPA contractor.

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