Ozone Monitoring Pilot Project National Petroleum Reserve Inigok, Alaska

Ozone is a powerful oxidant, a respiratory hazard and pollutant, which is why there is an established 8-hour ozone standard not to be exceeded more than three times in a year. This report summarizes and analyzes ozone data measured at the BLM Inigok site located in a remote area on Alaska’s North Slope in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska (NPR-A). Due to the remote location, monitoring was only conducted from June to August 2014. Results are compared with ozone data measured at Barrow and Umiat.

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ISO Topics climatologyMeteorologyAtmosphere
Primary Contact Kenneth (Alan) Peck (kpeck@blm.gov)
Other Contacts V.J.Maisonet (Email: vmaisonetmontanez@blm.gov, Phone: (907) 271 5713)
Primary Organization Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation
Funding Organizations US Bureau of Land Management
Other Organizations US Bureau of Land Management
Organization Types Federal, State
Geo-keywords North Slope
Start Date 2014-05-01
Created April 10, 2017, 03:45 (AKDT)
Last Updated February 14, 2022, 10:29 (AKST)