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Figure Sources of gases that cause ozone pollution
Data from EEA sectors "road transport", and "other transport" are aggregated into sector "Transport"
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Publication Spatial assessment of PM10 and ozone concentrations in Europe (2005)
This report presents particulate matter (PM10) and ground‑level ozone concentration maps covering the whole of Europe. The interpolated maps are based on a combination of measurement and regional modelling results. Using measured concentrations as a primary source of information, the report summarizes the methodologies and the methodological choices taken in order to derive such maps.
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Figure The daily summer maximum concentration of ozone, modelled mean over 5 years
Note: the calculation used constant emissions at the 1990 level and meteorological data from the five summers 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993 and 1994
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Figure The location and levels of ozone at air quality monitoring stations in Brussels on Sunday 27 July 2008
When the ozone reading is above safe levels a red triangle is displayed and the local government must notify the public and suggest precautions.
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Figure Transport emissions of air pollutants in EEA member countries
International aviation and maritime transport are not included in this figure
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Figure Trend in annual mean of daily max 8 h-mean O3 concentrations (left) and trend in 93.2 percentile of daily 8 max h-mean O3 concentrations (right) (in μg/m3) for 2001–2010 per station type
All stations in EU Member States, with at least 75 % data coverage for at least eight years were included in the analysis. Concentrations per station type are given in μg/m3. In the diagrams a geographical bias exists towards central Europe where there is a higher density of stations. The 93.2 percentile of daily max 8-h mean values is directly related to the target value for O3, as 25 days per year are allowed to have exceedances of the target value threshold of 120 μg/m3.
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Daviz Visualization Trends in O3 concentrations per station type
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Figure Twenty-sixth highest ozone 2010, based on daily running 8h max with percentage of valid measurements 75 % in μg/m3
The map shows the proximity of measured O3 concentrations to the target value set in the European Union's Air Quality Directive. At sites marked with dark orange and red dots, the daily maximum 8-hour mean O3 concentration exceeds the 120 μg/m3 threshold on more than 25 days per year (the policy target is set at max. 25 days of exceedance per year, averaged over 3 years).
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Data Octet Stream Up-to-date provisional air quality data in Europe (near real-time data)
Real-time data from around several thousand air quality measurement stations across Europe are transmitted to the EEA in Copenhagen on an hourly basis. Since the data must be as 'real-time' as possible, the data are displayed as soon as practical after the end of each hour.
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SOER Message (Deprecated) Urban environment — key message 2
Despite substantial reductions in some urban air pollutants, data for the period 1997 to 2008 show that for any given year up to 40 to 60 % of urban citizens can be exposed to concentrations of either particulate matter or ozone above the EU limits. Environmental noise, mainly from transport, continues to affect large numbers of people. Urban wastewater collection and treatment improved markedly, but discharges of some harmful chemicals remain a concern.
Located in The European environment — state and outlook 2015 Urban environment - SOER 2010 thematic assessment Key messages
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