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Data Visualization Maximum ozone hole area
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Data Visualization Octet Stream Maximum ozone hole area
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Highlight Ozone pollution in Europe: fewer alert days but concentrations still high
Air pollution by ground-level ozone continued to affect many countries across Europe during summer 2014, according to a new briefing published by the European Environment Agency (EEA). Almost all reporting countries exceeded at least once the long-term objective set by EU legislation, while the stricter alert threshold was exceeded only on four occasions.
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Figure backup file Number of days on which ozone concentrations exceeded the information threshold during the summer of 2014 (provisional data)
Ozone concentrations higher than the information threshold were reported from monitoring sites in 16 EU Member States and two non-member countries. No exceedances were reported from Andorra, Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Finland, Ireland, Lichtenstein, Lithuania, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia and Sweden in summer 2014.
Located in Environmental topics Air pollution by ozone Summer 2014 ozone assessment
Figure Number of days on which the 2012 target value for the protection of human health was exceeded (summers of 2012, 2013 and 2014)
The 2012 target value was exceeded in 14 reporting EU Member States (Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Luxembourg, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain) and in two of the other reporting countries with enough data in the three years period (Serbia and Switzerland).
Located in Environmental topics Air pollution by ozone Summer 2014 ozone assessment
Figure File Number of days on which ozone concentrations exceeded the long-term objective for the protection of human health during summer 2014 (provisional data)
Located in Environmental topics Summer 2014 ozone assessment Number of days on which ozone concentrations exceeded the long-term objective for the protection of human health during summer 2014 (provisional data)
Figure File Number of days on which the 2012 target value for the protection of human health was exceeded (summers of 2012, 2013 and 2014)
Located in Environmental topics Summer 2014 ozone assessment Number of days on which the 2012 target value for the protection of human health was exceeded (summers of 2012, 2013 and 2014)
Figure Number of days on which ozone concentrations exceeded the long-term objective for the protection of human health during summer 2014 (provisional data)
The long-term objective (LTO, i.e. the maximum daily 8-hour mean concentration of ozone should not exceed 120 μg/m3) was exceeded in almost all Member States and in 81% of all reporting stations - except Croatia, Estonia, Ireland, Romania and Serbia.
Located in Environmental topics Air pollution by ozone Summer 2014 ozone assessment
Figure File backup file Number of days on which ozone concentrations exceeded the information threshold during the summer of 2014 (provisional data)
Located in Environmental topics Summer 2014 ozone assessment Number of days on which ozone concentrations exceeded the information threshold during the summer of 2014 (provisional data)
Highlight Hot summer weather exacerbating ozone pollution
Unusually high temperatures this summer may be contributing to poor air quality in many European cities. Thresholds to protect health from ground-level ozone have been exceeded across Europe in recent weeks, according to preliminary data reported to the European Environment Agency (EEA).
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