Operation Begins For The Wyoming NCore Ambient Air Monitoring Station In Cheyenne
The following is a press release from Wyoming's Department of Environmental Quality.
The Wyoming’s Department of Environmental Quality - Air Quality Division (AQD) began operation of the Cheyenne National Core (NCore) ambient air monitoring station on January 1, 2011.
The Cheyenne NCore monitoring station is located in the City of Cheyenne’s North Cheyenne Community Park. This monitoring station is part of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) NCore Network of monitors located in all 50 States. The NCore Network was established to support long term studies ranging across health, technological, and atmospheric disciplines.
The Cheyenne NCore station will monitor for the following pollutants and meteorology parameters: Ozone, Sulfur Oxides, Nitrogen Oxides, Carbon Monoxide, Particulate Matter, Temperature, Wind Speed, Wind Direction, Precipitation, Relative Humidity, and Solar Radiation.
The AQD operates monitoring stations throughout the State of Wyoming. Real-time monitored data, including meteorological data, can be found at www.wyvisnet.com