Ozone Daze

Ozone Daze

Number of days in which ozone standards were exceeded. For each city, the left figure represents 1990-94; the right figure represents 1995-99.

sources: EPA, tnrcc, environmental working group, environmental defense fund, council of state governments, public citizen, sustainable energy & economy development coalition, sierra club, clean air task force, abt associates
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