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Wauchope Air Quality

Summary Table

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2018-01-17 12:00NANA3.0-0.97.5270.759.9939.5NA
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2018-01-17 09:
2018-01-17 08:001.3-0.04.0-12.15.9260.667.9939.63
2018-01-17 07:
2018-01-17 06:000.6-0.03.0-12.76.4255.766.2939.92
2018-01-17 05:000.5-0.03.0-13.26.4257.765.1940.42
2018-01-17 04:000.5-0.04.7-13.95.4256.364.6941.04
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2018-01-17 01:000.7-0.06.0-13.24.2242.958.7942.25
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Maximum Values1.
1 hour Standard172 11 28

denotes factor contributing to AQI.

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AQI calculated at Wauchope is approximate as the AQI calculation includes Carbon Monoxide, Ozone and Nitrogen Dioxide measurements; CO, O3 and NO2 are not measured at Wauchope.

Air Quality data is only available online for the last 24 hour period. Data for periods older than 24 hours is available in monthly dashboard reports (below), or contact the Executive Director.

AQI Levels

good 1–25
No known harmful effects to soil, water, vegetation, animals, visibility or human health.
fair 26–50
Adequate protection against harmful effects to soil, water, vegetation, animals, material, visibility and human health.
poor 51–100
Not all aspects of the environment are adequately protected from possible adverse effects. Long-term control action may be necessary, depending on the frequency, duration and circumstances of the readings.
very poor >100
In this range, futher deterioration of air quality and continued high readings could pose a risk to public health.

Dashboard Reports