TexAQS II Field Study
Rapid economic and population growth has continued to create air quality challenges for Texas, even as the new strategies in the State Implementation Plan (SIP) have helped control air pollution. The first step in reducing air pollution is to understand its causes, how it is formed, how it travels throughout the region, and the effectiveness of various pollution-control strategies.
In 2000, the Texas 2000 Air Quality Field Study produced scientific information and data that helped develop the one-hour ozone SIP revision for the Houston-Galveston-Beaumont area. The TexAQS II study builds on the success of the previous study and provides support to develop strategies for the new federal eight-hour ozone standard and regional-haze requirements.
TexAQS II covers an even larger area of Texas, and its findings have helped revise the SIP, which is improving air quality throughout the state and helping Texas meet the Federal Clean Air Act requirements.
More information on TexAQS II Field Study:
Contact information for TexAQS personnel and links to related information and organizations.
Technical data collected by the TexAQS II Field Study for analysis in determination of its findings.
Maps generated by the Field Study representing various aspects and areas of the study.
Reports and Analysis from the TexAQS II Field Study.
- Archived Presentations
Archived presentation files from previous workshops, seminars and conferences related to the TexAQS Field Study.