Native Flags for IMPROVE Aerosol, Regional Haze Rule II (New Equation), with substituted data
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ProtocolIDFlagStatusFlagDescriptionFlagTypeSourceColumn
1003 V4UnknownTemporaryFLAG_%
10030M1Data points with NULL values in Debbie Miller's RHR data that have a '0' value in the flag_a, flag_b, flag_c, or flag_d field.Quality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003AAM2ORGANIC ARTIFACT CORRECTEDQuality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003APV5Possible Organic ArtifactQuality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003BIM2Incorrect installation of sample cartridge during weekly changeQuality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003CGV6Clogged Filter, generally associated with fire impact. The final flow rate is less than one-half of the initial flow rate.Quality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003CLM3Clogged Filter, generally associated with fire impact. The final flow rate is less than one-half of the initial flow rate.Quality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003DAM1Did not analyzeQuality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003DBNULLV4UnknownTemporaryFLAG_%
1003DEV2Derived valueQuality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003DFV4UnknownUnknownFLAG_%
1003EEV4Unknown flagTemporaryFLAG_%
1003EPM1Equipment ProblemQuality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003LCV0UnknownUnknownFLAG_%
1003LDV0Below detection limit - at one point this flag was mapped to 'NM'Quality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003LFV6The flow is greater than 10% higher or lower than the nominal flow rate. This effects the cut point of the particle but the concentrations are correct.Quality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003MMV4UnknownUnknownFLAG_%
1003NAM1Not Applicable. This is used for missing modules with non-protocol samplers with less than four modules.Quality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003NMV0NORMALQuality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003NRV0Samples that have OP=0 that may actually have a negative OP.Quality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003NSM1Operator did not install the samples or installed them too late to acquire a valid time. All filters involved.Quality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003OLM1Off Line. In some cases, this is used when the sampler is inoperable due to hurricane or fire. For year 2000, this is used for the period after the Version 1 sampler is removed and before the Version 2 samples begins operation.Quality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003PCV5Possible contaminationQuality Assuranceflag_<n>
1003POM1Power Outage. All filters involved.Quality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003QAI1QA problem suspected, value held back for further investigationQuality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003QCV4Valid value despite failing to meet some QC or statistical criteria.Quality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003QDV4Questionable dataQuality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003RFV6The flow is greater than 20% higher or lower than the nominal flow rate. This affects the cut point of the particle but the concentrations are correct.Quality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003SAV6Used to indicate some sort of 'Sampling Anomaly', though the exact definition has yet to be satisfactorily defined.Quality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003SEV0UnknownUnknownFLAG_%
1003SOV4Sent OutTemporaryFLAG_%
1003SPV0An artifact filter was swapped with a sample filter.Quality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003SUVSA data value from another monitoring site or a modeled/estimated data value has been substituted for the original missing/invalid value.Quality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003SWV0Suspected filter swap.Quality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003TUV6Non-standard sampling conditionsQuality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003UNM2The concentrations failed the data validation for unknown reasons. Quality AssuranceFLAG_%
1003XXM2The filter is damaged. Quality AssuranceFLAG_%