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Air Quality Data, Tools, and Resources
VIEWS is a website and database system designed to provide easy access to a wide variety of air quality data through an interactive suite of query, visualization, and analysis tools. Ground-based measurements from dozens of monitoring networks, air quality modeling results, emissions data, and NASA satellite data are available from the integrated database. VIEWS is designed to enable decision-makers to analyze diverse datasets side-by-side without having to contend with the details of data management and manipulation.    VIEWS Overview...   VIEWS 2.0 launch...
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Featured Substance
Mercury
Name:Mercury
FormulaHTML:Hg
CASNum:7439-97-6
ACXNumber:X1002555-9
Density:13.53
EvaporationRate:4
DOTNumber:UN 2809; NA 2809 ORM-B; UN 2025 Poison B
Comments:Silvery, mobile, odorless liquid.
MolecularWeight:200.59
MeltingPoint:-38.9
BoilingPoint:356.5
VaporDensity:6.9
VaporPressure:0.002
WaterSolubility:Very slightly sol. (0.002 g/100 mL at 20 C)
EPACode:K071; K106; U151; P065;P092; D009
Featured Term
Off-Shore Sources
Emissions sources occurring in the open ocean distinctly separated from land-based activities. These sources are computed by applying activity location data by emissions activity type over a spatial extent (marine shipping in an emissions model grid cell) or emissions sources that are identified by point locations (oil drilling and production platforms). The emissions from off-shore marine shipping are in the international portions of the open ocean, not associated with port activities; the emissions from ships, tugboats, and cruise vessels in and around ports and harbors are included in the nonroad mobile sources category and are regulated by states, counties, and/or air districts.
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