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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
Copper
Name:Copper
FormulaHTML:Cu
CASNum:7440-50-8
ACXNumber:X1002511-7
Density:8.92
DOTNumber:UN 1325; UN 1587
Comments:Odorless solids. AIR/MOISTURE SENSITIVE.
MolecularWeight:63.546
MeltingPoint:1083
BoilingPoint:2595
WaterSolubility:0.01 g/100 mL. Insoluble
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IMPROVE algorithm, revised
Algorithm used to calculate light extinction from IMPROVE monitoring data, developed in 2005. The revised algorithm includes: variable scattering efficiencies for sulfates, nitrates, and organic matter; a larger multiplier to calculate organic mass from organic carbon; inclusion of site-specific Rayleigh scattering; inclusion of extinction from sea salt; and inclusion of extinction from NO2 (optional).
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