The Department has developed maps to help you visualize Maryland's air quality improvements.
The maps illustrate how lower ozone levels have led to smaller problem areas.
The annual list of the 8-hour ozone concentrations exceeding the 2008 health-based National Ambient Air Quality Standard is provided below.
Click on the appropriate check mark to download the data in Excel format. Be advised that the counts of days reflect all monitors that are part of
the non-attainment area (NAA); however, only Maryland data collected by the Department and the EPA
Clean Air Status and Trends Network (CASTNET) are provided in the Excel file. A map of NAAs shows
the Maryland NAAs and surrounding jurisdictions.
Historical air quality data is also accessible at Clean Air Partners, EPA Air Data, and other data resources listed below.
Number of Days 8-Hour Ozone Concentrations Exceeded 2015 Health-Based Standard
Notes: "NAA" denotes non-attainment area, EPA CASTNET data are included since 2011.
State counts do not include special purpose monitor exceedances
Table reflects the new 2015 70ppb ozone standard.
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