Air Monitoring Web Manual
The objective of the Air Monitoring Web Manual is to provide standard procedures for maintaining and operating air monitoring stations and detailed instructions for acceptance testing, maintaining, troubleshooting and calibrating specific analyzers or support equipment.
The accuracy and/or validity of data obtained from any analyzer depends upon analyzer performance and operator proficiency. Deviations from the recommended procedures set forth in this manual, as well as in the manufacturer's instruction manual, may result in the collection of invalid data.
Therefore, the station operator must become familiar with the information contained in this manual as well as each manufacturer's instruction manual in order to achieve a minimum level of competence and acceptable level of data quality.
For questions or comments related to these documents, please email the Operations and Data Support Section.
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|Number & Type||Document Name||Date Posted||File Size|
|500 chk||Meteorological Instruments||03/28/07||35.4 KB|
|500 sop T||Meteorological Parameter Procedures for Wind Speed Sensors||03/28/07||1.12 MB|
|501 sop V||Meteorological Parameter Procedure for Wind Direction Sensors||03/28/07||563 KB|
|502 sop AA||Meteorological Parameter Procedures for Inside/Outside Temperature Sensors||03/28/07||402 KB|
|503 sop U||Meteorological Parameters Percent Relative Humidity Sensors||03/28/07||1.66 MB|
|505 sop AG||Radian Lower Atmospheric||03/28/07||568 KB|
|506 sop||RM Young Model 81000 Anemometer||07/10/17||1.53 MB|
|506 chk||Ultrasonic Anemometer||05/24/17||71.5 KB|
|506 tec||RM Young Model 81000 (Sample Rate Change)||07/06/17||264 KB|