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California Federal One-Hour Ozone Designations (2003)

State of California
  • Added 19 May 2009
  • Updated 13 Sep 2018
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The federal one-hour ozone designations layer is a polygon coverage showing area designations and their classifications as per 40CFR81.305.

There are three designation categories: nonattainment, unclassifiable/attainment and attainment areas. Nonattainment areas have various classifications. Each designation and classification area has an associated date field that represents the "effective" date of the action as published in 40CFR81.305. This data layer is current as of November 2003.

Designation areas are defined pursuant to the corresponding federal national ambient air quality standard for each pollutant as per the Clean Air Act.

This dataset is from the California Air Resources Board.

Source: www.atlas.ca.gov/download.html

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Information

CategoryScience & Environment
RegionsCalifornia
MetadataDublin Core, FGDC CSDGM

Technical Details

Layer ID 759
Data type Vector polygon
Feature count 94
Attributes CONAME, ABASIN_NAM, ADIS_NAME, ADIST_TYPE, NONATTFLAG, DESIG_DATE, DESIG_TYPE, DESIG_AREA, CLASS_DATE, CLASS_TYPE
Services Vector Query API

History

Added19 May 2009
Revisions 2 - Browse all revisions
Current revision Imported on May 11, 2009 from Shapefile in NAD83 / California Albers.
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