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Acid Rain Program 2008 Progress Report - Data Access

Some of the files that constitute this report are provided in Excel spreadsheet format. Open it with your installed version of Excel or download a free copy of the Microsoft Excel viewer

2008 Progress Report Data Files

Online Appendices

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Appendix 1 - Detailed Unit-Level Emission and Allowance Data Excel Spreadsheet

ECM Data

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Figure 1: SO2 Emissions from Acid Rain Program Sources, 1980-2008 Image
Figure 2: State-by-State SO2 Emission Levels for Acid Rain Program Sources, 1990-2008 Image
Figure 3: SO2 Emissions and the Allowance Bank, 1995-2008 Image
Figure 4: Average Monthly SO2 Allowance Price, August 1994-May 2009 Image
Figure 5: NOx Emission Trends for All Acid Rain Program Units, 1990-2008 Image
Figure 6: State-by-State NOx Emission Levels for Acid Rain Program Sources, 1990-2008 Image
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ECM Analyses

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Figure 1: Trends in Electricity Generation, Fossil Energy Use, Prices, and Emissions from the Electric Power Industry, 1990-2008 Image
Figure 2: SO2 Emissions from Acid Rain Program Sources, 1980-2008 Image
Figure 3: SO2 Emissions and the Allowance Bank, 1995-2008 Image
Figure 4: Cumulative SO2 Allowances Transferred Under the ARP (through 2008) Image
Figure 5: SO2 Allowances Transferred under the ARP Image
Figure 6: NOx Emission Trends for All Acid Rain Program Units, 1990-2008 Image
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Environmental Results

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Figure 1: National SO2 Air Quality, 1980-2008 Image
Figure 2: Annual Mean Ambient SO2 Concentration Image
Figure 3: Annual Mean Ambient Sulfate Concentration Image
Figure 4: Annual Mean Ambient Total Nitrate Concentration Image
Figure 5: Annual Mean Wet Sulfate Deposition Image
Figure 6: Annual Mean Wet Inorganic Nitrogen Deposition Image
Figure 7: Ambient Mercury Monitoring Locations Image
Figure 8: Trends in Lake and Stream Water Chemistry at LTM Sites, 1990-2007, Sulfate Ion Concentration (μeq/L/yr) Image
Figure 9: Trends in Lake and Stream Water Chemistry at LTM Sites, 1990-2007, Nitrate Ion Concentration (μeq/L/yr) Image
Figure 10: Trends in Lake and Stream Water Chemistry at LTM Sites, 1990-2007, ANC Levels (μeq/L/yr) Image
Figure 11: Northeastern Lakes by ANC Status Category, 1992-1994 versus 2005-2007 Image
Figure 12: Acidification Categories of Sites Sampled in the March 2004 Survey Image
Figure 13: Annual Average Wet Deposition of Sulfate and Nitrate in the Shenandoah National Park and Surrounding Areas, 1990-2008 Image
Figure 14: Annual Average Air Concentration of SO2, Oxidized Nitrogen, SO4, and Reduced N in the Shenandoah National Park and Surrounding Areas, 1990-2008 Image
Figure 15: Annual Average Surface Water Sulfate and Nitrate Concentration in the Central Appalachian Mountain Region, 1990-2006, Compared with ANC Image
Figure 16: Comparison of Critical Load Exceedances in Central Appalachian Mountain Streams before and after Implementation of the Acid Rain Program Image
Figure 17: Ambient Sulfur Concentrations at CASTNET Sites in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia Image
Figure 18: Ratios of Ammonium versus Sulfate, as Measured at CASTNET Locations in 2007 Image
Figure 19: U.S. Sulfur Dioxide Emissions from ARP Sources and Ambient Sulfate Concentrations, 1990 Image
Figure 20: U.S. Sulfur Dioxide Emissions from ARP Sources and Ambient Sulfate Concentrations, 2008 Image
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2008 Highlights

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Figure 1: SO2 Emissions from Acid Rain Program Sources, 1980-2008 Image
Figure 2: State-by-State SO2 Emission Levels for Acid Rain Program Sources, 1990-2008 Image
Figure 3: SO2 Emissions and the Allowance Bank, 1995-2008 Image
Figure 4: SO2 Allowances Transferred under the ARP Image
Figure 5: NOx Emission Trends for All Acid Rain Program Units, 1990-2008 Image
Figure 6: Annual Mean Wet Sulfate Deposition Image
Figure 7: Annual Mean Wet Inorganic Nitrogen Deposition Image
Figure 8: Trends in Lake and Stream Water Chemistry at LTM Sites, 1990-2007, Sulfate Ion Concentration (μeq/L/yr) Image
Figure 9: Trends in Lake and Stream Water Chemistry at LTM Sites, 1990-2007, ANC Levels (μeq/L/yr) Image
Figure 10: U.S. Sulfur Dioxide Emissions from ARP Sources and Ambient Sulfate Concentration, 1990 Image
Figure 11: U.S. Sulfur Dioxide Emissions from ARP Sources and Ambient Sulfate Concentration, 2008 Image
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