Air Pollution Data Sources is a page that provides a summary (including links) of all EPA data systems with air quality and emissions data (reports, maps, and other summaries).
AIRData access to annual summaries of air pollution data.
AIRNOW is the EPA site with current Air Quality Index (AQI) levels indicating how clean the air is and whether it will affect your health.
AQS Data Mart is a storehouse of air quality information designed to make air quality data more accessible and useful to the scientific and technical community.
Air Explorer is a collection of user-friendly visualization tools for air quality analysts. The tools generate maps, graphs, and data tables dynamically.
CDX (Central Data Exchange) is the EPA's electronic reporting site.
State and Local Air/Environmental Agencies links to regional, state and local agency pages.
AMTIC (Ambient Monitoring Technology Information Center) contains information and files on ambient air quality monitoring programs, details on monitoring methods, relevant documents and articles, information on air quality trends and nonattainment areas, and federal regulations related to ambient air quality monitoring.
CHIEF (Clearinghouse for Inventories and Emissions Factors) is the EPA site that includes the NEI (National Emissions Inventory) database. The NEI replaces AFS as the EPA's repository of air emissions information for facilities, area, and mobile sources.
AFS (AIRS Facility Subsystem) formerly a subsystem of the Aerometric Information Retrieval System (AIRS) now operated and maintained by the EPA's Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance (OECA).
The following links are pointers to other hosts and locations on the Internet. This information is provided as a service. However, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency does not endorse, approve or otherwise support the non-EPA sites.
Exchange Network for AQS data exchange (Node to node)
ECOS (Environmental Council of the States)
IMPROVE (National Park Service visibility data, operated by Colorado State University)