AirToxScreen Mapping Tool
The AirToxScreen Mapping Tool includes tabs for the 2019, 2018, and 2017 AirToxScreen assessments. Just select the tab for the year and information you want to view. (NOTE: Use caution when comparing different assessment years. See our Frequent Questions for more.)
The AirToxScreen Mapping Tool displays cancer risks, emissions data, and other AirToxScreen data on a map. Users can "zoom" to areas of interest using the map's search tool, select census tracts to see summary level information about risk from air toxics, and view other AirToxScreen data and results.
The current version of the AirToxScreen Mapping Tool includes the following data layers:
- total cancer risks for each U.S. census tract
- cancer breakdown by pollutant and emissions type
- emissions data for point-source sector emissions modeled in AirToxScreen
- air toxics monitoring sites with monitoring data
Upcoming updates to the Tool will include
- emissions data for all emission sources modeled in AirToxScreen
- chronic noncancer hazard indexes
- modeled ambient concentrations (tract-level)
You can use the AirToxScreen Mapping Tool on a computer or mobile device.
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