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Green Book

Green Book Map Download


Go to: Data Download | GIS Download | Map Download

This page provides links to sets of maps available throughout the Green Book. Maps are updated each time a new version of the Green Book is posted with each map displaying the update month/year date. Links for new sets of maps will be added to this page as nonattainment areas are redesignated to maintenance for new standards, and as areas for new National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) are designated.

The maps are downloadable as zipped PDF files. The filenames of the zipped maps include the date the Green Book was posted. The individual state maps have been generated with ESRI shapefiles for the NAAQS listed below. Since area shapefiles are not available for standards other than those designated before 2004, maps for older NAAQS are national maps based on whole county boundaries. 

The shapefiles used to generate these maps are available in the GIS Download section.

8-Hour Ozone (2008 Standard)

8-Hour Ozone (1997 Standard-revoked 4/6/2015)

PM-2.5 (2012 Standard)

PM-2.5 (2006 Standard)

PM-2.5 (1997 Standard)

Lead (2008 Standard)

SO2 (2010 Standard)

Criteria Pollutants

To save the download file, click on the link. In some browsers, you will be given the choice of opening or saving the zipped files. Identify a directory for saving the zip file when prompted. If your browser loads the data onto the screen instead of asking you where to save the file, hit the back button, right click on the file, and select the save option.

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