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National Air Toxics Assessment

2014 NATA Map

Thumbnail image of NATA Application GIS map

The 2014 NATA Map application lets you display risks, emissions, and other NATA data on a map. You can quickly display these data by clicking on the map. The map app’s search tool lets you “zoom” to places of interest anywhere in the country. You can also download all NATA data and results, and run queries to find just the information you want.

Map layers include:

  • cancer risks and respiratory hazard indexes;
  • annual ambient concentrations;
  • all emissions sources modeled in NATA; and
  • air toxics monitoring sites with recent-year air toxics monitoring data.

You can use the NATA Map app on a computer or mobile device.

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