The Colorado campaign was the final stop in a series of 4 field studies. Previous studies were conducted in Baltimore-Washington, California’s San Joaquin Valley, and Houston. This Colorado campaign was closely coordinated with the FRAPPE study. A priority of the Colorado campaign was to target specific pollution sources in the Front Range area, ranging from urban emissions in the Denver metropolitan area to agricultural emissions centered in the Greeley area and the broad region of oil and gas extraction activity extending to the Northeast of Denver. This study produced an unprecedented level of detail for understanding air quality along the Front Range.
Collaborative effort between CDPHE, University of Colorado, Colorado State University, UC Berkeley, NASA, NOAA, and NCAR
7/16 to 8/16 2014 Publications expected in Summer and Fall 2015
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