What data is expected?
Aggregate data about the emission of air pollutants especially those potentially harmful to human health (although it is not a requirement to include information on greenhouse gas emissions). Aggregate means national-level or available for at least three major cities. In order to satisfy the minimum requirements for this category, data must be available for the following pollutants and meet the following minimum criteria:
- Particulate matter (PM) Levels
- Sulphur oxides (SOx)
- Nitrogen oxides (NOx)
- Volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
- Carbon monoxide (CO)
- Updated on at least once a week.
- Measured either at a national level by regions or at leasts in 3 big cities.
What data is available
- Openly licensed? No (No URL given)
- Is the data available for free? No
- Is the data machine readable? Unsure (n/a)
- Available in bulk? No
- Is the data provided on a timely and up to date basis? Unsure
- Publicly available? No(as Air Quality Program published by Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences)
- Is data in digital form? Yes
- Is the data available online? No (No URL given)
- Does the data exist? Yes
Funded by the Government of Bermuda's Department of Environmental Protection, the Air Quality Program undertakes routine measurements at sites around the island (BIOS, Fort Prospect, East Broadway, and BELCO) to quantify the presence of various pollutants, including:
Airborne particulate matter (TSP, PM10, and PM2.5); Toxic gases (SO2 and NOx); Rain and aerosol chemistry (major ions, conductivity, and pH); Meteorological data (e.g., wind speed and direction) http://www.bios.edu/research/projects/air-quality-program/
The data are, however, not publicly available.
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