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Re: E-M:/ Michigan Ozone Action Daze



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Enviro-Mich message from David Wright <wrightd@voyager.net>
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Rob,

	I believe you can get what you are looking for, ozone action day forecasts
and real-time ozone data from the MDEQ website.  To get the ozone action
day forecasts, go to http://www.deq.state.mi.us/aqd/eval/amu/o34cast.html.
This page tells you which upcoming days are forecast as ozone action days.
Real-time measurements for both the eight-hour and one-hour standards can
be accessed at http://www.deq.state.mi.us/aqd/eval/amu/hr8hro3.html; and,
http://www.deq.state.mi.us/aqd/eval/amu/hr1hro3.HTML.

Both the current 8-hour and 1-hour sites are posting data as of 3:00 pm
today and it is now 4:30 when I accessed the site.  An hour and one-half
delay does not seem bad to me.

Let me know if I have misunderstood your request, or if these sites give
you the data you thought was unavailable.

Regards,

David



At 01:58 PM 6/25/99 EDT, RobC313@aol.com wrote:
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>Enviro-Mich message from RobC313@aol.com
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>About the MDEQ ozone web sight,. It seems as though the Ozone Frames and 
>entire site is well designed and presented in a good graphic format.  I am 
>glad the state has made this effort but I wonder if by attempting to make it 
>"pretty" and user friendly we ( the state) is failing to provide we ( the 
>people) the information most needed. That being ozone day predictions and 
>real time ozone readings.
>
>OK maybe I have been spoiled by the electronic age of instant information.  
>How do you  rate the system and its effectiveness? Does anybody out there 
>share my views and more importantly are there any suggestions as to whether 
>we should be grateful and patient, or make some requests (demands?)  of the 
>MDEQ webmaster. 
>
>And please understand this is not a criticism of the webmaster who may be 
>doing a great job but under difficult circumstances. Let me know-  rob
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