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The Ambient Air Monitoring Activity's information page contains current and historic Air Quality Index (AQI) data for the City of Jacksonville. There are currently 12 air quality monitoring stations strategically located throughout Duval County. The specific criteria air pollutants currently monitored are: Sulfur Dioxide (SO2),Carbon Monoxide (CO),Ozone (O3), Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) and Particulate Matter (PM2.5 and PM10).

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Click on daily RANGE for additional information on Index Values, Levels of Health Concern, and Cautionary Statements  The range includes Good , Moderate , Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups and Unhealthy.

Air Quality Index for Week Number: 47
DATE

AQI

RANGE POLLUTANT
Friday, November 14, 2014  59 Moderate PM 2.5
Saturday, November 15, 2014 43 Good PM 2.5
Sunday, November 16, 2014 41 Good PM 2.5
Monday, November 17, 2014 28 Good PM 2.5
Tuesday, November 18, 2014 38 Good PM 2.5
Wednesday, November 19, 2014 55 Moderate PM 2.5
Thursday, November 20, 2014 70 Moderate PM 2.5
Friday, November 21, 2014 65 Moderate PM 2.5


2008
312
53
0
0
2009
320
44
1
0
2010
312
52
1
0
2011
305
51
5
3
2012
342
21
2
1
2013
330
34
1
0
2014
249 74 2  0
Air Quality Index History (number of days)
Year
Good Range
Moderate Range
Unhealthy For
Sensitive Groups Range
Unhealthy Range
1980
224
138
2
0
1981
232
133
0
0
1982
290
74
1
0
1983
287
76
2
0
1984
275
91
0
0
1985
287
76
2
0
1986
276
89
0
0
1987
237
127
1
0
1988
265
100
1
0
1989
275
90
0
0
1990
260
105
0
0
1991
294
71
0
0
1992
286
80
0
0
1993
269
96
0
0
1994
309
56
0
0
1995
282
82
1
0
1996
304
62
0
0
1997
282
82
1
0
1998
284
74
5
0
1999
311
34
2
0
2000
336
29
1
0
2001
353
12
0
0
2002
353
12
0
0
2003
331
33
1
0
2004
280
82
3
0
2005
275
85
5
0
2006
305
59
1
0
2007
312
52
3
3

The new ozone standard of .075 PPM became effective on May 27, 2008 and the new PM2.5 standard of 35 ug/m3 became effective on Dec. 17, 2006.

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