Landelijk Meetnet Luchtkwaliteit. Meetresultaten 1994. Deel 2: Regio 4 Zuid-Holland, Regio 5 Noord-Holland
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TitleLandelijk Meetnet Luchtkwaliteit. Meetresultaten 1994. Deel 2: Regio 4 Zuid-Holland, Regio 5 Noord-Holland
Translated TitleDutch National Air Quality Monitoring Network. Monitoring results for 1994. Part 2: Region 4 (Zuid-Holland), Region 5 (Noord-Holland)
PubliekssamenvattingBetreft de meetresultaten van de regionale stations in samengevatte vorm. Over de volgende periodes wordt gerapporteerd: het kalenderjaar 1994, de zomer van 1994, de winter van 1993-1994 en van 1 april 1993 t/m 31 maart 1994 (meteorologisch jaar: EG-referentieperiode). De tabellen bevatten informatie over de componenten fijn stof (PM10), CO, Ox (=NO2+O3), O3, NO2, NO, NOx (=NO2+NO), zwarte rook (= zwevende deeltjes gemeten volgens de zwarte rook-methode) en SO2. De meetresultaten van fijn stof (PM10) zijn gecorrigeerd voor de systematische onderschatting veroorzaakt door een systematische afwijking van de PM10 afscheider. Tevens is voor alle stations nagegaan of de Nederlandse grenswaarden voor deze componenten in 1994 zijn overschreden. Op landelijk niveau werden overschrijdingen van de grenswaarden voor zwarte rook, PM10 en O3 waargenomen. De grenswaarden voor SO2, NO2 en CO zijn niet overschreden.<br>
This report presents tabulated National Air Quality Monitoring Network results for the regions Zuid-Holland and Noord-Holland for the calendar year 1994, summer 1994, winter 1993-1994 and 1 April 1993 - 31 March 1994 (tropical year: EC reference period). The components monitored were: fine dust (PM10), CO, Ox (=NO2+O3), O3, NO2, NO, NOx (=NO2+NO), black smoke (= suspended matter measured by the black-smoke method) and SO2. The fine dust (PM10) measurements were corrected for a systematic underestimation caused by the sampler. In a check made at all stations in the network for exceedance of Dutch limit values in 1994, exceedances for black smoke, PM10 and O3 were observed. The limit values for SO2, NO2 and CO were not exceeded.<br>
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