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PAMS Network and Sites
PAMS Area List
This table identifies the 24 1-hour ozone nonattainment areas currently subject to PAMS.
|Nonattainment Areas Subject to PAMS||Classification|
|Baton Rouge, LA||Serious|
|Chicago-Gary-Lake County (IL), IL-IN-WI1||Severe|
|Dallas-Fort Worth, TX||Serious|
|El Paso, TX||Serious|
|Greater Connecticut, CT||Serious|
|Los Angeles-South Coast Air Basin, CA2||Extreme|
|New York-New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-CT||Severe|
|Providence-Pawtucket-Fall River, RI-MA||Serious|
|San Diego, CA||Serious|
|San Joaquin Valley, CA||Serious|
|Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompac, CA||Serious|
|SE Desert Modified AQMA, CA2||Severe|
|Ventura County, CA||Severe|
|1) Chicago and Milwaukee are combined into one PAMS area referred to as Lake Michigan.|
|2) Los Angeles-South Coast and SE Desert Modified AQMA are combined into one PAMS area referred to as South Coast-SEDAB|
PAMS Site Map
PAMS Status ReportThe PAMS Status Report is a brief compilation of the PAMS sites in each of the current Serious, Severe, or Extreme ozone nonattainment areas (1-hour NAAQS) and contains information on the site location, AIRS ID, sampling equipment and operating history. This table is also linked to a sampling frequency table.
Monitoring Frequency Table
This report contains a listing of the actual volatile organic compound and carbonyl sampling frequencies for each PAMS site and network.