User: flenvcenter Topic: Air and Climate-Regional
Category: Air :: Air Pollution
Last updated: Oct 26 2014 12:28 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Dead babies near oil drilling sites raise questions for researchers 26.10.2014 Headlines: All Headlines
The smartphone-sized grave marker is nearly hidden in the grass at Rock Point Cemetery. The name printed on plastic-coated paper — Beau Murphy — has been worn away.
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Phoenix Sheraton guests wait to get belongings after smoke evacuation 26.10.2014 azcentral.com | Arizona Elections
The source of the smoke and its location were being investigated, but officials suspected it was an electrical issue from the first floor or ...
Smoke prompts evacuation at Sheraton Downtown Phoenix Hotel 26.10.2014 azcentral.com | Arizona Elections
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Fire prompts evacuation at Sheraton Downtown Phoenix 26.10.2014 azcentral.com | news
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Turkey says no new deal with U.S. on using air base 14.10.2014 Durango Herald
ANKARA, Turkey – NATO allies Turkey and the United States differed Monday on where they stand on the use of a key air base, with Turkish officials denying reports from the United States that there was a new agreement on its use for operations against Islamic State militants. The impasse suggests that major differences remain...
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Guest Commentary: Colorado making progress on air pollution in smart ways 10.10.2014 Denver Post: Opinion
This summer, airplanes from the Boulder-based National Center for Atmospheric Research crisscrossed the Front Range measuring emissions that cause ozone.
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Oil-field health studies continue but answers are still lacking 5.10.2014 Headlines: All Headlines
It's been 18 years since Steve Mobaldi and his late wife, Chris, first got burning eyes and nosebleeds when oil and gas drilling came to their Garfield County neighborhood.
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Many stepping up to keep planes aloft 3.10.2014 Durango Herald
WASHINGTON – The first radio links with pilots were lost just as the pre-dawn crush of flights into Chicago began.Air-traffic controllers in a nondescript Federal Aviation Administration building about 40 miles from the city switched to backup channels. Then those failed. They tried emergency connections, which also went...
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Carroll: Phony indictment of Denver's air quality 3.10.2014 Denver Post: Opinion
Last month RealtyTrac released its first-ever ranking of "all U.S. counties based on the prevalence of man-made environmental hazards," and Denver landed in the top five.
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Bad air puts Denver near top of list for exposure to man-made risks 24.9.2014 Denver Post: Business
Too many days with poor air quality put Denver at No. 5 on a list of big U.S. counties where man-made environmental hazards are ...
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Utah forecast: Warming continues, so does the smoke 1.9.2014 Salt Lake Tribune
It’s a warm and sunny — if a little smoky — Labor Day. Smoke from Northern California and Oregon wildfires continues to blow into northern Utah, keeping the air quality no better than “moderate” in Salt Lake, Tooele, Utah, Davis, Weber and Cache counties, according to the Utah Division of Air Quality. Among them, only Cache County improves to “healthy” Tuesday. “If smoke becomes thick, persons with existing heart or respiratory ailments should reduce physical exertion and outdoor activity,” the ...
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Ozone in Colorado Rocky Mountains surprises researchers 28.8.2014 Salt Lake Tribune
Denver • Researchers who examined air pollution along northern Colorado’s Front Range said they were surprised by how much harmful ozone and ozone-causing chemicals are drifting into the mountains from urban and rural areas below. “Really, all the way up to the Continental Divide you can find ozone,” said Gabriele Pfister, a scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder and one of the principal investigators on the project. “People (are) thinking you go into the mountains ...
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Letter: Utah Division of Air Quality bows to industry 27.8.2014 Salt Lake Tribune
The Utah DAQ has it backwards. When Bryce Bird stated in a Salt Lake Tribune article (“Utah Grapples with Toxic Water…” Aug. 24), “Until we asked questions and started pressing the issue with Danish Flats, maybe they didn’t know the full extent of their emissions.” He apologized for their ignorance of toxic issues. “Maybe they didn’t know”? The responsibility of industry is always to know before any activity. But the Herbert administration is historically industry friendly at the expense of the ...
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Utah grapples with toxic emissions from oil and gas industry’s ‘produced water’ 24.8.2014 Salt Lake Tribune
A massive stream of wastewater tainted with hydrocarbons has been flowing into Utah from oil and gas mining on Colorado’s West Slope. Evaporation ponds used to process the contaminated water in Grand County have released tons of toxic chemicals into the air since April 2008. But the Colorado company running the 14-pond facility operated without a Utah air-quality permit for more than six years, public documents show, while providing officials faulty data that underreported its emissions and ex...
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Letter: What plans for Utah air pollution? 23.8.2014 Salt Lake Tribune
Gov. Gary Herbert boasted a successful trade mission to Mexico in April, which included a clean air highlight. Once touted as one of the most polluted cities in the world, Mexico City has cut its pollution in half in the face of a growing population. Our inversion season is right around the corner. (Remember it came early last year.) I’m still waiting to hear what our governor learned and what changes he plans to implement. Having a family member who has yet to recover from a neurological event ...
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Emerging solar plants scorch birds in mid-air 19.8.2014 Denver Post: National News Headlines
Workers at a state-of-the-art solar plant in the Mojave Desert have a name for birds that fly through the plant's concentrated sun rays — "streamers," for the smoke plume that comes from birds that ignite in midair.
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Researchers take flight to measure air quality around Colorado 16.8.2014 Denver Post: News: Local
A National Center for Atmospheric Research C-130 plane lumbered off a runway Friday, one of the final flights in an unprecedented pollution-sniffing mission that project leaders say is yielding unexpected and useful ...
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The Latest: EPA cuts pollution at the Navajo Generating Station 15.8.2014 High Country News Most Recent
75 percent less haze predicted for nearby parks.
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Letter: Navajo power plant deal nothing to celebrate 8.8.2014 Salt Lake Tribune
Most people celebrated the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s recent decision to compromise on pollution controls for Navajo Generating Station, attributing the outcome to a collaborative effort. It was a Kumbaya moment. Like other newspapers, The Salt Lake Tribune cheered the plan in its July 29 editorial. But this deal negotiated generations of polluted air in exchange for flexibility. That was lost in the hail of praise. The outcome of the plan is uncertain. As a result of the deal, Nava...
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Malfunctioning A/C causes plane evacuation 31.7.2014 azcentral.com | Arizona Elections
Evacuation of airplane in Phoenix on Tuesday being attributed to malfunctioning air-conditioning unit that produced smoke in the ...
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