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On The Air: Air Quality Video Podcast

Air quality affects all areas of the planet and has become an issue for many National Parks. The National Park Service is working to monitor and understand the impacts of air pollution at National Parks.

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This podcast was produced by the National Park Service Air Resources Division in cooperation with Colorado State University–Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere. Thanks to The Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Dan Duriscoe (NPS Night Sky Program, Death Valley NP), Debbie Miller (NPS Air Resources Division), and Rick Olson (Mammoth Cave NP) for providing visual media to this production. Special thanks to Julie Winchester of Colorado State University for the production of this podcast.

Last Updated: March 09, 2011