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What are the levels?

posted on 9:36 AM, June 7, 2016

Levels of ground-level ozone in Kamloops for 2011-2013 were 51 parts per billion (ppb), based on the fourth highest daily eight-hour maximums, averaged over three consecutive years.

Guidelines for ground-level ozone from the Canadian Ambient Air Quality Standards for the BC Southern Interior zone (2013) are 63 parts per billion (ppb) in a daily maximum eight-hour period.

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