21 datasets found

Licenses: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Tags: Air quality State of the environment

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  • SoE2015: Major air pollutants

    The National Pollutant Inventory (NPI) tracks air pollutant emissions for industrial sources across Australia.
  • SoE2015: Number of registered vehicles

    The total number of registered motor vehicles shows continued and sustained growth over time.
  • SoE2015: Vehicle kilometres travelled

    Total motor vehicle travel (cars, trucks, buses), expressed as total vehicle kilometres travelled, shows continued and sustained growth over time.
  • SoE2015: Sulphur dioxide concentrations

    Sulphur dioxide levels in all regions do not exceed the National Environmental Protection Measures (NEPM) Air Quality Standards except for Mount Isa where the 1-hour and 24-hour...
  • SoE2015: Nitrogen dioxide concentrations

    Since 1993, there have been no exceedences of the National Environmental Protection Measures (NEPM) Air Quality Standards and no clear trends over the past decade.
  • SoE2015: Carbon monoxide concentrations

    Carbon monoxide levels have continued to decline over the past decade with levels in the last four years less than 20% of the National Environmental Protection Measures (NEPM)...
  • SoE2015: Visibility-reducing particles

    Overall there has been a downward trend in the number of days with reduced visibility throughout Queensland over the past decade although significantly more days were affected...
  • SoE2015: Particulate concentrations

    Particle concentrations have exceeded National Environmental Protection Measures (NEPM) Air Quality Standards since monitoring began in 1986.
  • SoE2015: Ozone concentrations

    While ozone levels in Townsville and Gladstone have never exceeded air quality standards, South East Queensland experienced exceedences in 2005, 2011 and 2015.
  • SoE2015: Vehicle emissions

    Emissions from motor vehicles are a function of many factors, but most importantly total travel, fleet mix and emission control technology and driving behaviour.
  • SoE2017: Vehicle kilometres travelled

    Total motor vehicle travel (cars, trucks, buses), expressed as total vehicle kilometres travelled, shows continued and sustained growth over time.
  • SoE2017: Visibility-reducing particles

    While the past decade has seen a downward trend in the number of days with reduced visibility throughout Queensland, significantly more days were affected in 2009 and 2011, and...
  • SoE2017: Vehicle emissions

    Emissions from motor vehicles are a function of many factors, but most importantly total travel, fleet mix and emission control technology and driving behaviour.
  • SoE2017: Sulphur dioxide concentrations

    Sulphur dioxide levels in all regions except for Mount Isa have met the National Environmental Protection Measures (NEPM) Air Quality Standards. Occasional 1-hour and 24-hour...
  • SoE2017: Particulate concentrations

    Particle concentrations have exceeded National Environmental Protection Measures (NEPM) Air Quality Standards since monitoring began in 1986.
  • SoE2017: Ozone concentrations

    While ozone levels in Townsville and Gladstone have never exceeded air quality standards, South East Queensland experienced exceedances in 2011 and 2015.
  • SoE2017: Number of registered vehicles

    The total number of registered motor vehicles shows continued and sustained growth over time.
  • SoE2017: Nitrogen dioxide concentrations

    Since 1993, there have been no exceedances of the National Environmental Protection Measures (NEPM) Air Quality Standards and no clear trends over the past decade.
  • SoE2017: Major air pollutants

    The National Pollutant Inventory (NPI) tracks air pollutant emissions for industrial sources across Australia.
  • SoE2017: Lead concentrations

    Routine monitoring of lead in air is no longer undertaken in South East Queensland due to the low ambient concentrations following removal of lead in petrol.
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