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Air pollution monitoring in India
Overview of air pollution monitoring in India. Pollutants monitored, site locations, methods used and summary of monitoring results

As an integral part of the air pollution control programme, CPCB has established a national network of ambient air quality monitoring stations. This nation-wide programme, called the National Ambient Air Quality Monitoring (NAAQM) was launched in 1984 with a network of 28 monitoring stations covering 7 cities. Over the years, the number of stations have increased and presently, the network comprises 290 stations spread over 92 cities/towns distributed over 24 stations and 4 UTs.

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India
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Monitoring

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