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AQIAir Quality Index
AQIAl-Qaeda in Iraq
AQIAnesthesia Quality Institute (Schaumburg, IL)
AQIAgricultural Quarantine Inspection
AQIAustralian Questioning Intonation (aka upspeak or high rising terminal)
AQIAccess Query Interface (database systems)
AQIAl-Qaeda Intelligence
AQIAcademic Quality Institute (Minnesota)
AQIAHRQ (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality) Quality Indicators (US DHHS)
AQIIntelligent Acoustic Quantification
AQIAustralian Quality Ingredient
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In Hanoi, the Air Quality Index at various air monitoring stations across the capital has recorded dangerously high levels, at sometimes.
Using a regulatory-based index for risk communication, however, does have some limitations, including a general inability to inform the public regarding health risks occurring at concentrations below regulatory standards and an inability to account for the health effects of exposure to multiple pollutants (Air Quality Index Reporting, 1999).
The index displays real-time readings of the satellite-monitored air quality index (AQI) across the UAE, reported Emirates news agency Wam.
The post Real-time air quality index now available on UAE ministry's smart app appeared first on TahawulTech.com.
Using the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) NowCast algorithm, raw PM 2.5 readings collected by the monitor in the Embassy Sarajevo are converted into an air quality index (AQI) value that reports how clean or polluted the air is and the associated health effects allowing individuals to take steps to reduce their exposure.
30, the capital Dhaka was ranked on the Air Quality Index (AQI) as having the worst air pollution in the world.
The air quality index that measures the concentration of poisonous particulate matter in the air was at a "severe" level of 471, where the maximum reading is 500 and anything above 400 is considered unhealthy by the Central Pollution Control Board.
The readings of the government's air quality index hovered between 350 and 450, indicating that the health impact of breathing the air is "severe".
Six out of the eight stations maintained by SAFAR (System of Air Quality Forecasting and Research), an agency under the Ministry of Earth Sciences, had air quality index (AQI) in the 'very poor' category, a shade better than 'severe'.
Once again, Oregon's pregame football preparation includes watching the Air Quality Index.
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