www.webMET.com - your meteorological resource center
United States
Canada
EPA Models
Wind Rose
Percentiles
Met Station
Met Monitoring Guide
Met Data
Modeling
Digital Terrain Data
Books
Videos
Met Facts
Forecast
Links
About WebMET.com
Contact Us



7.2 Data Archives

Meteorological data used in support of some regulatory actions (e.g, SIP revisions and PSD permit applications) may be needed in support of continuing actions for these regulations and, consequently should be archived by the agency with permit granting authority; normally the State. Such an archive should be designed for the data actually used in the regulatory application - i.e., the processed data, but may also include some raw data. Archival of other raw data is at the discretion of the applicant. The processed meteorological data should be archived initially for one year with provisions for review and extension to five years, ten years, or indefinite. Where data were originally reduced from strip chart records, the charts should also be archived. Original strip chart records should be retained for a minimum of five years. If an archive is to be eliminated, an attempt should be made to contact potential userís who might be affected by such an action.

7. DATA REPORTING AND ARCHIVING
 7.1 Data Reports 
 7.2 Data Archives 
 7.3 Recommendations


webgis.com
Free Digital
Terrain Data &
GIS Resources



lakes
Leading Air Dispersion Modeling & Risk Assessment Software



courses
calpuff view
CALPUFF View
Advanced Air Dispersion Model


HOME | ABOUT | MET STATION EQUIPMENT
METFACTS | BOOKS | VIDEOS | FORECAST

Copyright © 2002 WebMET.com - Disclaimer