Comparison Of EPA Ozone Maps

New York City Region - June, 1999

May, 1999 June 1999 July 1999 August 1999 September 1999

Mapped interpolations of EPA ozone monitor stations data (8-hour average concentration)
For reference: [Daily Average Ozone Charts] [Hourly Ozone Charts]

Date Event EPA AIRNOW MAP dnld:Feb/2000 EPA AIRNOW MAP dnld:July/2000   Notes
6/1/99   ?  
6/2/99   ?  
6/3/99      
6/4/99      
6/5/99   ?  
6/6/99   ? NYC, Red to green?
6/7/99   ?
Manhattan: red to green.
NJ/LI get worse. NYC gets better.
6/8/99   ?  
6/9/99      
6/10/99      
6/11/99


[Also see 7/14/99]
?
NYC monitors omitted.
Bronx taboo?
6/12/99


[Also see 7/14/99]
?
NYC monitors omitted.
Bronx taboo? Also see 7/14/99.
6/13/99      
6/14/99      
6/15/99      
6/16/99      
6/17/99      
6/18/99      
6/19/99      
6/20/99      
6/21/99      
6/22/99 "The dying started in late June when the weather turned hot. From his post at the gate, Carrasco watched birds stumble drunkenly around the grounds [Ft. Totten, Queens]. Some had growths on their heads. ? AP and Nando Times 12/5/99
6/23/99 "In late June or early July, the virus apparently showed up in birds in the Whitestone area of northern Queens and in the South Bronx." ? The New Yorker, 10/18/99 & 10/25/99
6/24/99      
6/25/99      
6/26/99 "Crows started dying in mid-June. [Ques: Can you give a specific date?] June 26th stands out in my mind. It was young crows that were dying." ? Dr. Charos, Bayside Veteranarian
-Interview
6/27/99 "In late-June, my sister said she saw a number of dead crows near the swimming pool in Harlem." ? Day Starr, (Queens)
-Interview
6/28/99      
6/29/99   ?  
6/30/99      

 

May 1999 June 1999 July 1999 August 1999 September 1999