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Air Modeling

TCEQ staff use computer models to simulate the meteorological conditions and chemical reactions that contribute to the formation of air pollutants and to predict how air quality in a region will be affected by economic and population growth, and by reducing pollution emissions.

Introduction to Air Quality Modeling

Computer models are used to simulate the meteorological conditions and chemical reactions that contribute to the formation of air pollutants and to predict how air quality in a region will be affected by economic and population growth, and by reducing pollution emissions.

Air Modeling Data

Data files related to air quality modeling.

Rider 7 State and Local Air Quality Planning Program

A program to support local air quality planning for the Federal Ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standard.

Air Modeling Research and Contract Project Reports

Projects to advance air quality modeling and research under contract with TCEQ.

Air Modeling Science and Technical Committees

TCEQ's advisory groups to assist the agency in addressing technical and scientific issues relating to air quality in Texas.

Air Modeling Technical Documents

Technical documents and reports related to air quality modeling.

TexAQS II Air Quality Field Study

The Texas Air Quality Field Study II, a comprehensive research initiative to better understand the causes of air pollution.