- Remote Meteorological Monitoring
Burns & McDonnell developed an ambient air monitoring network consisting of nine PM10 samplers, five meteorological stations, and an ozone and an acoustic sounder. The network supports ambient air monitoring services performed by the firm since 1996. The monitoring demonstrates that potential emissions of particulate matter 10 microns in diameter (PM10) and ozone precursor pollutants from sources at Fort Leonard Wood do not cause or contribute to an exceedance of the National Ambient Air Quality Standards. Services also included development of a comprehensive web-based database program to collect, analyze, alert and report on the status of the monitoring network.
- Meteorological and ambient air monitoring
- Database programming