Utah State University research on the Uintah Basin’s winter air quality has found no relationship between ozone concentrations and asthma-related hospital admissions.
- Study finds no link between ozone, asthma
- Oil wells, not vehicles, contribute most to poor air quality in Uintah County
- Math used to predict winter ozone
- Air pollution mitigation no easy task
- Ozone study results released
- First Uinta basin ozone formation study released
- Study Looks at Uintah Basin Ozone
Jul 3, 2013
Jun 14, 2013
Researchers have found gas and oil wells are a major contributor to poor air quality in the Uintah Basin.
Apr 23, 2013
Marc Mansfield, senior environmental modeler at BEERC, gave a summary of the initial results of a mathematical model to predict wintertime ozone at the 13 Annual Uintah Basin Research Conference.
Mar 12, 2013
The air we breathe: This is the third in a series of articles on air quality in the Uintah Basin. This installment looks at measures to mitigate air pollution in the area.
Mar 4, 2013
The air we breathe: Second in a series of articles that looks in-depth at air pollution and the results of the ozone study, and a third that will look at measures to mitigate pollution.
Feb 20, 2013
A collaboration involving Utah’s Division of Air Quality, county governments in eastern Utah, researchers from Utah State University, and the Western Energy Alliance has produced the first study of wintertime ozone formation in the Uinta basin.
Feb 19, 2013
After a year of studying winter ozone air pollution in Utah’s Uintah Basin, a team of scientists has determined that oil and gas wells are causing most of the problem.