Air Monitoring Network
The Environment Department’s Air Quality Bureau operates a network of ambient air monitors that continually sample the air across New Mexico, except for Bernalillo County and tribal lands. Click here to go to the NMED Air Monitoring web site, where you can view photos of the sites, learn more about what pollutants we monitor and their potential health effects. You can select data for any of the sites, and customize a report or graph to meet your needs. There are also maps and links to other sources of air monitoring data and information.
Visit the 2021 Annual Network Review Draft for public view. Under 40 CFR, Part 58, Subpart B, states are required to submit an annual monitoring network review to the respective EPA regional office. The annual monitoring network review is available for public inspection for 30 days prior to submission to EPA. The plan is posted April 9th, 2021 through May 9th, 2021. Additionally, ANR Public Information Plan can be viewed at the following link: PIP Approved & Signed Final 6-1-20
The City of Albuquerque/Bernalillo Air Quality Division monitors air pollutants and pollen in Bernalillo County. Visit their web site for additional information.
Federal Land Managers (such as the Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, and Fish and Wildlife Service) monitor smoke from some prescribed burns and wildfires. To find monitoring information for some of these, go to http://app.airsis.com/USFS/ and choose a monitor to get real-time data.
Click here to go to the Library, where you will find technical reports and publications about air monitoring studies conducted by the Air Quality Bureau, as well as other publications published and distributed by the Air Quality Bureau.