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WYVISNET.com features live images and current air quality conditions from monitoring locations throughout the State of Wyoming. Digital images from live sites are updated every 15 minutes. In addition, near real-time air quality data provide current meteorological, air quality and visibility information to the public.

If the image is missing or not updating, please be patient and try again later. Live images are archived every 24 hours. 9 AM, Noon, and 3 PM images have been archived over the past two weeks. To view, select the live site of interest and click on the 2wk Archived Images tab.

Site Descriptions

Afton

PM2.5, PM10, Wind Speed, Wind Direction, and Ambient Temp

Big Piney

The Big Pine air quality monitoring station began operation in March 2011 and was configured as a mobile station located 4 miles south of the town of Big Piney. As of December 2013, this monitoring station is no longer mobile and houses a digital camera, ozone analyzer, a trace-level oxides of nitrogen analyzer, and meteorological equipment.

Boulder

The Boulder air quality monitoring station is located in Sublette County, approximately 4 miles southwest of the town of Boulder. This station began operation in February of 2005. A digital camera, ozone analyzer, oxides of nitrogen analyzer, continuous PM10 monitor and meteorology equipment are located at this site.

Campbell County

The Campbell County air quality monitoring station is located in a coal-bed methane development area 15 miles south of Gillette. The station began operation in June of 2003. An ozone analyzer, oxides of nitrogen analyzer, PM10 monitor and meteorology equipment are located at this site. The station was equipped with a digital camera in the Spring of 2009.

Casper

The Casper air quality monitoring station is located in the City of Casper for the purpose of monitoring ozone and other parameters in a residential area of the city. The Casper air quality monitoring station began operation in March 2013. A digital camera, ozone analyzer, oxides of nitrogen analyzer, and meteorology equipment are located at this site.

Cheyenne NCore

The Cheyenne NCore station is located in the City of Cheyenne's North Cheyenne Community Park. This monitoring station is part of the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) NCore Network of monitors located in all 50 states. The site began operation on January 1, 2011. The Cheyenne NCore station monitors for the following pollutants and meteorology parameters: Ozone, Sulfur Oxides, Nitrogen Oxides, Carbon Monoxide, Particulate Matter, Temperature, Wind Speed, Wind Direction, Precipitation, Relative Humidity and Solar Radiation.

Cloud Peak

The Cloud Peak Wilderness Area visibility monitoring station is located just east of the Big Horn Mountains, approximately 14 miles west of Buffalo. The site began operation in February of 2001. A digital camera, meteorology equipment and an IMPROVE aerosol sampler are located at this site.

Converse County

The Converse County air quality mobile monitoring station began operation in December, 2012. The mobile station is located 4 miles east of the Town of Douglas. A digital camera, ozone analyzer, oxides of nitrogen analyzer, continuous PM10 and PM2.5 monitor and meteorology equipment are located at this site.

Daniel South

The Daniel South air quality monitoring site is located in Sublette County, approximately 5 miles south of the town of Daniel. This station began operation in July of 2005. This site includes a digital camera, ozone analyzer, oxides of nitrogen analyzer, continuous PM10 monitor and meteorology equipment.

Grand Teton

The Grand Teton Air Quality Monitoring Station is cooperatively funded and operated by the National Park Service (NPS), the Air Quality Division (AQD), and the Teton Science School. The station is located at the Teton Science School in Grand Teton National Park and began operation in September 2011. An ozone analyzer, meteorological tower, wet deposition collector, and a camera are located at this site. The Live webpage is operated by the National Park Service, therefore links to this station on WyVisNet will direct the user to the National Park Service website.

Hiawatha

The Hiawatha air quality monitoring station began operation in May 2011. The station is located about 50 miles southeast of Rock Springs in the Hiawatha Gas Field. This station has an ozone analyzer, meteorological tower, and a digital camera. The Hiawatha Station is AQD's first monitoring station run solely on wind and solar power.

Juel Spring

The Juel Spring air quality monitoring station is located in Sublette County approximately 20 miles northwest of Farson. This station began operation in January of 2010. An ozone analyzer, oxides of nitrogen analyzer, digital camera and meteorology equipment are located at this site.

Moxa Arch

The Moxa Arch air quality monitoring station is located approximately 20 miles northwest of Green River, downwind of the Moxa Arch oil and gas development area. The station began operation in June of 2010. An ozone analyzer, oxides of nitrogen analyzer, sulfur dioxide analyzer, PM10 monitor, digital camera and meteorology equipment are located at this site.

Murphy Ridge

The Murphy Ridge air quality monitoring station is located southwest of the town of Bear River. This station began operation in December 2006. Monitoring equipment includes an ozone analyzer, oxides of nitrogen analyzer, sulfur dioxide analyzer, carbon monoxide analyzer, PM10 monitor and meteorology sensors. The station was equipped with a digital camera in May 2007.

Pinedale

The Pinedale air quality monitoring station is located in the town of Pinedale with a population of approximately 1,800 people. The Pinedale air quality monitoring station started in February 2009. A digital camera, ozone analyzer, oxides of nitrogen analyzer, continuous PM2.5 monitor and meteorology equipment are located at this site.

Sheridan

Sheridan - The Sheridan air quality monitoring station is located at the Sheridan Police Department. This site began monitoring in 1985 and is one of the oldest monitoring sites in Wyoming. A continuous PM10 monitor and meteorology equipment are located at this site.

Sinclair

The Sinclair air quality mobile monitoring station began operation in December, 2013. The mobile station is located in the Town of Sinclair. A digital camera, ozone analyzer, sulfur dioxide analyzer, oxides of nitrogen analyzer, continuous PM10 and PM2.5 monitor and meteorology equipment are located at this site.

South Pass

The South Pass air quality monitoring station is located approximately 5 miles northeast of South Pass City. This station began operation in January 2007. A digital camera, ozone analyzer, oxides of nitrogen analyzer, PM10 monitor, meteorology equipment and an IMPROVE aerosol sampler (Modules B & C only) are located at this site.

Thunder Basin

The Thunder Basin National Grasslands visibility and air quality monitoring station is located approximately 32 miles north of Gillette. The site became operational in May 2001. A digital camera, meteorology equipment, ozone analyzer, oxides of nitrogen analyzer and an IMPROVE aerosol sampler are located at this site.

Wamsutter

The Wamsutter air quality monitoring station is located approximately 2 miles west of Wamsutter. The station began operation in March 2006. Monitoring equipment includes an ozone analyzer, oxides of nitrogen analyzer, PM10 monitor and meteorology sensors. A digital camera system was added to the station in January 2010.

Warbonnet

The Warbonnet camera is collocated with the Boulder air quality monitoring station. The camera points to the south and looks toward the Warbonnet area of the Pinedale Anticline gas field. Please visit the Boulder live site page for air quality and meteorology data.

   

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