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Air Quality Monitoring Networks

This section provides information on Environment Canada's air quality measuring and monitoring networks.  Many of these networks are managed in co-operation with provincial or territorial governments, or university researchers.

Air quality monitoring map featuring AEROCAN (The Canadian Sunphotometer Network), Brewer/Ozonsonde, CAPMoN (The Canadian Air and Precipitation Monitoring Network), CORALNet (The Canadian Operational Research Aerosol Lidar Network), IADN (Integrated Atmospheric Deposition Network), GAPS (Global Atmospheric Passive Sampling Network), NAPS (National Air Pollution Surveillance Program), NCP (Northern Contaminants Program)

Networks that are part of global programs are:

Networks with a regional focus are:

National monitoring networks are: