TABLE 3.  FOUR HIGHEST 1 – HOUR OZONE CONCENTRATIONS FOR 1999 (PPB) Federal Standard = 125 ppb   State Standard = 95 ppb
STATION

1st

date:hour

2nd

date:hour

3rd

date:hour

4th

date:hour

LAS FLORES CAN 1

135

10/10/99:14

128

10/10/99:1511210/10/99:1311010/10/99:19

CARPINTERIA

122

10/10/99:14

116

10/10/99:1310910/10/99:1510310/10/99:12

GOLETA

103

10/10/99:14

94

10/10/99:159310/10/99:137810/10/99:12

PARADISE ROAD

102

06/17/99:15

95

08/22/99:169510/10/99:119110/10/99:10

S.B. CARRILLO

98

10/10/99:13

95

10/10/99:149110/10/99:158510/10/99:16

VAFB STS

95

10/10/99:13

92

10/10/99:159110/10/99:168610/10/99:12

SANTA ROSA

93

04/16/99:21

82

04/17/99:218104/17/99:208004/16/99:20

GTC B

90

10/10/99:16

88

10/10/99:138610/10/99:148410/10/99:15

SANTA YNEZ

90

08/22/99:15

8608/22/99:147710/10/99:137610/10/99:16

LOMPOC HS&P

88

10/10/99:15

84

11/05/99:148310/09/99:198211/05/99:13

EL CAPITAN

88

10/10/99:13

83

10/10/99:148310/10/99:157910/10/99:12

LOMPOC-H STREET

78

10/10/99:14

77

11/05/99:147611/05/99:157604/17/99:15

S.M. BROADWAY

70

10/10/99:14

66

10/10/99:136510/09/99:166411/05/99:13

Note: These data are for stations operating 80% or more of the year.

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