voxdash dataset
voxdash dataset
Air Quality Forecasting 2007
Popularity: 15
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Environment Canada’s Air Quality Forecast Program (AQFP) provides air quality forecasts to 75% of Canadians. The program works as a partnership between Environment Canada and the provinces. These forecasts are a one to two day prediction of air quality conditions. Air quality is expressed using an Air Quality Index (AQI), which provides information on the adverse effects of the more common air pollutants. TNS Canadian Facts was contracted by Environment Canada to conduct a survey which was designed to gauge attitudes and awareness of the AQFP, communication issues surrounding the program, and other general issues of relevance to the program

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voxdash dataset
Air Quality Forecasting 2007
Popularity: 15
Environment Canada’s Air Quality Forecast Program (AQFP) provides air quality forecasts to 75% of Canadians. The program works as a partnership between Environment Canada and the provinces. These forecasts are a one to two day prediction of air quality conditions. Air quality is expressed using an Air Quality Index (AQI), which provides information on the adverse effects of the more common air pollutants. TNS Canadian Facts was contracted by Environment Canada to conduct a survey which was designed to gauge attitudes and awareness of the AQFP, communication issues surrounding the program, and other general issues of relevance to the program

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Geographical Regions
Canada
Languages
English
Keywords
Air quality,
Social Sciences,
Other
Industry Sectors
Higher Education
Data collection Start Date
2007 Feb 01
Data collection End Date
2007 Mar 01
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Environment Canada’s Air Quality Forecast Program (AQFP) provides air quality forecasts to 75% of Canadians. The program works as a partnership between Environment Canada and the provinces. These forecasts are a one to two day prediction of air quality conditions. Air quality is expressed using an Air Quality Index (AQI), which provides information on the adverse effects of the more common air pollutants. TNS Canadian Facts was contracted by Environment Canada to conduct a survey which was designed to gauge attitudes and awareness of the AQFP, communication issues surrounding the program, and other general issues of relevance to the program