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New Mexico State University
Bi-National Air Quality Program
Sponsored by the NM Department of Health
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The goal of the Bi-National Air Quality Project is to design and implement a comprehensive air quality study in southern New Mexico, far West Texas and northwestern Chihuahua state. The project team has been collecting information on air quality for the region and has been designing an optimal network for monitoring air pollutants and collecting meteorological information. We have made a special effort to examine airborne fungal and spore activity that is thought to negatively impact respiratory health.  
NM Border Air Quality Blog
2015-5-13 Tuesday, May 12 was full of weather action along the border. Along the east side of the region from Deming to Sacramento Mountains, we saw ...Read More
2015-5-10 May 9, 2015Despite above average precipitation in 2015 through most of New Mexico including the southwest part of the state, the soils are becoming dry ...Read More
2015-2-11 February 10, 2015A backdoor cold front moved through New Mexico today bringing in high winds and cooler temperatures. Winds this morning caused blowind dust in ...Read More