AIR POLLUTION IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC IN 2010

Czech Hydrometeorological Institute - Air Quality Protection Division




LIST OF TABLES

Tab. I.1.1 Total emissions of basic air pollutants in 2009 – final data
Tab. I.1.2 Total emissions of basic air pollutants in 2010 – preliminary data
Tab. I.1.3 Share of emissions of basic pollutants from waste incineration plants in total emissions in 2009
Tab. I.2.1 Total emissions of greenhouse gases, 1990–2009 [Mt CO2eq.]
Tab. I.2.2 Emissions of greenhouse gases structured by sectors, 1990–2009 [Mt CO2eq.]
Tab. I.2.3 Emissions of CO2 verified and reported in the ETS scheme, 2005–2010 [Mt CO2eq.]
Tab. II.1.1 Air pollution monitoring localities, based on the owner, Czech Republic, 2010
Tab. II.1.2 Air pollution monitoring localities measuring basic pollutants, AMS, based on the owner, Czech Republic, 2010
Tab. II.1.3 Air pollution monitoring localities measuring other pollutants and supplementary quantities, AMS, based on the owner, Czech Republic, 2010
Tab. II.1.4 Air pollution monitoring localities measuring basic pollutants, manual methods, based on the owner, Czech Republic, 2010
Tab. II.1.5 Total number of monitoring localities with special measurements, manual methods, based on the owner, Czech Republic, 2010
Tab. II.1.6 Exchange of Information (EoI) station classification
Tab. II.1.7 Percentage of valid data from the stations with continuous measurement, 2010
Tab. II.1.8 Percentage of valid data from the stations with manual measurement, 2010
Tab. II.1.9 Percentage of valid data from the stations measuring meteorological parameters, 2010
Tab. II.1.10 Percentage of valid data from other measurements, 2010
Tab. II.4.1.1 Average PM10 24-hour concentrations
Tab. II.4.2.1 Stations with the highest values of the 25th and maximum hourly concentrations of SO2
Tab. II.4.2.2 Stations with the highest numbers of exceedances of the 24-hour limit value of SO2
Tab. II.4.2.3 Stations with the highest values of annual average concentrations of SO2
Tab. II.4.2.4 Stations with the highest numbers of exceedances of the 24-hour limit value of PM10
Tab. II.4.2.5 Stations with the highest values of annual average concentrations of PM10
Tab. II.4.2.6 Overview of localities with the exceedance of the limit value for annual average PM10 concentration, 2006–2010
Tab. II.4.2.7 Stations with the highest values of annual average concentrations of PM2.5
Tab. II.4.2.8 Stations with the highest values of the 19th and maximum hourly concentrations of NO2
Tab. II.4.2.9 Stations with the highest values of annual average concentrations of NO2
Tab. II.4.2.10 Stations with the highest values of maximum 8-hour running average concentrations of CO
Tab. II.4.2.11 Stations with the highest values of annual average concentrations of benzene
Tab. II.4.2.12 Stations with the highest values of maximum daily 8-hour running average concentrations of ozone
Tab. II.4.2.13 Number of hours of the ozone alert threshold exceedance (180 μg.m-3) per year at selected AIM stations, 1995–2010
Tab. II.4.2.14 Stations with the highest values of annual average concentrations of lead in the ambient air
Tab. II.4.2.15 Stations with the highest values of annual average concentrations of cadmium in the ambient air
Tab. II.4.2.16 Stations with the highest values of annual average concentrations of arsenic in the ambient air
Tab. II.4.2.17 Stations with the highest values of annual average concentrations of nickel in the ambient air
Tab. II.4.2.18 Stations with the highest values of annual average concentrations of benzo(a)pyrene in the ambient air
Tab. II.4.2.19 Stations measuring mercury in the ambient air with the values of annual average and maximum concentrations
Tab. II.4.2.20 Stations measuring ammonia in the ambient air with the values of annual average and maximum 24-hour concentrations
Tab. II.4.2.21 Stations with the highest values of annual averages of SO2 concentrations at rural stations
Tab. II.4.2.22 Stations with the highest values of winter averages of SO2 concentrations at rural stations, 2010/2011
Tab. II.4.2.23 Stations with the highest values of annual average of NOx and NO2 concentrations at rural stations
Tab. II.4.2.24 Stations with the highest AOT40 values of ozone at rural and suburban stations
Tab. II.4.3.1 Limit value (LV) and target value (TV) exceedances in the zones/agglomerations and municipalities with extended competencies of the Czech Republic (excluding the ground-level ozone), % of the area of the administrative unit, 2010
Tab. II.4.3.2 Exceedances of the ozone target value for the protection of health in the zones/agglomerations and municipalities with extended competencies of the Czech Republic, % of the area of the administrative unit, 2010
Tab. II.4.3.3 Exceedances of the limit value (SO2, NOx) and target value (AOT40) for the protection of ecosystems and vegetation within NP and CHKO, % of the territory of NP and CHKO, 2010
Tab. II.5.1 Overview of stations exceeding the average 24-hour concentration of PM10 50 μg.m-3 in January and February 2010 in 3-day and longer episodes
Tab. II.5.2 Announcement of warning and regulation signals in the territory of the Czech Republic in 2010
Tab. II.5.3 Periods with occurrence of maximum daily temperatures above 30 C for two subsequent days and the measured maximum O3 concentrations in the Czech Republic
Tab. II.5.4 Overview of concentrations exceeding 180 μg.m-3 in 3-hour and longer episodes
Tab. III.1 Average deposition fluxes of S, N and H in the Czech Republic, 2010
Tab. III.2 Estimate of the total annual deposition of the given elements on the area of the Czech Republic (78,841 sq. km) in tonnes, 2010
Tab. III.3 Estimate of the total annual deposition of sulphur on the forested area of the Czech Republic (26,428 sq. km) in tonnes, 2001–2010
Tab. III.4 Station networks monitoring atmospheric precipitation quality and atmospheric deposition, 2010
Tab. III.5 Average annual concentrations of ions in atmospheric precipitation at the stations in the Czech Republic, 2010
Tab. III.6 Annual wet atmospheric deposition at the stations in the Czech Republic, 2010