A Branch of the Georgia Environmental Protection Division

Ambient Monitoring Program

Visit the Ambient Monitoring Program website to access current
air monitoring data throughout the state.

Phone: 404.363.7006  Fax: 404.363.7100

The Ambient Monitoring Program measures levels of air pollutants throughout the State. Hourly measurements are available. AMP also reports the Air Quality Index (AQI), a simple measure of a region's air quality, for several Georgia cities and offers daily Smog Alert forecasts.

  • Conducts ambient monitoring for air toxics, VOCs, lead, ozone, sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, particulate matter, and meteorological conditions.

  • Measures levels of air pollutants throughout the state.

  • Uses data to determine compliance with ambient air quality standards.

  • Uses data to evaluate the need for special controls and to assist with citizen inquiries.

  • Participates in the Smog Alert program.

DeAnna Oser, Program Manager, Phone: 404.363.7004
email: DeAnna.Oser@dnr.ga.gov