Changeset 19627 in main


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Timestamp:
12/23/19 10:31:31 (3 months ago)
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LoisHaggard_NM
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NM epht-view-content update for Tony and Mikaela, Air-Q topic page

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  • adopters/nm-epht/trunk/src/main/webapps/epht-view-content/xml/html_content/environment/air/OutdoorQuality.xml

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    8080                                                in the sky about 10 to 30 miles above the Earth's surface. It forms a layer
    8181                                                that protects life on Earth from the sun's harmful rays. Ground-level ozone
    82                                                 is also called "bad" ozone because it is harmful to health when it is in the
    83                                                 air we breathe. Many urban areas, like big cities, tend to have higher levels
     82                                                is also called "bad" ozone because it is harmful to human health when it is in the
     83                                                air we breathe. This ozone is formed from the reaction of NO<sub>x</sub> and VOC pollutants when exposed to heat and sunlight. Many urban areas, like big cities, tend to have higher levels
    8484                                                of bad ozone. Rural areas have bad ozone, too, because the wind carries ozone
    8585                                                and the pollutants that cause it to form hundreds of miles away from their
     
    8787                                                <ul class="Indent">
    8888                                                        <li>Cause respiratory symptoms like coughing or pain when you take a deep breath.</li>
    89                                                         <li>Make asthma worse.</li>
     89                                                        <li>Aggravate asthma, emphysema, and chronic bronchitis.</li>
    9090                                                        <li>Cause lungs to get inflamed.</li>
    9191                                                        <li>Temporarily decrease the lung capacity of healthy adults.</li>
     
    9595                                                Particle pollution, or particulate matter, consists of particles that are
    9696                                                present in the air, such as dust, dirt, soot and smoke, and little droplets
    97                                                 of liquid. Some particles are large or dark enough and can be seen, like
    98                                                 soot or smoke. Other particles are too small to be seen. Being exposed to
     97                                                of liquid. Some particles are large or dark enough to be seen, like
     98                                                soot, smoke, and dust. Other particles are too small to be seen. Being exposed to
    9999                                                high levels of particle pollution for more than a year is linked
    100100                                                to heart and lung problems such as:
     
    103103                                                        <li>Reduced lung function.</li>
    104104                                                        <li>Chronic bronchitis.</li>
    105                                                         <li>Heart and other cardiovascular diseases. These problems may lead to
    106                                                         more hospital stays, more emergency department visits, and even premature death.
     105                                                        <li>Heart and other cardiovascular diseases.</li>
     106                                                </ul>
     107                                                These problems may lead to  more hospital stays, more emergency department visits, and even premature death.
    107108                                                        Sensitive people such as older adults, people with diseases like asthma or
    108109                                                        congestive heart disease, and children are more likely to be affected by
    109                                                         breathing in PM<sub>2.5</sub> (also called fine particle pollution). Being exposed
    110                                                         to high levels of particle pollution for short periods of time,
    111                                                         like hours or a few days, can: </li>
     110                                                        breathing in PM<sub>2.5</sub> (also called fine particle pollution).
     111                                                Being exposed to high levels of particle pollution for short periods of time, like hours or a few days, can:
     112                                                <ul class="Indent">
    112113                                                        <li>Make lung disease worse.</li>
    113114                                                        <li>Cause asthma attacks.</li>
     
    123124                                                They may have minor problems, however, like a scratchy throat or
    124125                                                scratchy eyes, when particle levels are high.
     126                                                <h4>NO<sub>2</sub></h4>
     127                                                NO2 is an air pollutant that is generated from vehicle and machinery emissions. These particles contribute to acid rain, as well as the dense haze that may be seen in urban areas. When exposed to light and heat, such as on a summer day in New Mexico, NO<sub>2</sub> reacts with VOC particles to generate ozone. For humans, short term exposure can aggravate asthma or cause respiratory distress even in non asthmatics, increasing emergency department visits. Chronic exposure is associated with increased risk of asthma and respiratory infections
    125128                                        </CONTENT>
    126129                                </ibis:ExpandableContent>
     
    130133                                        <CONTENT>
    131134                                                People with lung disease, children, older adults, and people who are active
    132                                                 outdoors can be affected when ozone or PM levels are unhealthy. In people
    133                                                 with heart diseases, short-term exposure to PM<sub>2.5</sub> has been linked
     135                                                outdoors can be negatively affected when ozone, PM or NO2 levels are high. In people
     136                                                with heart diseases, short-term exposure to PM<sub>2.5</sub> and PM<sub>10</sub> has been linked
    134137                                                to heart attacks and irregular heartbeats. Short-term exposure has also been
    135138                                                linked with premature deaths, usually in people who already have a serious
     
    209212                                                                <LOCAL_URL>dataportal/query/result/airq/AirQPM25Average/PM25AvgAnnConc.html</LOCAL_URL>
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     224                                                                <LOCAL_URL>dataportal/query/result/airq/AirQPM10Average/PM10AvgAnnConc.html</LOCAL_URL>
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