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Multiple Air Toxics Exposure Study II

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Multiple Air Toxics Exposure Study II (MATES-II) is a landmark urban toxics monitoring and evaluation study conducted for the South Coast Air Basin. The study was initiated as part of the Environmental Justice Initiatives adopted by the South Coast Air Quality Management District Governing Board in October 1997. The study represents one of the most comprehensive air toxics programs ever conducted in an urban environment, and more comprehensive than MATES-I, a similar study conducted in 1986. The project consists of a comprehensive monitoring program, an updated emissions inventory of toxic air contaminants, and a modeling effort to fully characterize Basin risk.


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