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California Department of Health Services Data

PARTICULATE MATTER 2.5 EXCEEDANCE DAYS "Fine" particulate matter measures at 2.5 microns and is referred to as PM25. #Days > National 24-Hour Standard Fine particles can be directly emitted Source: Califomia Air Resources Board into the atmosphere through area- wide sources such as motor vehicles. agricultural burning and dust, and road dust. Fine particles are so small they can penetrate the respiratory system and cause health problems. 3.5 11.4 12.1 36.5 2.1 27.6 28.8 66.7 65.6 50.6 38.7 2006 2007 2008 2009 San Diego San Francisco Sacramento Valley San Joaquin Valley PRIME FARMLAND LOST TO URBAN & BUILT-UP LAND (ACRES) 2002-2004 Prime Farmland consists of 2004-2006 the best soil quality, growing season, and water supply to produce economically sustainable crop yields. 2006-2008 (1901 Sol Survey Monual US Department of Agrikulture Source: California Department of Conservation #DAYS > STATE 1-HOUR STANDARD AIR BASINS 2006 2007 2008 2009 San Francisco 18 11 Sacramento Valley 44 15 41 29 San Joaquin Valley 90 69 95 82 San Diego 23 21 18 Source: California Air Resources Board GROUNDWATER AND DRINKING WATER QUALITY Top 10 Possible Contaminating Activities in the Central Valley (2001-2004) Sewage Gas Stations Historic o Nitrates &Pesticides Auto Repair Shops Dumping-Underground Gas Storage Tanks Detergents amodig Drinking Water Contaminant Plumes aty acs Machine Shops Septic systems Metals Confimed leakng tarka Solvents Apkutural Wels Automotive Wastes Source: Califomia Department of Health Services, data compiled by the Information Center for the Environment, University of California, Davis (2001-2004) CALIFORNIA 69L'EL 12,032 8.241 PARTICULATE MATTER 2.5 EXCEEDANCE DAYS "Fine" particulate matter measures at 2.5 microns and is referred to as PM25. #Days > National 24-Hour Standard Fine particles can be directly emitted Source: Califomia Air Resources Board into the atmosphere through area- wide sources such as motor vehicles. agricultural burning and dust, and road dust. Fine particles are so small they can penetrate the respiratory system and cause health problems. 3.5 11.4 12.1 36.5 2.1 27.6 28.8 66.7 65.6 50.6 38.7 2006 2007 2008 2009 San Diego San Francisco Sacramento Valley San Joaquin Valley PRIME FARMLAND LOST TO URBAN & BUILT-UP LAND (ACRES) 2002-2004 Prime Farmland consists of 2004-2006 the best soil quality, growing season, and water supply to produce economically sustainable crop yields. 2006-2008 (1901 Sol Survey Monual US Department of Agrikulture Source: California Department of Conservation #DAYS > STATE 1-HOUR STANDARD AIR BASINS 2006 2007 2008 2009 San Francisco 18 11 N Sacramento Valley 44 15 41 29 San Joaquin Valley 90 69 95 82 San Diego 23 21 18 Source: California Air Resources Board GROUNDWATER AND DRINKING WATER QUALITY Top 10 Possible Contaminating Activities in the Central Valley (2001-2004) Sewage Gas Stations Historic o Nitrates &Pesticides Auto Repair Shops Dumping-Underground Gas Storage Tanks Detergents amodig Drinking Water Contaminant Plumes aty acs Machine Shops Septic systems Metals Confimed leakng tarka Solvents Apkutural Wels Automotive Wastes Source: Califomia Department of Health Services, data compiled by the Information Center for the Environment, University of California, Davis (2001-2004) CALIFORNIA 69L'EL 12,032 8.241 PARTICULATE MATTER 2.5 EXCEEDANCE DAYS "Fine" particulate matter measures at 2.5 microns and is referred to as PM25. #Days > National 24-Hour Standard Fine particles can be directly emitted Source: Califomia Air Resources Board into the atmosphere through area- wide sources such as motor vehicles. agricultural burning and dust, and road dust. Fine particles are so small they can penetrate the respiratory system and cause health problems. 3.5 11.4 12.1 36.5 2.1 27.6 28.8 66.7 65.6 50.6 38.7 2006 2007 2008 2009 San Diego San Francisco Sacramento Valley San Joaquin Valley PRIME FARMLAND LOST TO URBAN & BUILT-UP LAND (ACRES) 2002-2004 Prime Farmland consists of 2004-2006 the best soil quality, growing season, and water supply to produce economically sustainable crop yields. 2006-2008 (1901 Sol Survey Monual US Department of Agrikulture Source: California Department of Conservation #DAYS > STATE 1-HOUR STANDARD AIR BASINS 2006 2007 2008 2009 San Francisco 18 11 N Sacramento Valley 44 15 41 29 San Joaquin Valley 90 69 95 82 San Diego 23 21 18 Source: California Air Resources Board GROUNDWATER AND DRINKING WATER QUALITY Top 10 Possible Contaminating Activities in the Central Valley (2001-2004) Sewage Gas Stations Historic o Nitrates &Pesticides Auto Repair Shops Dumping-Underground Gas Storage Tanks Detergents amodig Drinking Water Contaminant Plumes aty acs Machine Shops Septic systems Metals Confimed leakng tarka Solvents Apkutural Wels Automotive Wastes Source: Califomia Department of Health Services, data compiled by the Information Center for the Environment, University of California, Davis (2001-2004) CALIFORNIA 69L'EL 12,032 8.241 PARTICULATE MATTER 2.5 EXCEEDANCE DAYS "Fine" particulate matter measures at 2.5 microns and is referred to as PM25. #Days > National 24-Hour Standard Fine particles can be directly emitted Source: Califomia Air Resources Board into the atmosphere through area- wide sources such as motor vehicles. agricultural burning and dust, and road dust. Fine particles are so small they can penetrate the respiratory system and cause health problems. 3.5 11.4 12.1 36.5 2.1 27.6 28.8 66.7 65.6 50.6 38.7 2006 2007 2008 2009 San Diego San Francisco Sacramento Valley San Joaquin Valley PRIME FARMLAND LOST TO URBAN & BUILT-UP LAND (ACRES) 2002-2004 Prime Farmland consists of 2004-2006 the best soil quality, growing season, and water supply to produce economically sustainable crop yields. 2006-2008 (1901 Sol Survey Monual US Department of Agrikulture Source: California Department of Conservation #DAYS > STATE 1-HOUR STANDARD AIR BASINS 2006 2007 2008 2009 San Francisco 18 11 N Sacramento Valley 44 15 41 29 San Joaquin Valley 90 69 95 82 San Diego 23 21 18 Source: California Air Resources Board GROUNDWATER AND DRINKING WATER QUALITY Top 10 Possible Contaminating Activities in the Central Valley (2001-2004) Sewage Gas Stations Historic o Nitrates &Pesticides Auto Repair Shops Dumping-Underground Gas Storage Tanks Detergents amodig Drinking Water Contaminant Plumes aty acs Machine Shops Septic systems Metals Confimed leakng tarka Solvents Apkutural Wels Automotive Wastes Source: Califomia Department of Health Services, data compiled by the Information Center for the Environment, University of California, Davis (2001-2004) CALIFORNIA 69L'EL 12,032 8.241 PARTICULATE MATTER 2.5 EXCEEDANCE DAYS "Fine" particulate matter measures at 2.5 microns and is referred to as PM25. #Days > National 24-Hour Standard Fine particles can be directly emitted Source: Califomia Air Resources Board into the atmosphere through area- wide sources such as motor vehicles. agricultural burning and dust, and road dust. Fine particles are so small they can penetrate the respiratory system and cause health problems. 3.5 11.4 12.1 36.5 2.1 27.6 28.8 66.7 65.6 50.6 38.7 2006 2007 2008 2009 San Diego San Francisco Sacramento Valley San Joaquin Valley PRIME FARMLAND LOST TO URBAN & BUILT-UP LAND (ACRES) 2002-2004 Prime Farmland consists of 2004-2006 the best soil quality, growing season, and water supply to produce economically sustainable crop yields. 2006-2008 (1901 Sol Survey Monual US Department of Agrikulture Source: California Department of Conservation #DAYS > STATE 1-HOUR STANDARD AIR BASINS 2006 2007 2008 2009 San Francisco 18 11 N Sacramento Valley 44 15 41 29 San Joaquin Valley 90 69 95 82 San Diego 23 21 18 Source: California Air Resources Board GROUNDWATER AND DRINKING WATER QUALITY Top 10 Possible Contaminating Activities in the Central Valley (2001-2004) Sewage Gas Stations Historic o Nitrates &Pesticides Auto Repair Shops Dumping-Underground Gas Storage Tanks Detergents amodig Drinking Water Contaminant Plumes aty acs Machine Shops Septic systems Metals Confimed leakng tarka Solvents Apkutural Wels Automotive Wastes Source: Califomia Department of Health Services, data compiled by the Information Center for the Environment, University of California, Davis (2001-2004) CALIFORNIA 69L'EL 12,032 8.241 PARTICULATE MATTER 2.5 EXCEEDANCE DAYS "Fine" particulate matter measures at 2.5 microns and is referred to as PM25. #Days > National 24-Hour Standard Fine particles can be directly emitted Source: Califomia Air Resources Board into the atmosphere through area- wide sources such as motor vehicles. agricultural burning and dust, and road dust. Fine particles are so small they can penetrate the respiratory system and cause health problems. 3.5 11.4 12.1 36.5 2.1 27.6 28.8 66.7 65.6 50.6 38.7 2006 2007 2008 2009 San Diego San Francisco Sacramento Valley San Joaquin Valley PRIME FARMLAND LOST TO URBAN & BUILT-UP LAND (ACRES) 2002-2004 Prime Farmland consists of 2004-2006 the best soil quality, growing season, and water supply to produce economically sustainable crop yields. 2006-2008 (1901 Sol Survey Monual US Department of Agrikulture Source: California Department of Conservation #DAYS > STATE 1-HOUR STANDARD AIR BASINS 2006 2007 2008 2009 San Francisco 18 11 N Sacramento Valley 44 15 41 29 San Joaquin Valley 90 69 95 82 San Diego 23 21 18 Source: California Air Resources Board GROUNDWATER AND DRINKING WATER QUALITY Top 10 Possible Contaminating Activities in the Central Valley (2001-2004) Sewage Gas Stations Historic o Nitrates &Pesticides Auto Repair Shops Dumping-Underground Gas Storage Tanks Detergents amodig Drinking Water Contaminant Plumes aty acs Machine Shops Septic systems Metals Confimed leakng tarka Solvents Apkutural Wels Automotive Wastes Source: Califomia Department of Health Services, data compiled by the Information Center for the Environment, University of California, Davis (2001-2004) CALIFORNIA 69L'EL 12,032 8.241 PARTICULATE MATTER 2.5 EXCEEDANCE DAYS "Fine" particulate matter measures at 2.5 microns and is referred to as PM25. #Days > National 24-Hour Standard Fine particles can be directly emitted Source: Califomia Air Resources Board into the atmosphere through area- wide sources such as motor vehicles. agricultural burning and dust, and road dust. Fine particles are so small they can penetrate the respiratory system and cause health problems. 3.5 11.4 12.1 36.5 2.1 27.6 28.8 66.7 65.6 50.6 38.7 2006 2007 2008 2009 San Diego San Francisco Sacramento Valley San Joaquin Valley PRIME FARMLAND LOST TO URBAN & BUILT-UP LAND (ACRES) 2002-2004 Prime Farmland consists of 2004-2006 the best soil quality, growing season, and water supply to produce economically sustainable crop yields. 2006-2008 (1901 Sol Survey Monual US Department of Agrikulture Source: California Department of Conservation #DAYS > STATE 1-HOUR STANDARD AIR BASINS 2006 2007 2008 2009 San Francisco 18 11 N Sacramento Valley 44 15 41 29 San Joaquin Valley 90 69 95 82 San Diego 23 21 18 Source: California Air Resources Board GROUNDWATER AND DRINKING WATER QUALITY Top 10 Possible Contaminating Activities in the Central Valley (2001-2004) Sewage Gas Stations Historic o Nitrates &Pesticides Auto Repair Shops Dumping-Underground Gas Storage Tanks Detergents amodig Drinking Water Contaminant Plumes aty acs Machine Shops Septic systems Metals Confimed leakng tarka Solvents Apkutural Wels Automotive Wastes Source: Califomia Department of Health Services, data compiled by the Information Center for the Environment, University of California, Davis (2001-2004) CALIFORNIA 69L'EL 12,032 8.241

California Department of Health Services Data

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This highlights a number of health and environmental concerns, looking more closely at ground water verses drinking water, particulate matter emissions, and prime farmland lost to urban and built-up land.

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