thanks that is easier to view than that strange interface to the database on the EPA site.
I suspect that ozone levels will go down as volatile hydrocarbons go up as ozone reacts with them forming CO2 and H20. Ozone is merely a lung and
respiratory irritant, instead of a mitochondrial toxin like H2S
Here is a map of water sampling points from the EPA in the GOM. What I don't understand is that the monitors right by the site are giving good
readings. There is almost definately a cover-up going on with both the air and water testing.
We need a third party test. Has anyone seen a third party test?
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