In many areas of the Unites States that have air quality problems related to CO and other pollutants, meteorological or topographical conditions exacerbate the accumulation of pollution. But health benefits can still be gained by meeting the health standards set by EPA. Although the conditions in Fairbanks are severe, Fairbanks is in no way unique in having natural conditions that contribute substantially to its air quality problem.
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