Ozone Garden Locations Map

Browse the various ozone garden locations by using the map below. You can click on a leaf for more information and to view the data collected at that location.

For comments or questions contact the Garden Leads at [ garden-leads@ucar.edu ]

While looking at the data graphs think of:

  • When is ozone damage most severe? Ozone damage accumulates over time will likely become worse throughout the growing season.
  • Do you see high ozone concentrations? Ozone concentrations typically peak during the afternoon and are considered unhealthy by the EPA above 70 ppb.
  • Do you see a connection between ozone concentrations and plant damage? Continual exposure to high daytime ozone concentrations (typically above 40 ppb) will contribute to visible damage on plant leaves.
  • Note: We cannot guarantee accuracy as AirNow data comes from several government agencies.
  • Ozone affects plants over long periods of time.
  • Try to look at long term changes instead of daily fluctuations.
  • For more information, visit AirNow.Gov

Leaf Damage Graph

View the data from citizen scientists just like you or select the data you would like to see using the Data Selection options.

Data Selection

Use the dropdown options below, and once all the fields have been filled out the form will automatically submit and show the updated graph.

Viewing data for NCAR

Ozone Concentration Graph

Data from EPA sensor located near NCAR

Use the form below to change the date range for the ozone concentration graph or you can match dates to the graph shown above

Ozone sensors from the following latitude and longitude locations:

* Clicking on a graph legend will hide data for that location

* Ozone concentration data provided by AirNow