AIR MONITORING STATIONS
View data from each station:
- Bertha Ganter – Fort McKay (AMS 1)
- Mildred Lake (AMS 2)
- Lower Camp Met Tower (AMS 3)
- Buffalo Viewpoint (AMS 4)
- Mannix (AMS 5)
- Patricia McInnes (AMS 6)
- Athabasca Valley (AMS 7)
- Fort Chipewyan (AMS 8)
- Barge Landing (AMS 9)
- Lower Camp (AMS 11)
- Millennium (AMS 12)
- Fort McKay South(AMS 13)
- Anzac (AMS 14)
- CNRL Horizon (AMS 15)
- Shell Muskeg River (AMS 16)
- Wapasu (AMS 17)
- Conklin (AMS 18)
- Mobile Air Monitoring Station
- Portable Air Monitoring Station
Welcome to WBEA.org.
The Wood Buffalo Environmental Association (WBEA) operates the largest airshed, in the largest municipality in the country. We are committed to monitoring air quality on behalf of all those who live and work in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo. We do so in a spirit of cooperation with all parties, and with the best interest of the citizens of our region always in mind.
- is a dynamic collaboration of communities, environmental groups, industry, government and Aboriginal stakeholders.
- is an integral component of Alberta Environment regulatory compliance for member companies.
- operates the most extensive ambient air network in Alberta with 15 air monitoring stations and 20 passive monitoring stations to date.
- reports continuous ambient air quality data, in real time, directly to our website.
- operates programs that include air, land and human exposure monitoring.
- operates in an area where the main industry is oil sands development.
- engages stakeholders in the work of the Association and increases interaction with the public through open houses, newsletters, radio, newspaper, school presentations, trade shows, science fairs, Environment Week and other special events.
From north central Alberta to the borders of Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo (www.woodbuffalo.ab.ca) covers 68,454 square kilometres, making it one of the largest municipalities in North America. It was established in 1995, through an amalgamation of the City of Fort McMurray and Improvement District No. 143 and in 2008 had a population of 103,334