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August 31, 2004

Mountain Air

Washington’s worst round-the-clock air pollution, at least for ozone, is in – of all places – Mount Rainier National Park.

Watch NEW's cool animated map that shows how air pollution blows from the cities to the mountain here.

Read NEW's backgrounder on the issue here.

And read the Seattle PI’s coverage here.

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