The Health Effects Institute Funding Near Roadway Monitoring and Exposure Assessment Study

My group at UW will be funded next spring by the Health Effects Institute (HEI) to conduct a 2-year study in which we will deploy over 60 traffic-related real-time air pollution monitors throughout Alameda County.  The first study of its kind, the dense monitoring network will provide crucial information on the ebb and flow of traffic related air pollution at extremely fine spatial and temporal scales.  The network will enable exposure assessment experiments within Alameda County, which will also be conducted as part of the HEI-funded study.  For more information contact me:  eseto@uw.edu

 

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