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From:Atmospheric Measurement Techniques (Vol. 15, Issue 17) Peer-ReviewedMethane, a major contributor to climate change, is emitted by a variety of natural and anthropogenic sources. Commercially available lab-grade instruments for sensing trace methane are expensive, and previous efforts to...
From:Atmospheric Measurement Techniques (Vol. 13, Issue 7) Peer-Reviewed
Application of low-cost fine particulate mass monitors to convert satellite aerosol optical depth to surface concentrations in North America and Africa.Low-cost particulate mass sensors provide opportunities to assess air quality at unprecedented spatial and temporal resolutions. Established traditional monitoring networks have limited spatial resolution and are simply...
From:Atmospheric Measurement Techniques (Vol. 12, Issue 2) Peer-Reviewed
Development of a general calibration model and long-term performance evaluation of low-cost sensors for air pollutant gas monitoring
Assessing the intracity spatial distribution and temporal variability in air quality can be facilitated by a dense network of monitoring stations. However, the cost of implementing such a network can be prohibitive...
From:Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health (Vol. 15, Issue 4)Abstract Only
From:Atmospheric Measurement Techniques (Vol. 11, Issue 1) Peer-Reviewed
A machine learning calibration model using random forests to improve sensor performance for lower-cost air quality monitoringByline: Naomi Zimmerman, Albert A. Presto, Sriniwasa P. N. Kumar, Jason Gu, Aliaksei Hauryliuk, Ellis S. Robinson, Allen L. Robinson, R. Subramanian To access, purchase, authenticate, or subscribe to the full-text of...
From:Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health (Vol. 14, Issue 12)
Spatial variations in urban air pollution: impacts of diesel bus traffic and restaurant cooking at small scales.Abstract Only
From:Environmental Health Perspectives (Vol. 128, Issue 1) Peer-Reviewed
Moving beyond Fine Particle Mass: High-Spatial Resolution Exposure to Source-Resolved Atmospheric Particle Number and Chemical Mixing State.Background: Most epidemiological studies address health effects of atmospheric particulate matter (PM) using mass-based measurements as exposure surrogates. However, this approach ignores many critical physiochemical...
From:Journal of Physical Chemistry A (Vol. 108, Issue 42) Peer-Reviewed
Ozonolysis fragment quenching by nitrate formation: The pressure dependence of prompt OH radical formationAbstract Only
From:Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (Vol. 18, Issue 22) Peer-Reviewed
High-spatial-resolution mapping and source apportionment of aerosol composition in Oakland, California, using mobile aerosol mass spectrometry
We investigated spatial and temporal patterns in the concentration and composition of submicron particulate matter (PM.sub.1) in Oakland, California, in the summer of 2017 using an aerosol mass spectrometer mounted...
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