Air Sensor Stories
These materials and workshop were developed to help diverse audiences understand the potential of user-friendly air quality sensors to address communities’ questions and concerns about particle pollution. It provides a basic introduction to the sources, regulations, and health effects of fine particulate matter (PM2.5), an overview of the many user-friendly models of sensors on the market, and an interactive “Action Plan” activity to help participants apply what they have learned to a real problem. Optional interactive activities are provided to help participants explore key concepts and how sensors work. The workshop is designed to take between 1 and 3 hours, depending on how many hands-on activities are integrated.
Supported by National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences grants to: University of Rochester (P30-ES01247), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (P30-ES010126), University of Texas Medical Branch (P30-ES006676), Columbia University (P30-ES009089), and WE ACT for Environmental Justice. Last updated 8/2018.
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Register at the link below to access the PowerPoint version of the workshop presentation making it easier for you to edit the presentation with your organization’s information and local data. You’ll also receive access to a participant feedback form that can be used to evaluate your session as well a presenter feedback form that can be used to share your experience as a facilitator with us.
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