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People + Ozone = more particle mass

Dr. Anita Avery published the final paper of her Ph.D. work in the DeCarlo group. This work analyzes measurements made in a classroom, and links occupancy to decreases in ozone (seen before by other researchers), and subsequent addition of particle … Continue reading

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CLEAR PM: Dreyfus Foundation Award

The Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation has awarded Drs DeCarlo and Waring a grant to develop a tool to teach students and the public about the chemistry of Aerosols. CLEAR PM: Chemistry Lessons Enabling Aerosol Realizations with Particulate Measurements will … Continue reading

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Marcellus Air Quality Research

A team of researchers from Drexel University and Aerodyne Research joined forces in the Marcellus Shale Region of Pennsylvania. The goals of the EPRI sponsored study were to both characterize the regional background atmospheric composition in the Marcellus Region, and … Continue reading

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