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Atmosphere, Volume 9, Issue 4 (April 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Indoor and outdoor PM2.5 at Colorado USA homes varies by season, being highest in the summer. The [...] Read more. Indoor and outdoor PM2.5 at Colorado USA homes varies by season, being highest in the summer. The I/O ratio was found to not vary seasonally, indicating that the source of indoor PM2.5 still, however, depended on the season. On the other hand, airborne bacterial biomass did not vary by season. Home characteristics were related to both microbial community composition and PM2.5. This study, therefore, highlights the need to reduce PM2.5 indoors in summer by reducing infiltration, and by using exhaust hoods when cooking. View this paper.