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Community-Scale Air Monitoring: Techniques and Practices
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submission deadline 31 Aug 2024 | Viewed by 341 | Submission Open
Keywords: community scale; exposure assessment; air monitoring; crowdsource; sensor; environmental justice; land use regression; odor
Advancements in Metrology for Air Pollution Research: New Methods, Instrumentation, and Methodological Perspectives submission deadline 30 Oct 2024 | Viewed by 277 | Submission Open
Keywords: uncertainty; mass measurement; particulate and gaseous air pollution; validation; calibration; size-fractionation; health risk assessment
Indoor Air Quality: Airborne Disease Measurement, Control, Mitigation and Disinfection submission deadline 30 Apr 2025 | 1 articles | Viewed by 2676 | Submission Open
Keywords: air and surface disinfection and purification; airborne diseases and transmission; assessment and modeling; bioaerosols; climate change; economic impacts and policies; elderly home; environmental exposure and health risk assessment; indoor air quality; healthcare facility; occupant perception; acceptance and response; school; sustainable building; ventilation
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