air quality scientist Articles

  • ‘Sleeper’ Issue: Indoor Air Quality

    Thirty percent of commercial buildings in the United States have poor indoor air quality (IAQ), according to an ...


    By ProMark Associates, Inc.

  • Proactive Indoor Air Quality Surveys Save Budgets

    As facility budgets tighten, managers are realizing the many benefits that money spent for proactive indoor air quality is a smart investment. Here is a simple comparison to exemplify the point. Indoor air quality investigations conducted in response to employee complaint or illness clusters cost $3.00 to $10.00 per square foot of space investigated compared to 2 to 10 cents per square foot for a ...

  • Carbon Monoxide, Carbon Dioxide and Indoor Air Quality

    Chances are that unless you are hot or cold – or if you smell something funny – you probably never think about indoor air quality. However, scientists know that gases in the air that you cannot see or smell can still affect your health. Carbon Monoxide The most dangerous gas most of us will ever face is carbon monoxide (CO). Not normally occurring in nature, this ...


    By Air Concern Limited (ACL)

  • Review of the requirements for models and model applications

    Requirements for models and model applications are reviewed on basis of the Dobris Assessment report and the practice in EU legislation and international organisations, and from the responses of a questionnaire sent to 38 European countries. Model applications are frequently used for regulatory and general assessment purposes by various users (scientists, air quality managers, policy-makers). ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • MPCA publishes local air quality data from AQMesh

    Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has been monitoring Minnesota’s air quality for a number of years, and it is generally considered to be good. However, MPCA wanted to understand how air pollution varies across small distances in order to minimise vulnerable communities’ exposure to harmful pollutants. Following project funding* in 2017, earlier this year MPCA successfully ...


    By AQMesh

  • MPCA publishes local air quality data from AQMesh

    Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has been monitoring Minnesota’s air quality for a number of years, and it is generally considered to be good. However, MPCA wanted to understand how air pollution varies across small distances in order to minimise vulnerable communities’ exposure to harmful pollutants. Following project funding* in 2017, earlier this year MPCA successfully ...


    By AQMesh

  • Staff spotlight: atmospheric scientist tackles complex air quality issues

    George Schewe, a Certified Consulting Meteorologist and Qualified Environmental Professional, joined Trinity’s Covington, Kentucky office in 2008. A veteran of EPA with nearly three decades of consulting experience, George is well-versGeorge Schewe_photoed in air quality regulatory requirements and a master in complex air dispersion modeling analyses. Here is George’s take on his role ...


    By Trinity Consultants

  • Manmade chemicals a major cause of global climate change

    Although the Earth?s climate evolves naturally over time, the major cause of climate change that is harmful and lead to unfavorable weather, water patterns, growth patterns are due to the release of manmade chemicals. While these chemicals are necessary to produce certain items, operate essential refrigeration equipment, or make our daily lives easier, they are a danger to the environment and the ...


    By Accruent

  • Micro Pulse LiDAR Enables Automatic Aerosol Characterization - Case Study

    Depolarization and Continuous Data Collection Support Pollen Research in Barcelona, Spain Public health problems related to airborne pollen activity are on the rise in European megacities. Many people suffer from allergic reactions to biogenic particles that are naturally created by trees, grasses, flowers and other vegetation. Cities with large parks and gardens or nearby forests tend to ...

  • Tracking Air Pollution with Mini Micro Pulse LiDAR - Case Study

    Portable Monitoring Solution Offers Valuable Insight Into Haze Problem Poor air quality in large urban population centers has a negative impact on health and quality of life. To address these issues, the Institute of Urban Meteorology (IUM) in Beijing, China, is conducting fundamental research to better understand, forecast and mitigate atmospheric haze, i.e., air pollution. Over the past ...

  • Micro Pulse LiDAR Enhances Global Aviation Safety - Case Study

    Monitoring Volcanic Ash provides early warnings of Hazardous Atmospheric Conditions Volcanic ash is a recurring impediment to normal air-traffic operations in Europe, Asia and South America due to potential jet engine damage caused by the razor-sharp particles in dense ash plumes. A notable example is the 2010 eruption of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano in Iceland that shut-down air ...

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