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Investigation of Indoor and Outdoor Fine Particulate Matter Concentrations in Schools in Salt Lake City, Utah
Although there is mounting evidence that suggests that air pollution is impactful to human health and educational outcomes, this is especially problematic in schools with higher air pollution levels. To understand whether all schools in an urban area are exposed to similar outdoor air quality and whether school infrastructure protects children equally indoors, we installed research-grade sensors to observe PM2.5 concentrations in indoor and outdoor settings to understand how unequal exposure todoi:10.3390/pollutants2010009 fatcat:7delfzkblng3nkl76ywdn42qam