Collecting Data on Particulate Matter

Before undertaking air monitoring for Particulate Matter (PM) identify the end goals of monitoring for your community. Monitoring airborne particles can be prohibitively expensive and data that is actionable for regulators can take years to collect. To be efficient, the accuracy and precision of collected data should be appropriate for its end use -- not all data needs to be of regulatory quality in order to be useful. For example, a community may want to collect data to:

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Changing filters on the pDR-1500

by mathew about 2 years ago | 0 | 323 views | 2



MiniVol pre-deployment preparation, Updated

by mathew about 2 years ago | 0 | 384 views | 1


Site Survey for a Minivol

by mathew about 2 years ago | 0 | 468 views | 1


Troubleshooting leaks on the MiniVol

by mathew about 2 years ago | 0 | 164 views | 0



Air Quality Monitoring at UWEC

by bkleist over 2 years ago | 10 | 188 views | 3





Minivol PM monitoring deployment

by mathew over 2 years ago | 0 | 128 views | 0


MiniVol pre-deployment preparation

by mathew over 2 years ago | 0 | 105 views | 0




Mapping dust hotspots with low-cost monitors

by mathew about 3 years ago | 0 | 154 views | 2


Automating Passive Particle Monitor Analysis

by mathew about 3 years ago | 3 | 121 views | 2