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Air pollution source impacts at fine scales for long-term regulatory accountability and environmental justice

Principal Investigator: 

George Mason University

The primary objective of this Walter A. Rosenblith New Investigator Award study is to create fine-scale daily PM2.5 source impacts from major source and fuel categories from 2011-2020. This objective builds on recent work developing fine-scale daily air pollution exposure products in the United States, which have driven recent epidemiological studies on air pollution health effects.

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The abstract for the poster presented at the 2024 HEI Annual Conference can be found here.