University of Maryland researchers have developed the world’s first daily 1-kilometer seamless product of PM2.5— fine particulate matter that threatens human respiratory health — that logs the progression of the world’s air quality since 2017.
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Air Quality Deterioration from Western Wildfires Outpaces Human-Driven Improvement, Threatens Human Health
UMD researchers analyzed changes in the mortality burden attributed to wildfire pollution over the last two decades.
The annual meeting of the ESSIC Aerosol/Cloud Physics/Radiation Affinity Group was held on November 16. It was led by Dr. Zhanqing Li, the group chair.