Wu study on air quality monitors cited

AirUCI faculty Jun Wu has published a study which found that a smaller number of low-cost air pollution sensors were distributed across the state in communities with lower socioeconomic status, and with higher proportions of racial/ethnic minority populations. The study also discovered a lack of functioning air sensors in areas with greater levels of ambient fine particulate matter – where they are most needed.  Additional authors are AirUCI's Dr. Shahir Masri and Dr. Amirhosein Mousavi,  formerly a postdoctoral research scientist with AirUCI.  Read the article

Thursday, March 3, 2022