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U researchers have developed a method to better predict when wildfire smoke affects residents.
The U’s Intermountain Industrial Assessment Center helps businesses save energy, operate with less emissions.
Air pollution dropped more in commercial than residential areas, and residential emissions rebounded faster following reopening.
A new study shows how the timing and location of smoke impacts shift in August and September.
Wildfire and firework smoke are more impactful to indoor air than inversions.
High-resolution analysis reveals connections between economic and environmental disparities.
One train-mounted air quality sensor can cover the same area as 30 stationary sensors.
More frequent peak air pollution exposure was associated with reduced math and English language arts test scores for third graders in all primary public schools in Salt Lake County.
New study reveals the cost of air pollution for Utahns’ health and pocketbooks