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Application of Sensor Systems to Examine the Exposure-Response Relationship between Air Pollution and Asthma Symptoms in Tucson Schools

The relationship between air pollution and asthma outcomes among students will be studied by deploying personal monitoring and novel wearable technologies. Outdoor and indoor low-cost sensor networks will be established throughout Tucson schools to characterize spatiotemporal patterns of air pollution and develop machine learning-based prediction models. This project was funded by the University of Arizona.

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