Recent work from graduate student Alison Banks and professor Gabriel Kooperman demonstrates how climate change may impact future air quality.
Biomass and fossil fuel burning impact air quality by injecting fine particulate matter (PM2.5) and its precursors into the atmosphere, which poses serious threats to human health. However, the surface concentration of PM2.5 depends not only on the magnitude of emissions, but also secondary…
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