A new Westervelt group paper led by PhD student Garima Raheja was published recently in ACS Earth and Space Chemistry. Raheja analyzed ~2 years of calibrated low cost sensor in Lomé, Togo. To our knowledge this is the first ambient air quality profile in Togo. Co-authors included scientists and students from the Université de Lomé and a non-profit in Ghana. CAMS-Net members include Columbia Clean Air Toolbox, Université de Lomé, and Clean Air One Atmosphere.
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