Papers in this session are devoted to analyzing data from both conventional and remote-sensing observational platforms. In particular, presentations are invited on the integration of data collected from different platforms, and on the use of new satellite data products in air quality modeling. Session topics include:
- Satellite processing products and its use
- Monitoring air pollution and meteorology
- Field measurement studies
- Laboratory smog chamber experiments
- Aerosol detection and sampling
In addition, new sensor technologies, due to their characteristics (e.g., low cost, small size, high portability), are becoming increasingly important for individual exposure assessment, especially since this kind of instrument can provide measurements at high spatial and temporal resolution, which is a notable advantage when approaching assessment of exposure to environmental contaminants.
This session will provide information about advancements on the developments and use of sensor technology for air quality and health studies.
Topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Novel air sensor technologies for monitoring air quality and health conditions
- Evaluation and validation of sensor performance
- Application of sensor network on air quality, exposure and health studies