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From Air Quality Sensors to Sensor Networks: Things We Need to Learn

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From Air Quality Sensors to Sensor Networks: Things We Need to Learn

LPG stove and fuel intervention among pregnant women reduce fine particle air pollution exposures in three countries: Pilot results from the HAPIN trial

Exposure contrasts associated with a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) intervention at potential field sites for the multi-country household air pollution intervention network (HAPIN) trial in India: results from pilot phase activities in rural Tamil Nadu.

The use of bluetooth low energy Beacon systems to estimate indirect personal exposure to household air pollution

Machine-learned modeling of PM2.5 exposures in rural Lao PDR

New Yorker: The Hidden Air Pollution in Our Homes

Air Pollution and Impact Analysis of a Pilot Stove Intervention: Report to the Ministry of Health and Inter-Ministerial Clean Stove Initiative of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic

Quantification of a saleable health product (aDALYs) from household cooking interventions

Measuring personal exposure to fine particulate matter (PM2.5) among rural Honduran women: a field evaluation of the Ultrasonic Personal Aerosol Sampler (UPAS)

Monitoring and modeling of household air quality related to use of different cookfuels in Paraguay

Using personal exposure measurements of particulate matter to estimate health impacts associated with cooking in peri-urban Accra, Ghana

Small, Smart, Fast, and Cheap: Microchip-Based Sensors to Estimate Air Pollution Exposures in Rural Households

You don't get what you expect, you get what you inspect.