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Tracking Air Pollution with the Flow2

    By Amani Abuelenain, Dr. Carmel Price, and Dr. Natalie Sampson

    In collaboration with the Environmental Health Research-to-Action (EHRA), the authors created this infographic to impart how low-cost air sensors can be used to detect air quality trends in Metro Detroit. This infographic was part of a larger research effort by the authors and its presentation can be found here. A blurb from EHRA’s website reads that EHRA “is a community-academic partnership led by UM-Dearborn students and faculty in collaboration with local public school students, community organizations, and elected officials. EHRA is focused on building skills and intergenerational knowledge in environmental health, community science, and policy advocacy to address cumulative environmental exposures in Dearborn and nearby communities.”