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Citizen Scientists to Measure Local Air Quality Using Low-Cost Sensors
As part of a NASA-funded project, we are looking for interested citizen scientists to use low-cost air quality sensors to measure particle concentrations in their neighborhood. The data will be used to help understand differences between estimates using satellite data and that measured using ground monitors. Citizen Scientists will have opportunity to interact with the project team and other citizens to explore questions of their own.
Email address *
Name *
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Phone Number (optional)
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Level of Education *
Please specify your age range *
What is your field of work or study? *
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Where do you plan to install the low-cost sensor? Please provide the latitude and longitude of the potential location. If not available, please provide the address. *
Latitude and longitude of a location can be determined from online location services. For example, you can search for the address in Google Maps and click on the location pin to see the coordinates of that address.
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Does that location have access to 24/7 electricity, barring unexpected outages? *
Does the location have access to 24/7 wireless internet access, barring unexpected outages *
On average, how much time can you spend on this project per week? *
Rate your level of interest in understanding the air quality in your neighborhood (scale of 1 to 5: 1: great interest; 5: no interest) *
Rate your level of interest in using low-cost air quality sensors (1: great interest; 5: no interest) *
Rate your current level of understanding on satellite data/imagery (e.g., aerosol optical depth, surface particle concentration estimates) and its applications for air quality (1: great interest; 5: no interest) *
How interested are you in learning about satellite data and using it for air quality? (1: very interested or current expert; 5: no interest) *
How interested are you in operating (or learning to operate) low-cost air quality sensors to measure your local air quality? (1: very interested or current expert; 5: no interest) *
How curious are you in exploring the air quality data sets to do your own analysis of local air quality? *
Are you available to attend a 1-day workshop in Diamond Bar, CA, to learn more about the aspects of the project, datasets, analysis and to meet your co-citizen scientists? *
Are you interested in posting data or sharing your work on social media with fellow citizen scientists, writing your own blogs, etc? If so, please explain your areas of interest.
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Explain briefly your prior experience, if any, with sensors, satellite data and analysis of air quality data *
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Would you be interested in participating in long-term (> 1-yr) sensor deployment? *
Describe briefly your interest in this project, what you would like to gain from participating in this project, and how you hope to use this data. *
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