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Smoke Sense

Smoke Sense is a project that aims to understand the extent to which exposure to wildland fire smoke affects health and productivity, as well as inform health risk communication strategies that protect public health during smoke days. The study uses a mobile application to evaluate individual health effects from wildland fire smoke and communicate air quality information.

Project URL: https://www.epa.gov/air-research/smoke-sense-study-citizen-science-project-using-mobile-app

Geographic Scope: national

Status: Active

Recruiting Volunteers: Yes, this project is recruiting

Participation Tasks: Data entry, Learning, Observation,

Start Date: 2017-08-01

Project Contact: rappold.ana@epa.gov

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Project Topic: Ecology and environment, Health and medicine,

Intended Outcomes: Research development, Individual learning,