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Utah Air Quality PM 2.5
(2016)
  • Randy Martin, Utah State University
  • Roger A. Coulombe, Utah State University
  • Roslynn Brain
Abstract
Particulate matter two-point-five (PM2.5) is a tiny suspended
particle of air pollution that can penetrate deeply into our lungs
and potentially enter the bloodstream. The 2.5 unit means that
the particles are smaller than 2.5 micrometers (a micrometer is
one millionth of a meter). In Cache Valley and along the Wasatch
Front, these tiny particles form and accumulate to unhealthy
levels when air is trapped in the bottom of the valley during
cold winter days.
Keywords
  • Utah,
  • Air Quality
Disciplines
Publication Date
January 1, 2016
Publisher
Utah State University, Extension
Citation Information
Randy Martin, Roger A. Coulombe and Roslynn Brain. Utah Air Quality PM 2.5. Logan, UT(2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/roslynn_brain/119/