PUF Sampling Rates for Any Place in the World

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The Research Translation Core released the first in a series of web-based applications designed to transfer ISRP research methods and data to researchers, regulators, government, the general public, and other stakeholder communities. It is a method for accurately predicting the sampling volume of passive air samplers deployed anywhere in the world!

This interface was completed as a results of the work done in Herkert et al. (2018). The interface is equipped to run for any dates between Jan. 1, 2010 and Apr. 30, 2018. The samples are collected from twenty-four sites deployed by the Global Atmospheric Passive Sampling (GAPS) network. The model provides information on environmental pollutants at any location around the world.