Scientists are making strides in monitoring firefighters for pollutant exposure using silicone wristbands, which will become even more important as wildfires encroach on the built environment.
A new study presents an integrated approach to predicting the human health impacts, economic implications, and remediation solutions for using contaminated groundwater in Central Mexico.
Toxic particulate matter has decreased by about a third over the past decade, but levels are still above what’s considered healthy.
Eliminar la contaminación del aire relacionada con la energía en los Estados Unidos podría evitar aproximadamente 50,000 muertes prematuras y ahorrar miles de millones de dólares al año.
Premature deaths due to air pollution would decline across the continent.
A new study questions the narrative that dilution is the solution to pollution.
Researchers compared trace element concentrations in patients with and without osteoporosis, finding possible differences in bone geochemistry between the groups.
How aerosol scientists spread the word on the airborne transmission of COVID-19–and what it means for cleaning our indoor air.
Eliminating energy-related air pollution in the United States could prevent roughly 50,000 premature deaths and save billions of dollars per year.
In our June issue of Eos, we home in on the unique ways researchers are using maps to better understand Earth and beyond.