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USEPA Scientists at Work: Measuring Roadway Pollutants

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Published on Jul 25, 2012

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People who live, work and play near major roadways may experience health effects from traffic pollution. Dr. Gayle Hagler, an EPA environmental engineer, uses an electric, zero-emissions "air-sniffing" vehicle to learn more about air quality near roadways. Her work is part of a larger research effort by EPA to understand the health impacts of major roadway pollution.


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