Published: L-W Antony Chen, Karey Fortier, Fernanda Alonzo, Rachel Kolberg, Ge Lin, Tanviben Patel, Patricia Cruz, and Mark Buttner

L-W Antony Chen, Karey Fortier, Fernanda Alonzo, Rachel Kolberg, Ge Lin, Tanviben Y. Patel, Patricia Cruz, and Mark P. Buttner (all Environmental and Occupational Health) recently published a study on the "Evaluation of Epifluorescence Methods for Quantifying Biaerosols in Fine and Coarse Particulate Air Pollution" in the journal Atmospheric Environment

The research was conducted at the Urban Air Quality Laboratory housed in the UNLV School of Public Health. Fortier, Alonzo, and Kolberg are graduate students. 

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