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Tanviben Patel, Mark Buttner, Chad Cross, and Dennis Bazylinski
Published: Tanviben Patel, Mark Buttner, Chad Cross, and Dennis Bazylinski
Tanviben Y. Patel, Mark Buttner, and Chad Cross (all Environmental and Occupational Health), and Dennis Bazylinski (Life Sciences), along with David Rivas, '18 Master of Public Health, and physician Joram Seggev, wrote an article, "Variation in Airborne Pollen Concentrations Among Five Monitoring Locations in a Desert Urban Environment," which was published in the Journal of Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. The article compares pollen concentrations in five locations in Las Vegas to determine if there are significant differences between microenvironments within the city.
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