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Students analyze air quality
Students analyze air quality

NASA satellites can be equipped to measure air quality from space, but for localized results, CU Boulder has developed air quality monitors that quantify emissions of volatile organic compounds, or VOCs. The same equipment used by CU engineering students was made available to students in Delta and Paonia through a partnership between CU Boulder, the Western Colorado Conservation Center and the schools.

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PHS students present air quality findings
PHS students present air quality findings

Since January, about 150 Delta County high school students have conducted studies in air quality. Paonia High School students of science teacher Jim Frazier carried out experiments to measure the emissions of different kinds of woods when burned, compare emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from a full versus an empty pickup fuel tank, and measure heavy VOCs contained in every-day scented items, to mention a few.

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High school students to share air quality research

Since January, nearly 150 Delta County high schoolers have been conducting hands-on air quality research, thanks to a partnership between the University of Colorado Boulder and four local high schools.

Now the students are ready to share their research projects in their classrooms and at two different Air Quality InQuiry (AQ-IQ) Science Symposium, which are free and open to the public:

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Air quality projects presented in Denver
Air quality projects presented in Denver

How healthy is vaping? As more people "light" up with e-cigarettes, a group of Western Slope teenagers are using a CU Boulder partnership with their high school to find out.

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