Particulate matter (often called dust) is made up of particles that are suspended in the air. The following materials were developed for college instructors to utilize in their classrooms when presenting about particulates and livestock or poultry farms.
- Ambient Particulate Matter Concentration Determination, Lingjuan Wang-Li, North Carolina State University
- Air Pollution Monitoring, Bruce Dvorak and Dennis Schulte, University of Nebraska
Techniques for Determining Particle Size Distribution (PSD) of Particulate Matter
This presentation was given to the American Chemical Society in 2011 and focuses on comparisons between different techniques as well as the challenges is making these measurements. (36 slides; 6 MB). Download a copy of this presentation.
Note: Some of the graphics are missing in the Slideshare preview below, but they are all available in the download link.
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These materials were developed by the Air Quality Education in Animal Agriculture (AQEAA) project with with financial support from the National Research Initiative Competitive Grant 2007-55112-17856 from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
For questions about the materials on this page contact Dr. Eileen Wheeler, Pennsylvania State University or the author, Dr. Lingjuan Wang-Li, North Carolina State University. For questions about the AQEAA project, contact Dr. Rick Stowell, Unviersity of Nebraska (firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you have presentations, photos, video, publications, or other instructional materials that could be added to the curricula on this page, please contact Jill Heemstra (email@example.com).