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They can report on air quality status, offer up-to-the-minute notifications if certain particulate matter spikes, and even make automatic adjustments to the airflow if needed.
The decision re-establishes a limit defined in 2012 for fine particulate matter, better known as soot.
The panel included epidemiologists, physicians, biostatisticians and other experts who specialize in particulate pollution.
Certainly geo-engineering is a controversial field, and solar radiation management, casting dust, or particulates, into the atmosphere, are heavily discussed.
One recent study shows that high concentrations of particulate matter from wildfire smoke can significantly increase the odds of seeking emergency care.
It isn’t clear yet if what fuels wildfire smoke — be it vegetation, a mix of trees and structures, or other human-made sources — affects the toxicity of particulate matter.
Parts of Southern California, for example, still can’t meet EPA standards for fine particulate matter.
Neither the particulate nor the chemical theories help us here.
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Cricetine rodents chew plant and animal foods thoroughly; contents of their stomachs appear as finely-particulate fragments.
These results of experiments are commonly understood to prove the particulate character of the agents so studied.

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