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  • n. An aerosol containing biologically active bacteria, spores, viruses, toxins, and other similar material.


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  • There is opportunity to also work on bioaerosol monitoring schemes. - Latest News

  • Dr. Marcie Pullman is an air quality scientist and graduate of Cornell University who joined Dr. Hernandez 'bioaerosol lab to conduct longitudinal tests on these water features' relative ability to catch and hold onto airborne organic carbon.

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