Weber State University, HARBOR

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HARBOR in the Media

Great Salt Lake Ozone Study. This was the largest ozone study ever done in Utah. Here is some of the local news coverage of this multi-agency study done by the Utah Division of Air Quality, University of Utah, Utah State University, and Weber State University.

Check out the fabulous video about our program in thie article in the Standard Examiner on April 13, 2015: "Weber State balloon project tests air for pollutants." This includes some cool video from the aerostat platform.

More Coverage:
Sep 03, 2014 - KSL: U. researchers launch pollution monitoring project 
Jun 09, 2015 - Standard Examiner: Utah Ozone Season gets started 
Jun 09, 2015 - FOX 13: Pollution, hot temperatures create perfect conditions for ozone, DEQ says 
Jun 14, 2015 - Press Release: DEQ and Universities Collaborate on GSL Ozone Study 
Jun 15, 2015 - Standard Examiner: Scientists study solving Utah's smog problem 
Jun 16, 2015 - FOX 13: Ozone study to show Great Salt Lake impact on Utahns' health 
Jun 18, 2015 - FOX 13: Researchers working to determine why ozone is increasing around Great Salt Lake 
Jun 19, 2015 - Herald Journal: USU, DAQ research potential ozone-Great Salt Lake link 
Jun 21, 2015 - Deseret News: Groundbreaking ozone study probes pollution, role of Great Salt Lake 
Jun 30, 2015 - SL Tribune: Summer Ozone Blast Threatening Utahn's Health 
Aug 02, 2015 - SL Tribune: On bad day, Great Salt Lake air has 3 times more ozone than Wasatch Front 
Aug 10, 2015 - IOP 3 DEQ Press Release 
Aug 10, 2015 - Utah DEQ Air Quality: The Great Salt Lake Ozone Study 
Aug 12, 2015 - Utah DEQ: The Best "Airheads" in Utah Work to Solve Utah's Air Quality Challenges 
Aug 18, 2015 - KSL video of wildfire smoke Aug 18 6 PM 
Oct 13, 2015 - Standard Examiner: Ozone researchers stretch summer funding for Salt Lake study