SmokeBehavior

Using the framework they created for this study, the researchers aim to assess the effects of low-cost individual and household interventions to reduce the impacts of wildfire smoke in at-risk communities in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties. Wong-Parodi along with Stanford researchers Stephanie Fischer and Natalie Herbert are pictured planning recruitment strategy with Ortensia Lopez of El Concilio of San Mateo and Violet Saena of Climate Resilient Communities.

Using the framework they created for this study, the researchers aim to assess the effects of low-cost individual and household interventions to reduce the impacts of wildfire smoke in at-risk communities in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties. Wong-Parodi along with Stanford researchers Stephanie Fischer and Natalie Herbert are pictured planning recruitment strategy with Ortensia Lopez of El Concilio of San Mateo and Violet Saena of Climate Resilient Communities. (Image credit: Tom Casciato)

Using the framework they created for this study, the researchers aim to assess the effects of low-cost individual and household interventions to reduce the impacts of wildfire smoke in at-risk communities in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties. Wong-Parodi along with Stanford researchers Stephanie Fischer and Natalie Herbert are pictured planning recruitment strategy with Ortensia Lopez of El Concilio of San Mateo and Violet Saena of Climate Resilient Communities.

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