Georgia Bow is former Strathclyde MSc student who did her project using an AE51 to measure contrasting air pollution exposure on different cycle commutes to and from Strathclyde. Georgia created a very good video of her MSc work with the AE51.
Are cyclists on segregated cycle routes less susceptible to inhalation of black carbon when compared to on-traffic cycle routes in Glasgow?
A video representation of a comparative statistical study of levels of exposure to black carbon between the West-End and the City Centre of Glasgow. This is part of a dissertation submitted by Giorgia Bigaro to the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Strathclyde, in part completion of the requirements for the MSc in Sustainability and Environmental Studies.