The development of low-cost, personal air monitoring devices is expected to generate data that could give people a better sense of their exposure to pollution and could have enforcement implications, but many say data quality issues would need to be addressed before that data could be more widely used. Many of these devices can upload user-generated data to create community-level pollution maps. But how valid is this data and what does the data mean? What role in enforcement could these devices have?
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