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Dr Gabriela Adler Katz

Chief Scientist @BreezoMeter. I hold an MSc & PhD in atmospheric science and formerly worked as a research scientist at NOAA. I believe it is my greatest duty as a scientist to bring science to the people!
4th of July Firework Pollution: Let’s Talk About Holiday Traditions
By Dr Gabriela Adler Katz on July 3, 2022

Fireworks are used all around the world for festive occasions, but some events - like 4th July in the US - can experience a significant uptick due to...

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Southeast Asia Smoke Haze: Causes & Solutions
By Dr Gabriela Adler Katz on May 26, 2022

Smoke haze impacts multiple countries across Southeast Asia every year, affecting agriculture, economy, and health to such a degree it’s become known...

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What is Pollen? It’s Time to Talk about the Birds & the Bees!
By Dr Gabriela Adler Katz on May 8, 2022

As climate change makes pollen seasons longer and more unpredictable, allergy sufferers face a bigger daily health challenge. But to solve a problem...

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Good Ozone vs. Bad Ozone: What's The Difference?
By Dr Gabriela Adler Katz on April 24, 2022

Many of us have heard about the ozone layer in the atmosphere which is essential to human life and protects us from UV radiation. But there is also...

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Texas A&M & BreezoMeter Find Major Public Health Risks in Landmark Hurricane & Air Pollution Study
By Dr Gabriela Adler Katz on March 14, 2022

BreezoMeter was honored to join Texas A&M University for a scientific research project that linked hurricanes to serious spikes in air pollution. The...

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Why is BreezoMeter Different from My Local Air Quality Source?
By Dr Gabriela Adler Katz on January 5, 2022

Seeing two or more air quality sources saying completely different things can be confusing. Let’s explore some of the reasons why BreezoMeter and...

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How Does The U.S EPA Report on Air Quality ?
By Dr Gabriela Adler Katz on October 25, 2021

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has developed two air quality Indexes for communicating air quality to the public, the U.S...

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Spain’s La Palma Volcano Eruption & The Shocking Impact on Air Quality
By Dr Gabriela Adler Katz on October 19, 2021

The ongoing eruptions from the Cumbre Vieja volcano in La Palma, Canary Islands continue to have a negative impact on the air quality in the region.

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