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  • Berkeley Air Monitoring Group | Staff
    budgeting and employee and contractor management She has cross cultural business experience in East Africa China Australia New Zealand and Europe and is fluent in French and German She holds a Masters in Business Administration from the University of California at Berkeley and a B A from Wellesley College Michael Johnson Ph D Senior Scientist Michael has worked extensively on field based methodologies to quantify greenhouse gas reductions achieved by improved stove projects with an emphasis on monitoring instrumentation and study design He has conducted stove emissions monitoring in Mexico El Salvador Kenya and India and worked on several air pollution studies including exposure assessments of biomass stove users wildland firefighters and public transport commuters His peer review publications include four on greenhouse gas emissions and stove performance testing and several others on indoor air pollution exposure assessment and characterization of monitoring instruments Michael has a Ph D in Environmental Health Science and Policy from the University of California Irvine an M S in Science Education from Oregon State University and a B A in Physics from Colorado College Charity Garland M S Field Sciences Analyst Charity s career has been driven by a long time awareness and concern for environmental and health issues She received her B S in Environmental Chemistry at University of California Santa Cruz Upon graduating from UCSC Charity worked at Pacific Northwest National Labs where her interest in air quality emerged while involved in an investigation of the atmospheric transport of pollutants across the Puget Sound She built on this interest and experience during her studies at University of California Berkeley where she completed her M S in Atmospheric Analytical Chemistry while conducting field studies related to convective storm chemistry and space based greenhouse gas measurements aboard NASA research aircrafts over the United States Upon

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  • Berkeley Air Monitoring Group | Partners
    Chi Minh City University for Natural Resources and Environment Institute of Travel and Tourism of The Gambia Professor Jacob Kithinji Ph D University of Nairobi London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine The Nature Conservancy Practical Action Restio Energy Self Employed Women s Association Servicio Nacional de Capacitación para la Industria de la Construcción Peru Siyanceda Africa Relief SNV DRC Lab Sri Ramachandra University Professor Kalpana Balakrishnan Ph D Ugastove

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  • Berkeley Air Monitoring Group | Resources
    1 510 649 9355 Resources Industry Networks Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves Partnership for Clean Indoor Air PCIA BioEnergy Listserve Biomass Cooking Stoves HEDON Household Energy Network ETHOS Engineers in Technical and Humanitarian Opportunities of Service Indoor Air Pollution IAP and Health Website of Kirk Smith s Research Group at School of Public Health UC Berkeley World Health Organization WHO Indoor Air Pollution Shell Foundation Access to Energy Indoor Air

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  • Berkeley Air Monitoring Group | Careers
    UCB PATS Stove Monitors SUMs Contact Physical Address 1900 Addison Street Suite 350 Berkeley CA 94704 Mailing Address 2124 Kittredge Street 57 Berkeley CA 94704 USA E info berkeleyair com P 1 510 649 9355 Careers Berkeley Air currently does

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  • Berkeley Air Monitoring Group | Field Work
    indoor air pollution and household energy monitoring Our model has been to draw on local capacity including university students and faculty NGOs and technical institutes with varying degrees of direct involvement from Berkeley Air depending on the technical capacity and resources of the local organizations We have experience in Latin America East and West Africa and South East Asia See our map or the projects section for specific projects Our

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  • Berkeley Air Monitoring Group | Consulting
    universities NGOs and technical institutes Berkeley Air is also heavily involved in policy and strategic components of the household energy sector Our personnel work on cookstove standards and guidelines development including current efforts from the International Standardization Organization ISO and World Health Organization WHO We also provide strategic consulting on programmatic implementation focusing on integration of monitoring plans and cookstove quality assessments We have experience throughout Sub Saharan Africa Asia

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  • Berkeley Air Monitoring Group | UCB Particle and Temperature Sensor (UCB-PATS)
    is launched and downloaded from a computer using software which was also developed by the Kirk Smith Research Group at the University of California Berkeley Click here for specifications Please contact us for more information on pricing and availability References on the development and performance of the UCB PATS Litton CD Smith KR Edwards R Allen T Combined optical and ionization measurement techniques for inexpensive characterization of micrometer and submicrometer

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  • Berkeley Air Monitoring Group | Stove Use Monitoring System (SUMS)
    sensors connect to a computer or hand held device via a probe and usb adapter for launching and uploading data There are several types of iButtons that can be used with cookstoves It is important that the stove s maximum temperature does not exceed the ibutton s temperature range The 8 192 data point capacity of the DS1922L and DS1922T iButtons translates to readings every seven minutes for 40 days iButton Model Temperature Range Accuracy Resolution Memory data points Logging Rate DS1921G 40 C to 85 C 1 C 30 C to 70 C 1 3 C outside this range 0 5 C 2048 1 to 255 min DS1922L 40 C to 85 C 0 5 C 10 C to 65 C 0 5 C 8 bit 0 0625 C 11 bit 8192 8 bit 4096 16 bit 1 sec to 273 hrs DS1922T 0 C to 125 C 0 5 C 20 C to 75 C 0 5 C 8 bit 0 0625 C 11 bit 8192 8 bit 4096 16 bit 1 sec to 273 hrs For more detailed information on specifications of the iButtons see the DS1921G Data Sheet 414 kB or the DS1922T and DS1922L Data

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