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About us

Since 2022, Community Noise Lab has been in cities and towns across Mississippi measuring air and noise pollution. Our community air and noise pollution monitoring network includes of a rotating set of real-time air and noise pollution sensors collecting both ambient and indoor PM 0.1 – 10, nitrogen dioxide, ozone, volatile organic compounds, meteorological conditions, and noise. We collect these air and noise pollution measurements in a variety of time resolutions including hourly, daily, weekly, and monthly.  We are currently synthesizing these measurements into a series of air and noise pollution models to be used primarily in our adolescent health study. Specifically, we are interested in understanding how a variety of air and noise pollutants—individually and together, impact the health and well-being of exposed children.


The Community Noise Lab Activity Book Series currently consists of three activity workbooks for both children and adults: Protect and Preserve (sound and hearing hygiene), From the Ground to the Glass (water quality); and Light. Blight. Sight (visual quality).

From the Protect and Preserve specifically focuses on noise pollution, the auditory system, and provides tips for protecting your hearing. These activity books are translated into Spanish and Simplified Chinese and are available for free at all community events.

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