Subject Matter Expert: Jordan Davis, Environmental Protection Specialist- DOEE

https://doee.dc.gov/air
brief description
Ms. Davis is an Environmental Protection Specialist with the Department of Energy and Environment. Jordan is a member of the Air Quality Division’s Monitoring and Assessment Branch. Jordan is a recent graduate of College of Charleston, where received her BS in Geology and focused on environmental geochemistry. Jordan’s past research includes analyzing trace metals in urban particulate pollution.
key insights
  • The air monitoring world is moving towards the use of low-cost sensors to capture air quality data. These devices often provide data in minutes or seconds, and finding the useful information from such a massive data source is a big challenge. The end goal would be to integrate low cost sensors into a network to quickly inform District residents if/when there are air quality hazards.

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