Clean Air Journal

Volume 28, No 2, 2018

The need for open data on air quality monitoring in logistically difficult environments

Type: Commentary

Issue: November/December 2018

Number of pages: 2 [Journal page number 25]

Authors:

  • Collins Gameli Hodoli
    Cranfield University, United Kingdom
    Founder Clean Air One Atmosphere, Accra, Ghana
  • Aidatu Abubakari
    University of Ghana Business School, Ghana
  • Gameli Adzaho
    Global Lab Network and OpenAQ Ghana, Ghana

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