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Date:8/20/2012

staff members from the university's Texas Learning and Computation Center.

"This site allows people to plan their day," Price said. "It can be used by anyone with health concerns about ozone including educators who decide whether to hold school recesses outside or coaches who determine when outdoor practices are held. It can also benefit those living with respiratory illnesses such as asthma."

Price added that the site also can be used as a resource for researchers or medical professionals to track air quality data for epidemiological studies or other projects.


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