Pacific Northwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center

People and Places 2016, Issue #3

Check out news about our department's faculty, staff, students, and alumni.

Passive Sampling Method Increases Range for Detecting Airborne Pesticides

A major obstacle to comprehensively detecting airborne pesticides in the environment is that traditional sampling devices are only able to monitor limited areas. Now, a method to passively sample the air for pesticides has been developed.

Team Receives Pilot Grant to Study Health of Copper River Fishermen

A team of department researchers received a one-year grant to study the overall fitness and health risks faced by gillnet fishermen along Alaska’s Copper River, famous for its salmon.
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