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Guarding the Air We Breathe
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Simulation of the DSU Ops window of BASIS software.

Simulation of the DSU Ops window of BASIS software. The map shows locations of deployed sampling units (DSUs) in Salt Lake City, all of which are functioning in normal air-sampling mode. The air samplers are color-coded by the green square icons on the map and the green numbered rectangles in the upper-left corner of the screen. Moving the cursor over each square icon brings up a small identifier window, such as shown for DSU 24 in the center right of the map. Clicking either this icon or the upper-left rectangular green box "24" opens the subwindow shown at the lower right, which provides instantaneous numerical filtering parameters for sampler 24. At the top, eight tabs provide single-click access to different data windows.

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