‘Can’t escape it’: UC Berkeley students face increasing air pollution from North Bay fires


October 11, 2017

The Daily Californian: The North Bay fires are affecting the daily life and health of students and community members, causing a spike in Tang Center visits related to smoke inhalation as of Wednesday. Pollutants from the fires have affected air quality in the Bay Area significantly, and the Berkeley community is one of many grappling with the fallout. The largest fires started in Napa County on Sunday and have since spread to Sonoma County. Professor John Balmes is quoted.

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