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Environmental Health, Indoor Air quality, cognitive function, library
High levels of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) above 1000 parts per million can negatively impact cognitive function and decision-making (Bowen et. al). Our study is based on a research article on Indoor Air Quality. If CO2 concentrations get too high, it depletes the oxygen your brain needs.
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Snyder, Braken; Krause, Connor; Wilcox, Dantly; Hansen, Dustin; Erickson, Esther; and Johnston, James D., "The Harold B. Lee Library, a Safe Place to Study? An Examination of Carbon Dioxide and Cognitive Function" (2022). Library/Life Sciences Undergraduate Poster Competition 2022. 1.
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