This presentation from the 2022 AMS Weather Band Community and Citizen Science Symposium offers a brief presentation of original quantitative data gathered from personal equipment in a residence to explore the relevance of dynamic atmospheric barometer readings with respect to the slightly different indoor oxygen levels. The audience may make their own implications or interpretations of the data as it relates to the maintenance, prevention, and treatment of common respiratory health issues.
Daniel Gassaway was a practicing respiratory therapist (Registered Respiratory Therapist by the National Board for Respiratory Care, NBRC) for over 20 years. He has actively contributed weather observations in the “Community Collaborative Rain, Hail, and Snow network” (CoCoRaHS) since 2014. His data collection and analysis are not funded or sponsored by any outside agency, equipment manufacturer, or organization.