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Smoke Sense Study and App Resources

These resources  can be used to share information about the Smoke Sense study and the Smoke Sense app. Help us spread the word and encourage  individuals to participate as citizen scientist by using the app.  
 

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Social Media Graphics

EPA's hashtag for the Smoke Sense study is #SmokeSense.
 
This is an image that can be saved and used to talk about Smoke Sense in your community or on social media.A three inch graphic about Smoke Sense that is available for use on social media platforms.A graphic describing Smoke Sense, 3 inches in size, to be used on social media.A three inch graphic about Smoke Sense that is available for use on social media platforms.
 
A three inch Smoke Sense infographic to be used on social media.A three inch infographic about Smoke Sense to be used on social media.
 

Sample Social Media Content for Twitter and Facebook

Follow us on Twitter and Facebook @EPAresearch
 
Twitter:
 
Be part of a crowdsourcing study on health risks of wildland fire smoke. Learn about EPA's #SmokeSense app: https://www.epa.gov/air-research/smoke-sense #PublicHealth
 
Join a #CitizenScience study on health risks of wildland fire smoke. Learn about EPA's #SmokeSense app: https://www.epa.gov/air-research/smoke-sense #PublicHealth
 
Wildfires near you? Join EPA's #SmokeSense study & help determine how smoke exposure affects health: https://www.epa.gov/air-research/smoke-sense #CitizenScience #PublicHealth
 
Do you know how to protect your health during a wildfire smoke event?  EPA's #SmokeSense app can help and you can help advance #PublicHealth by participating  https://www.epa.gov/air-research/smoke-sense
 
Facebook:
 
Wildfires near you? Join EPA's #SmokeSense 2018 study and help researchers improve understanding of how smoke exposure affects health by becoming a Citizen Scientist!  Learn more about Smoke Sense and how to download the free mobile app (for Android and iPhone): https://www.epa.gov/air-research/smoke-sense #CitizenScience #Public Health
 

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