The Intelligencer - The Wheeling-Ohio County Health Department plans to help West Virginia University researchers collect air quality data related to natural gas drilling. The data will be collected at various sites and distances from wells and at all phases of the gas drilling process. The air monitoring equipment that will be used was designed by Michael McCawley, associate research professor at the WVU Department of Occupational & Environmental Health Sciences. Data collected by the equipment can be checked via computer in Morgantown.