Aerosols: Research, Risk Assessment, and Control Strategies : Proceedings of the Second U.S. Dutch International Symposium, Williamsburg, Virginia, The United States, May 19-25, 1985

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Si Duk Lee
Lewis Publishers, 1986 - Social Science - 1221 pages

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Contents

AEROSOL CHARACTERIZATION AND DISTRIBUTION
67
Constituents K van Cauwenberghe
151
SECTION IIIMETHODOLOGIES FOR SAMPLING
173
SECTION IV ATMOSPHERIC TRANSPORT TRANSFORMATION
259
W Johnson
317
Acid Deposition Modeling Incorporating Cloud Chemistry and Wet Deposition
337
Chemical Conversions in Clouds S Schwartz
349
Atmospheric Transport Transformation and Deposition
377
Experimental Studies on Human Health Effects of Aerosol and Gaseous
683
Recent
699
Overview of Epidemiologic Studies on Aerosols F Speizer
716
Measurement of Exposure to Acidic Sulfur Aerosols P Lioy and M Lippmann
743
A Study of Hospital Admissions and Air Pollutants in Southern Ontario D Bates
766
EFFECTS ON VISIBILITY AND CLIMATE
779
EFFECTS ON VEGETATION AND ECOSYSTEMS
835
EFFECTS ON NONBIOLOGICAL MATERIALS
911

Future Emission Standards for Aerosols in The Netherlands W P G Waque
395
Advances in Control Technology for Acid Deposition G B Martin J H Abbott
403
The Electric Power Research Institute Program for the Control of Fly
417
MOBILE SOURCE EMISSION CONTROL TECHNOLOGY
441
RESPIRATORY TRACT DEPOSITION
519
Surrogate Experimental Models for Studying Particle Deposition in the Human
520
TOXICOLOGICAL STUDIES
595
RISK ASSESSMENT AND ECONOMIC IMPACT
1003
Risk Benefit Assessment Approaches in Japan K Tsuchiya and H Ogawa 1025
1004
Aerosol Abatement Policy and Its Regional Rationale in The Netherlands
1092
Epilogue J Lodge
1199
Index
1213
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