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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Lewis Publishers, 1986 - Social Science - 1221 pages
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Contents

Not a Special Case
3
Definition and Characterization of Suspended Particles in Ambient Air
19
Respiratory Tract Deposition and Clearance of Aerosols M Lippmann
43
Improving the Scientific Basis for Risk Management Decisions for Particulate
59
SECTION II AEROSOL CHARACTERIZATION AND DISTRIBUTION
67
Sampling Size Distribution Reactivity and Analysis of Organic Aerosol
151
SECTION inMETHODOLOGIES FOR SAMPLING
173
Utility of Various Particulate Matter Methods and Measurements in Ambient Air
209
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
767
SECTION XIEFFECTS ON VISIBILITY AND CLIMATE
779
AerosolInduced Visibility Reduction in The Netherlands C W Lamberts
793
Climatic Effects of Natural Aerosols R Reck
809
Potential Role of Aerosols R Husar
821
SECTION XIIEFFECTS ON VEGETATION AND ECOSYSTEMS
835

Monitoring Acid Deposition S Bromberg B Hicks and J Durham
239
Aerosol Emission Measurement Approaches Used in The Netherlands
247
Rapporteurs Report L Purdue
257
SECTION IVATMOSPHERIC TRANSPORT TRANSFORMATION
259
General Overview and Preliminary Results
269
Physical Aspects A van der Meulen
283
Modeling Aspects F A A M de Leeuw
301
New Atmospheric Tracer Techniques Utilizing Airborne LIDAR E Uthe
317
Acid Deposition Modeling Incorporating Cloud Chemistry and Wet Deposition
337
Chemical Conversions in Clouds S Schwartz
349
Atmospheric Transport Transformation and Deposition
377
New Technology for the Control of Aerosols from Stationary Sources N Plaks
383
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
Emissions and Control of CoalFired Power Plants R Meij J van der Kooij
427
SECTION VIMOBILE SOURCE EMISSION CONTROL TECHNOLOGY
441
Smoke and Particulate Emissions Control Test Procedures in Europe
459
A Study of TrapOxidizing Potential in City Bus Operations J van Ling
469
Performance of Ceramic Diesel Particulate Filters Over Typical Mining Duty
479
The Effects of Diesel Fuel Properties on Particulate Emissions C Hare
501
Mobile Source Emission Control Technology K Hellman
515
Effects of Inhalation Mode on Particle Deposition in the Respiratory Tract
541
Surrogate Experimental Models for Studying Particle Deposition in the Human
547
Models for Mucociliary Particle Clearance in Lung Airways C P Yu J P Hu
569
Respiratory Tract Deposition and Clearance of Aerosols
593
Experimental Studies on Human Health Effects of Aerosol and Gaseous
683
Recent
699
The Possible Role
855
Effects of Acid Deposition T Schneider
865
Experimental Modeling of the Interaction of Wet and Dry Deposition on Conifers
871
Single or Joint Effects of Coarse and Fine Particulate Sulfur Aerosols and Ozone
879
Comparison of the Effects of Wet and Dry Deposition on Crops in the United
889
Experiments on H2OrContaining Fog Exposures of Young Trees R Mallant
901
Rapporteurs Report 5 V Krupa
909
Black Smoke and Soiling R W Laming
923
Dry Deposition of Aerosol Particles R M van Aalst
933
Theoretical Model of Soiling of Surfaces by Airborne Particles F Haynie
951
The North Atlantic Alliance and the Study of Air Pollution Effects M A Berry
961
Differences in Wet and Dry Particle Deposition Parameters Between North
973
A Case Study of Materials Damage Due to Air Pollution and Acid Rain in
983
Rapporteurs Report G Hoffnagle
1001
Risk Benefit Assessment Approaches in Japan K Tsuchiya and H Ogawa 1025
1004
The Influences of BenefitCost Analysis in the Regulatory Process at the U
1015
Preliminary Risk Assessment of the Dutch Aerosol Situation
1035
Assessment of Population Health Risks Resulting from Exposures to Airborne
1067
Factors that Should Be Addressed in Aerosol Control C A Aronds
1081
Proposed U S EPA Regulations for Implementing Revised Particulate Matter
1103
The Trend and Current State of Particulate Matter and Gaseous Air Pollution
1117
A States Perspective on Compliance with the PM10 Standard H Hovey
1137
Background
1159
A DustBowl Aerosol and its Effects on Rain and Dry Deposition Fluxes of
1181
Policy on Aerosol Control Strategies M B van Hook
1195
List of Acronyms
1211
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