2 edition of Health effects of air pollutants. found in the catalog.
Health effects of air pollutants.
United States. Environmental Protection Agency.
by Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pulbic Affairs in [Washington]
Written in English
Issued June 1976.
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There are four indoor air pollutants (IAP) and four thermal comfort pollutants have become the major air pollutants and directly linked to health human hazard , ,  that shown on Table 1. The book discusses ozone chemistry and its environmental health effects. This book act as a valuable tool for students in Environmental Science, Biological Science and Agriculture, as well as environmental consultants and professionals involved in air quality research and the application of .
Health Studies of Criteria Air Pollutant News Study Finds Long-term Exposure to Ultrafine Particle Air Pollution Associated With Death From Heart Disease The study is the first to consider the effects on people of long-term exposure to ultrafine particles and analyzed data from more than , middle-aged women whose health. Following is a description of the six major air pollutants and their effects on human health: Sulfur Oxides Approximately 95 percent of pollution-related sulfur oxide emissions in this country are in the form of sulfur dioxide, a by-product of combustion of fossil fuels such as oil and coal.
Environmental Toxicology: Biological and Health Effects of Pollutants, Third Edition presents fundamental information on the effects of environmental toxicants on living systems. It focuses on the chemical and biological characteristics of major pollutants found in the air, water, and soil and relates them to the health and well being of humans. In this event, road transport and to a lesser extent domestic heating were the main sources of air pollution. In this Chapter, the health effects of a wide range of outdoor and indoor air pollutants are reviewed based on current toxicological and epidemiological by: 7.
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