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"Indoor and Outdoor Air Pollution" ed. by José Orosa

"Indoor and Outdoor Air Pollution" ed. by José Orosa
InTeOp | 2011 | ISBN: 9533073101 9789533073101 | 135 pages | PDF |7 MB

This volume is dedicated to studies on the quantification of pollutants and their consequences on public health. This book tries to reveal different points of view of the wide concept of air quality in two different sections.
Air pollutants are continuously released from numerous sources into the atmosphere.
Identification of the source characteristics of air pollution is an important step in the development of regional air quality control strategies. Air quality is a measure of the degree of ambient atmospheric pollution. Deterioration and damage to both public health and environment due to poor air quality have been recognized at a legislative and international level.
In this context, there will be an initial introductory chapter on the main concepts of air quality, following which there will be real case studies on outdoor and indoor air quality with an aim to provide a guideline for future standards and research works.

Part 1. Outdoor Air Quality
1. Air Polluted Environment and Health Effects
2. Development and Evaluation of a Dispersion Model to Predict Downwind Concentrations of Particulate Emissions from Land Application of Class B Biosolids in Unstable Conditions
3. Air Pollution: A Case Study of Morin and Lagos Outdoor Air
4. Spectroscopy Analysis of Corrosion in the Electronic Industry Influenced by Santa Ana Winds in Marine Environments of Mexico
Part 2. Indoor Air Quality
5. Correlation of Professional Performance to Acceptable IAQ in Critical Care Medical Facilities
6. Air Quality Degradation: Can Economics Help in Measuring its Welfare Effects? A Review of Economic Valuation Studies
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