Air Pollution. Volume VI: Supplement to Air Pollutants, by Arthur C. Stern

By Arthur C. Stern

Topics widely coated contain asbestos, carbon dioxide, lead, nuclear injuries, non-ionizing radiation, stratospheric ozone, and visibility. significant issues mentioned are: acidic deposition (acid rain); indoor pollution; lengthy diversity shipping; possibility review and administration; harmful and poisonous substances.
This state of the art compilation will facilitate the paintings of pollution keep an eye on business enterprise body of workers, pollution study scientists, and pollution experts. it's going to even be precious to legislation businesses interested in pollution litigation and to pollution apparatus and tool brands.

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The 1982 report by the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effect of Atomic Radiation gives detailed inventories of nuclear power plant effluents throughout the world (57). 5 x 10 cancers per person-rem. Figure 22. Doses from various radiation sources (mrem per year) (Reprinted with permission from K. R. Hings, G. R. Heath, D. R. Anderson and C. D. Hollister, Environmental Science and Technology 16, 28A [1982]. Copyright 1982 American Chemical Society). S. K. 05 2100 2500 10000 200000 10000 250000 1010 1010 20 25 1 1 Table XXII from this report projects annual per capita doses from nuclear electric-power-generating plants.

2%) Vegetative Burn \ ^ s . 2%) Figure 21. Aerosol sources in downtown Portland, Oregon, annual stratified arithmetic average. Volatilizable and nonvolatilizable carbon approximately correspond to organic and elemental carbon (130). episodes (136). Vertical profiles of ammonia and ammonium particulate matter follow somewhat similar patterns above 1000 m altitude (114). Worldwide ammonium sulfate atmospheric pollution has been hypothesized to be a major contributor to increasing atmospheric reflectivity (113-115, 135-137).

Control Assoc. 34, 518 (1984). 21. M. Havas, T. C. Hutchinson, and G. E. Likens, Environ. Sei. Technol. 18, 176 (1984). 22. D. V. , "Acid Rain Information Book," 2nd ed. , Park Ridge, New Jersey, 1984. 23. R. Sequeira, J. Air Pollut. Control Assoc. 32, 241 (1982). 24. J. Wisniewski and E. L. Keitz, Water, Air, Soil Pollut. 19, 327 (1983). 25. , Sept. 14, 1983. 26. M. L. Newhouse, in "Environment and Man" (J. Lenihan and W. W. ), Vol. 6, p. 137. Academic Press, New York, 1977. 27. P. Sebastien, M.

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