- Public/private partnership to test air quality. // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);5/29/95, Vol. 42 Issue 22, p8
Reports on the private-sector grants for continuous air monitoring program in Brookhaven, New York. Acknowledgement of donation; Amount of grant; Drafting by Suffolk County's department of health services of proposals.
- Pressure correction is not required for particulate matter sampling. Lillquist, Dean R.; Lee, Jeffrey S. // Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association;Feb96, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p172
Describes the pressure correction requirements for particulate matter sampling in the United States. Reference Methods for determining particulate matter; Particulate dose estimates based on particulate matter concentration in the air; Weight-volume airborne concentrations.
- Site representativeness of urban air monitoring stations. Chan, Chang-Chuan; Hwang, Jing-Shiang // Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association;Aug96, Vol. 46 Issue 8, p755
Describes a statistical method to quantify spatial representatives for the measurements of air in an urban fixed-site ambient air monitoring station. Result of process application to Gu-Ting monitoring station in Taipei, Taiwan; Exclusion of indoor sodium dioxide concentrations measurement;...
- Research and evaluation of organic hazardous air pollutant source emission test methods. Johnson, Larry D. // Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association;Dec96, Vol. 46 Issue 12, p1135
Discusses research developments on organic hazardous air pollutant source emission test methods in the United States. Description and status of the test methods; Performance comparison of the Draft Method 0031 to Method 0030; Reactive compounds methods test results.
- Air pollution and mortality: The implications of uncertainties in regression modeling and ... Lipfert, Frederick W.; Wyzga, Ronald E. // Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association;Apr97, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p517
Examines the implications of uncertainties in regression modeling and exposure measurement in air pollution and mortality. Reliability in determining statistical relationships by particle size; Stronger mortality associations in fine fractions of particulate matter; Necessity of considering...
- AIR MONITORING made easy with passive dosimeters. Weissman, Barry R. // Industrial Safety & Hygiene News;Nov2003, Vol. 37 Issue 11, p23
Focuses on the use of passive dosimeters to sample air pollutants in the workplace. Passive sampling methods; Advantages and disadvantages of passive sampling; Types of samplers.
- `Sootprints' track down air polluters. Bright, Chris // World Watch;Jul/Aug96, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p8
Reports on the development of a process for tracking sources of particulate air pollution by scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Analysis of arrangement of carbon patterns in soot; Applications; Plans and expectations.
- CORRIGENDUM. Hanna, Steven R.; Paine, Robert; Heinold, David; Kintigh, Elizabeth; Baker, Dan // Journal of Applied Meteorology & Climatology;Jan2009, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p181
A correction to the article "Uncertainties in Air Toxics Calculated by the Dispersion Models AERMOD and ISCST3 in the Houston Ship Channel Area," that was published in the previous issue is presented.
- Pollutants tracked over North Atlantic. Scott, William B. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;4/20/1998, Vol. 148 Issue 16, p56
Discusses the North Atlantic Regional Experiment (NARE) 1997, which provided researchers with airborne sampling data that found that air pollutants from North America can travel between 400 and 500 nautical miles per day under the right weather conditions. Types of aircraft used in the study;...