Particulate Matter Science for Policy Makers: A NARSTO Assessmentby Peter H. McMurry
Pub. Date: 10/15/2004
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The volume provides policy makers who implement air-quality standards with relevant scientific information. Policy development and revision is an ongoing process, and scientific understanding is continually improving. This assessment describes current science in a manner that meets the needs of policy makers in addressing current and anticipated standards.
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Table of Contents1. Perspective for managing PM Marjorie Shepherd; 2. Health effects context Roger McClellan; 3. Atmospheric aerosol processes Spyros Pandis; 4. Emission characterization George Hidy and Thompson Pace; 5. Particle and gas measurements Fred Fehsenfeld, Don Hastie, Paul Solomon and Judy Chow; 6. Spatial and temporal characterization of PM Charles Blanchard; 7. Receptor methods Jeff Brook, Elizabeth Vega and John Watson; 8. Chemical transport models Christian Seigneur and Michael Moran; 9. Visibility and radiative balance effects Ivar Tombach and Karen McDonald; 10. Conceptual models of PM for North American areas James Vickery; 11. Recommended research to inform public policy Peter McMurry.
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