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By Arthur C. Stern

Topics widely coated comprise asbestos, carbon dioxide, lead, nuclear injuries, non-ionizing radiation, stratospheric ozone, and visibility. significant subject matters mentioned are: acidic deposition (acid rain); indoor pollution; lengthy variety delivery; possibility overview and administration; unsafe and poisonous substances.
This cutting-edge compilation will facilitate the paintings of pollution regulate enterprise team of workers, pollution examine scientists, and pollution specialists. it's going to even be valuable to legislations companies all for pollution litigation and to pollution apparatus and device brands.

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Comparing National Air Monitoring System (NAMS) with all sites and the second highest nonoverlapping 8-hour average with the 90th percentile of 8-hour averages, 1975-1981 (51). B. Gaseous Compounds of Sulfur 1. The Sulfur Oxides Sulfur dioxide emissions in the United States have shown a drop for the 1970 -1980 period (Fig. 12). Maximum urban sulfur dioxide levels are given in Table XII (97). lq \ o l&\5 >O|0 > : 5 o ONAMS Site(37) o - — - o A l l Sites (224) 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 Year Figure 14.

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