Indoor Air Assessment An Inventory of Indoor Air Quality Research in the U.S.: 1989-1990

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Abstract

A survey of indoor air quality research projects in the United States was undertaken using a standard form and keyword list. n response to the request for participation, 110 completed forms were received from 69 principal investigators at 34 institutions. Universities had the largest number of IAQ research projects (23), followed by EPA (20), other Federal agencies (18), state (18), national laboratories (15), and private research organizations (12). he results of this inventory will provide EPA and NATO-CCMS with information on the current directions and funding levels of IAQ research in the United States. lthough this information is preliminary, it can be useful to EPA in planning future research.

Citation

Pierson, T. AND D. Greenwood. Indoor Air Assessment An Inventory of Indoor Air Quality Research in the U.S.: 1989-1990. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C., EPA/600/8-90/080F (NTIS PB92114545).

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