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Preface: Special Issue of Aerosol Science and Technology on Findings from the Fine Particulate Matter Supersites Program

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Abstract: This collection of papers, which is the first coordinated publication of results from the Phase II Supersites Program, reflects the objectives of the program - to characterize particulate matter, to provide information, such as source-receptor relationships, that support health effects and exposure research, and to develop new methods for characterizing fine particulate matter. Reports describe results from Supersites projects in Houston TX, Los Angeles CA, New York NY, Pittsburgh PA, and from sites in the southern US that were associated with the Atlanta Supersites project. A Phase I Supersites Program special issue describing results from Atlanta has been published (Solomon et al., 2003). Additional coordinated publication of research results is planned, so that the community interested in airborne PM can effectively monitor the advances in understanding PM made through the Supersites Program. The next special issue is underway in Atmospheric Environment with publication anticipated in mid-2004 followed by a special issue in the Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres in early 2005. Subsequent second special issues are anticipated in each of these journals during 2005 and 2006.

The United States Environmental Protection Agency through its Office of Research and Development partially funded and collaborated in the research described here under Assistance agreement Nos. CR828057-01 (Desert Research Institute, Reno, NV), CR80858-01-0 (Washington University, St. Louis, MO), CR80859-01-0 (University of California, Los Angeles, CA), CR80860-01-0 (State University of New York, New York, NY), CR80861-01-0 (Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA) CR80862-01-0 (University of Texas, Austin, TX), and CR80863-01-0 (University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD). It has been subjected to Agency review and approved for publication. Mention of trade names or commercial products does not constitute endorsement or recommendation for use by EPA.



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Citation:Solomon, P. A., and D. Allen. Preface: Special Issue of Aerosol Science and Technology on Findings from the Fine Particulate Matter Supersites Program. AEROSOL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 38(S1):1-4, (2004).
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Contact: Liz Hope - (919) 541-2785 or hope.elizabeth@epa.gov
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Division: Human Exposure & Atmospheric Sciences Division
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Branch: Process Modeling Research Branch
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Product Type: Other Journl
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Published: 04/20/2004
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