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The 'Preliminary Indoor Air Pollution Information Assessment' summarizes and assesses information from the published scientific literature regarding sources of indoor pollutants, monitoring methodology and instrumentation, exposure, health effects and mitigation strategies. Information is pollutant specific, and where possible, source specific. Gaps in scientific information are identified to form the basis of a research needs statement addressing specific research initiatives needed to fill these gaps.
U.S. EPA. U.S. EPA's Indoor Air Quality Implementation Plan. Appendix A. Preliminary Indoor Air Pollution Information Assessment. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C., EPA/600/8-87/014 (NTIS PB87210738), 1987.