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|Main Title||Air pollution episode emergency action planning manual|
|CORP Author||TRW Systems Group, Washington, D. C. Washington Operations|
|Publisher||TRW Systems Group,|
|Report Number||PH-22-68-32; Rept. No.; 10571-W159-RO-00; PHS-NAPCA-10571-004|
|Stock Number||PB-260 006|
|Additional Subjects||Air pollution public emergency limits ; Emergency plan ; Air pollution episodes ; Air quality ; Cost estimates ; Air pollution control agencies ; Air pollution abatement ; Air quality data ; Air pollution sampling ; Contingency planning|
|Collation||1 v. (various pagings) : ill., maps ; 28 cm.|
This manual is a guide for air quality program planners responsible for the design and implementation of episode avoidance actions. An episode is defined as the occurrence of stagnant air masses during which air pollutants accumulate, so that the population is exposed to higher-than-normal concentrations of the contaminants. The planning steps necessary to forestall the adverse effects of air pollution episodes are described. The manual is divided into three main parts, dealing with (1) emergency action plans, (2) problem definition, and (3) technical discussion. It covers both simple and more advanced technological procedures.
Contains 2 overlay maps and 1 folded map. U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Public Health Service, National Air Pollution Control Administration." "15 November 1968." Contains bibliographical references.