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Main Title Aerosols: Research, Risk Assessment and Control Strategies. Proceedings of the U.S.-Dutch International Symposium, Williamsburg, Virginia, May 19-25, 1985 (2nd).
Author Lee, S. D. ; Schneider, T. ; Grant, L. D. ; Verkerk, P. J. ;
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Health and Environmental Assessment. ;Ministerie van Volkshuisvesting en Ruimtelijke Ordening, Leidschendam (Netherlands).
Year Published 1986
Report Number EPA/600/9-87-026 ;ISBN-0-87371-051-7;
Stock Number PB88-230735
Additional Subjects Aerosols ; Symposia ; Air pollution ; Risk ; Particulates ; Toxicology ; Epidemiology ; Research management ; Air pollution control ; Air pollution effects(Humans) ; Air pollution effects(Plants) ; Air pollution economics ; Air pollution abatement
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NTIS  PB88-230735 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 12/29/1988
Collation 1209p
Abstract
The Second U.S.-Dutch International Symposium on Aerosols was one of many cooperative activities in environmental protection called for in a Memorandum of Understanding signed in 1980 between the U.S. and the Netherlands. The symposium focused on a wide range of topics concerning air pollution: air quality, welfare effects, health effects, control technologies, and policy and management strategies. Approximately 300 people from The Netherlands, Canada, Germany, Belgium, The United Kingdom, Japan, Korea, Sweden, India, and the United States attended the symposium. Participants included governmental regulatory officials, research scientists, air pollution control experts, industrial representatives, members of environmental conservation groups, media representatives, and graduate students from several nations. Because of the nature of environmental problems (which are transnational or even global) and the important role that a cooperative effort such as this plays toward development of rational approaches to environmental protection, the governments of the United States and The Netherlands renewed the Memorandum of Understanding in June 1985 for another five years.