||Impact of Aerosols on Visibility and Climate: A Report Prepared for Panel 3, Environmental Impact, of the NATO/CCMS (North Atlantic Treaty Organization/Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society) Air Pollution Pilot Study on Control Strategies and Impact Modeling.
Inge, T. B. ;
von Ward, P. ;
Bradow, F. V. ;
||Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Environmental Criteria and Assessment Office. ;Delphi Research Associates, Inc., Washington, DC.
Environmental impacts ;
Air pollution ;
Mathematical models ;
Economic impact ;
United States ;
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This is the U.S. contribution to a report being prepared by Panel 3, Environmental Impact, of The Air Pollution Pilot Study on Control Strategies and Impact Modeling, NATO Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society. It is a representative collection of recent research findings and key data on aerosol impact on visibility and climate in the United States. The report emphasizes sulfate and elemental carbon; minor contributors are mentioned only briefly. Sections on impact of visibility and impact on climate include many illustrations of secular trend data. A brief section on economic effects addresses potential impact, especially in terms of agricultural effects.