||Modeling the Time Series of Respirable Suspended Particles and Carbon Monoxide from Multiple Smokers: Validation in Two Public Smoking Lounges.
Klepeis, N. E. ;
Ott, W. R. ;
Switzer, P. ;
||Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Atmospheric Research and Exposure Assessment Lab. ;Information Systems and Sciences, Inc., Las Vegas, NV. ;Stanford Univ., CA. Dept. of Statistics.
Indoor air pollution ;
Tobacco smoking ;
Air pollution monitoring ;
Air quality ;
Statistical analysis ;
Mathematical models ;
Carbon monoxide ;
ETS(Environmental Tobacco Smoke) ;
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The Multiple Cigarette Exposure Model (MCEM) was applied to ten field studies of the time series of carbon monoxide (CO), respirable suspended particles (RSP), and number of smokers, conducted inside cigarette smoking lounges at the San Francisco Airport (SFO) and the San Jose International Airport (SJC). The studies were conducted inside glass-enclosed rooms with rows of seats and the volumes of the rooms were 747.7 and 238.2 cubic meters for SFO and SJC, respectively.