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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Interstate air pollution study : phase II project report.|
|Author||Venezi, R. ; Ozolin, G. ; Farmer, J. R. ; Williams, J. D. ; Jenkins, H. Neff ; Harris, T. O. ; Maddox, F. D. ; Copeley, Jr., C. M. ; Van Dokkenburg Jr., W. ; Bunyard, F. L.|
|CORP Author||U. S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Public Health Service, Bureau of Disease Prevention and Environmental Control, National Center for Air Pollution Control, Cincinnati, OH.|
|Publisher||Bureau of Disease Prevention and Enviromental Control, National Center for Air Pollution Control,|
|Report Number||905R66001; 905R66001a; 905R66001b; 905R66001c; 905R66001d; 905R66001e; 905R66001f; 905R66001g; 905R66001h; EPA/905/R-66/001B; EPA/905/R-66/001C; EPA/905/R-66/001D; EPA/905/R-66/001F; EPA/905/R-66/001G|
|Stock Number||PB-230 177|
|Subjects||Air--Pollution--Economic aspects--Missouri. ; Air--Pollution--Economic aspects--Illinois. ; Air Pollution--Illinois. ; Air Pollution--Missouri.|
|Additional Subjects||Air pollution ; Emission factors ; Saint Louis (Missouri) ; Air pollution (Missouri) ; Air quality data ; Odors ; Air pollution--Illinois ; Atmospheric corrosion ; Public health ; Air pollution effects(Materials) ; Air pollution effects (Animals) ; Air pollution effects (Plants) ; Air pollution--Public opinion|
|Collation||volumes : illustrations|
An emission inventory was conducted during 1963-1964 as part of the St. Louis East St. Louis Interstate Air Pollution Study. Population density and land-use maps, which provide an excellent index to the areal distribution of most pollutant emissions, are presented. The pollutants considered in this survey are those emitted in large quantities from a variety and multitude of sources dispersed throughout the area. Included are aldehydes, carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons, nitrogen oxides (caluculated as nitrogen dioxide), sulfur oxides (calculated as sulfur dioxide), particulates, and benzo(a) pyrene (B(a)P). The emissions of other pollutants are generally associated with a specific process or operation and, in general, are not distributed throughout the community. The sources of air pollution in the Study area may be subdivided into the five following general categories: Fuel combusion in stationary plants; combustion of refuse material; fuel combustion in transportation vehicles; industrial process emissions; and, solvent evaporation. Emission factors are also included.
Issued by the Public Health Service Division of Air Pollution, later called the National Center for Air Pollution Control. Includes bibliographical references.
v. 1. Introduction.--v. 2. Air pollutant emission inventory.--v. 3. Air quality measurements.--v. 4. Odors -- results of surveys.--v. 5. Meteorology and topography.--v. 6. Effects of air pollution.--v. 7. Opinion surveys and air quality statistical relationships.--v. 8. A proposal for an air resource management program.