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Main Title NERL PM research monitoring platforms : {microform} Baltimore, Fresno and Phoenix, data report.
Author Zweidinger, Roy ; Purdue, L. ; Fitzgerald, K. ; Carmichael, L. ; Kellogg, R.
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Purdue, Larry.
Fitzgerald, Kelly.
Carmichael, Linda.
Kellogg, Robert.
CORP Author QST Environmental, Inc., Gainesville, FL. ;ManTech Environmental Technology, Inc., Research Triangle Park, NC.;Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. National Exposure Research Lab.
Publisher U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Exposure Research Laboratory.,
Year Published 1998
Report Number EPA/600/R-98/138; EPA-68-D2-0134
Stock Number PB99-105660
Additional Subjects Particulates ; Air pollution monitoring ; Metropolitan areas ; Metals ; Organic carbon ; Ecological concentration ; Particle size distribution ; Air pollutants ; Meterological data ; Ambient air quality ; Data quality ; Quality assurance ; Public health ; Health hazards ; PM-10 ; Baltimore(Maryland) ; Fresno(California) ; Phoenix(Arizona)
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NTIS  PB99-105660 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 01/01/1988
Collation 50 p. : 28cm.
Abstract
EPA's National Exposure Research Laboratory, NERL, established PM research monitoring platforms in three metropolitan areas with differing PM size and composition characteristics: Phoenix, AZ (est. Feb. 1995), an arid, desert dust dominated western U.S. city where the PM10 mass is dominated by the coarse fraction; Baltimore, MD (est. Jan. 1997), a typical eastern city with high sulfates; and Fresno, CA (est. June 1997); characteristic of a western area with high nitrates. The primary objective of the research platforms was to collect daily, ambient air quality data to relate the chemical and/or physical properties of PM to support exposure, source apportionment, receptor modeling, and health effects studies. Daily fine and coarse particle mass and composition data, meteorology data, and data for other parameters relevant to the characterization of the size and composition of PM were collected, including: 24 hour integrated and hourly maximum mass concentrations, metals (XRF), organic and elemental carbon.
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"Data report." EPA/600/R-98/138. Includes bibliographical references.