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Main Title A pilot study of air pollution in Jacksonville, Florida
Author Sheehy, James P. ; Sheeh, James P. ; Henderso, John J. ; Hardi, Charles I. ; Dani, Anthony L.
CORP Author Robert A. Taft Sanitary Engineering Center, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Publisher U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Division of Air Pollution,
Year Published 1963
Report Number PB168888
Stock Number PB-168 888
OCLC Number 24279257
Subjects Air--Pollution--Florida--Jacksonville.
Additional Subjects ( Air pollution ; Florida) ; ( Public health ; Air pollution) ; Urban areas ; Fluorides ; Sulfur compounds ; Dioxides ; Hydrogen compounds ; Sulfides ; Hydrocarbons ; Nitrogen compounds ; Oxides ; Carbon dioxide ; Carbon monoxide ; Aldehydes ; Ketones ; Meteorological parameters ; Damage ;
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EMBD  PB-168888 NRMRL/GWERD Library/Ada,OK 04/30/2004
ESAD  PB 168-888 Region 10 Library/Seattle,WA 03/23/2010
NTIS  PB-168 888 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 02/27/2020
Collation vi, 65 pages illustrations, map 23 cm.
Abstract
The objectives of this pilot study were to develop a preliminary evaluation of air pollution in Jacksonville and to determine whether fluoride and sulfur dioxide concentrations were sufficient to cause damage to vegetation that had occurred in the area. The study consisted of an emission inventory, a meteorological investigation, an intensive short-term study of downtown Jacksonville, and an industrial area study. Pollutants sampled for included sulfur dioxide, oxidants, nitrogen dioxide, carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, fluorides, and suspended particulates. During the study fluoride concentrations were high enough in certain parts of the city to cause damage to sensitive plants; sulfur dioxide and oxidants were also present at significant levels. Results of the study also indicated that photochemical smog is produced over Jacksonville, that pollutants from Jacksonville are transported across the St. John's River, and finally, that several pollutants constitute a potential problem in the city and should be evaluated further. (Author)
Notes
Public Health Service publication no. 999-AP-3. PB 168 888. Bibliography: p. 59-61. Microfiche (negative)