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Main Title Human health damages from mobile source air pollution : a delphi study /
Author Leung, Steve. ; Goldstein, Elliot ; Dalkey, Norman
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Goldstein, Elliot
Dalkey, Norman Crolle
CORP Author California State Air Resources Board, Sacramento. ;Eureka Labs., Inc., Sacramento, CA. ;California Univ., Davis. ;California Univ., Los Angeles.;Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Publisher Ari Resources Board,
Year Published 1978
Report Number EPA/600/5-78/016A; EPA-68-01-1889
Stock Number PB-288 319
Subjects Air--Pollution--Physiological effect. ; Photochemical smog--Toxicology. ; Carbon monoxide--Toxicology. ; Nitrogen dioxide--Toxicology
Additional Subjects Toxicology ; Exhaust gases ; Questionnaires ; Recommendations ; Tables(Data) ; Humans ; Dosage ; Responses ; Nitrogen dioxide ; Carbon monoxide ; Tables(Data) ; Estimates ; Research ; Concentration(Composition) ; Respiratory diseases ; Health surveys ; Air pollution effects(Humans) ; Photochemical oxidants ; Toxic substances ; Environmental health ; Delphi technique ; Automobile exhaust ; Aircraft exhaust ; Consensus models ; Health status
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NTIS  PB-288 319 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 01/01/1988
Collation xvii, 125, [300] leaves ; 28 cm
Abstract
During the past year, the California Air Resources Board conducted a survey of 14 health experts on the human damages from mobile source air pollution. A variant of the Delphi technique was used in the study to arrive at a consensus judgment of the experts on the dose-response relationship for photochemical oxidants, nitrogen dioxide and carbon monoxide. The panel experts were requested to answer questionnaires to provide dose-response for all three pollutants and for healthy individuals as well as diseased or sensitive persons. The completed questionnaires were analyzed and the group consensus were sent to the panel members. The panel experts were then asked to answer the same questionnaires again for a second time. The data obtained during the second round represents the final group consensus. In the first round survey, there was good agreement among the panel experts for the health effects of oxidant on all categories of population, while the data for both carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide was much less so. The results of the second round survey showed improvement in group agreement for all three pollutants.
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At head of title: Final report. Microfiche.