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Main Title AICE Survey of USSR Air Pollution Literature. Volume XXI. Atmospheric Pollutants in Relation to Meteorological Conditions: A Procedure for Calculating the Atmospheric Dispersal of Pollutants and the Feasibility of Their Study by Means of Satellites.
Author Nuttonso, M. Y. ;
CORP Author American Inst. of Crop Ecology, Silver Spring, Md.
Year Published 1973
Report Number AICE-AIR-73-21; EPA-R-800878; 1482;
Stock Number PB-222 351-T
Additional Subjects ( Air pollution ; Periodicals) ; ( USSR ; Air pollution) ; ( Atmospheric diffusion ; Air pollution) ; Dust ; Sulfur dioxide ; Combustion products ; Remote sensing ; Urban areas ; Smoke ; Public health ; Chemical composition ; Aerosols ; Industrial wastes ; Toxicity ; Artifical satellites ; Translations ; Novosibirsk(USSR) ; Perm(USSR) ; Air pollution effects(Humans)
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NTIS  PB-222 351-T Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 147p
Abstract
Seven translated Russian papers are presented. Most of these deal with atmospheric and weather conditions as factors in the dispersal of air pollutants in industrial regions of the USSR. One paper deals with the feasibility of using satellites for the study of atmospheric pollution. Another paper deals with the pollution of the ground layer of the atmosphere. This investigation was conducted on the basis of data on an occurrence of large-scale mild poisoning of people with sulfur dioxide and with products of its oxidation in a given area. The remainder of the papers deal with the following aspects: characteristics of the meteorological and aerosynoptic conditions of smoke pollution in Novosibirsk; Data on the chemical composition of: atmospheric aerosols of Central Asia, of cloud water in urban industrial districts, and of atmospheric precipitation of the city of Perm; Instructions for calculating the atmospheric dispersal of noxious substances present in industrial emissions.