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Integrated Science Assessment (ISA) for Carbon Monoxide (Final Report, Jan 2010)
U.S. EPA. Integrated Science Assessment (ISA) for Carbon Monoxide (Final Report, Jan 2010). U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/600/R-09/019F, 2010.
The integrated Plan for Review of the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Carbon Monoxide (U.S. EPA, 2008, 193995) identifies key policy-relevant questions that provide a framework for this assessment of the scientific evidence. These questions frame the entire review of the NAAQS for CO and thus are informed by both science and policy considerations. The ISA organizes, presents, and integrates the scientific evidence which is considered along with findings from risk analyses and policy considerations to help the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) address these questions during the NAAQS review.
EPA announced the availability of the final report, Integrated Science Assessment (ISA) for Carbon Monoxide (CO). This report is EPA’s latest evaluation of the scientific literature on the potential human health and welfare effects associated with ambient exposures to CO. The development of this document is part of the Agency's periodic review of the national ambient air quality standards (NAAQS) for CO. The recently completed CO ISA and supplementary annexes, in conjunction with additional technical and policy assessments developed by EPA’s Office of Air and Radiation, will provide the scientific basis to inform EPA decisions related to the review of the current CO NAAQS.
URLs/Downloads:FR Notice: Jan 29, 2010 Exit
Integrated Science Assessment for Carbon Monoxide (PDF,593 pp, 29317 KB, about PDF)
Integrated Science Assessment for Carbon Monoxide (Main Report) (PDF,368 pp, 17692 KB, about PDF)
Integrated Science Assessment for Carbon Monoxide (Annexes Only) (PDF,225 pp, 13078 KB, about PDF)