What Causes Air Pollution (Link)
Here is a quick summary of the major pollutants produced by a variety of sources all over the world.
What are the effects of Air Pollution? (Link)
A variety of air pollutants have known or suspected harmful effects on human health and the environment. Find out some of these effects here.
National Atmospheric Deposition Program (Link)
This site is dedicated to studying, and collecting data on the chemistry of precipitation for monitoring of geographical and temporal long-term trends.
Air quality trends in National Parks (Link)
The National Park Service measures the success of its air resource management program based on results achieved
Papers and Resources on Emissions (Link)
Here is a collection of resources that focus on emissions, measuring emissions, and regulations.
EPA Map of Radon Zones (Link)
The Map was developed using five factors to determine radon potential: indoor radon measurements; geology; aerial radioactivity; soil permeability; and, foundation type.
Indoor Air Program (Link)
A quick fact sheet for everything from asthma to sick building syndrome.
Environmental Effects of Acid Rain (Link)
Air Pollution causes Acid Rain, and that causes a lot more problems.
Clearing the Air: Reducing Diesel Pollution in West Oakland (Link)
Diesel exhaust — the black smoke coming out of buses, trucks, trains, and ships — is the number one toxic air pollutant in California. Fortunately, there are a host of innovative solutions to reduce this pollution without harming the Port or local businesses
National Air Pollutant Emission Trends, 1900-1998 (Link)
This report presents the United States (U.S.) Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) latest estimates of national emissions for criteria air pollutants
Air Quality Data Logging for the 21st Century (Link)
Air Quality Professionals all over the world have to deal with fewer resources, regarding both funding and manpower. However the demands in availability and quality of data increase constantly not least caused by regulations.
Air pollution at street level in European cities (Link)
Human exposure to increased pollutant concentrations in densely populated urban areas is high. The improvement of air quality is therefore imperative.
Air quality and ancillary benefits of climate change policies (Link)
This report analyses projected changes in European air quality up to 2030. It explores the possible benefits of climate policies on air quality and the costs of air pollution abatement.
Environmental Expert.com (Link)
This is a great site with links to current publications. Browse around and see what you can find!
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