Indoor Air Quality Environmental Handbook: Combustion Sources

Entry_ID: GCRIO 299 GCRIO_Inventory: 4 Entry_Title: Indoor Air Quality Environmental Handbook: Combustion Sources Document_Author: King, Thomas A. Document_Author: Green, Linda L. Document_Author: Reinmann, Paul F.
Agency_Name: U.S. Department of Energy
Start_Date: 1985-01-00
Group: Summary
Audience_Interest_Guide: Government
Audience_Interest_Guide: General Interest
Audience_Interest_Guide: Research Community

This publication, Indoor Air Quality Environmental Handbook: Combustion Sources,
provides both the technical and non-technical reader the "current state of
knowledge regarding combustion sources of indoor air pollution." Compiled
from research, conference proceedings,technical journals, and other
publications, this report offers quantitative and descriptive data on emissions,
indoor concentrations, health effects, models, and controls relating to
combustion-generated pollutants. It includes graphs, tables, figures,
abbreviations and a glossary.

Group: Data_Center
Data_Center_Name: U.S. Department of Energy
Dataset_ID: Same as Entry_Title
Group: Data_Center_Contact
Last_Name: Moses
First_Name: David O.
Email: None
Phone: (202) 586-5000
Fax: None
Group: Address
Environmental Assessments Division
1000 Independence Ave., SW
Washington, DC 20585
Storage_Medium: Various pagings of printed matter
Parameter: Public Health>Environmental Health
Parameter: Atmospheric Composition>Contaminants
Parameter: Atmospheric Composition>Air Quality
Discipline: Physical Sciences > Earth Science > Atmosphere
Discipline: Life Sciences > Biology > Ecology
Discipline: Life Science > Environmental Science
Discipline: Life Science > Public Health > Environmental Health
Discipline: Applied Sciences > Public Health > Environmental Health
Discipline: Multidisciplinary Sciences > Environmental Studies
Discipline: Multidisciplinary Sciences > Human Ecology
Location: North America > United States
Keyword: air exchange
Keyword: air cleaning
Keyword: ventilation
Keyword: monitoring programs
Keyword: monitoring techniques
Keyword: mathematical models
Keyword: homeowners
Keyword: residential
Keyword: tobacco smoke
Keyword: cigarette smoking
Keyword: pollutants
Keyword: indoor air quality