Spengler J D
Bibliographic info:
Indoor Air Vol 6, The 3rd International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate, 20-24 August 1984. Swedish Council for Building Research, Stockholm, 1986. p37-41. 7 refs. #DATE 00:00:1986 in English

Indoor concentrations of a variety of particulate matter and gaseous compounds often exceed outdoor concentrations. We should examine exposures to air pollutants within the important built environments or perhaps on a personal basis. The development of reliable biological markers is still an area of active research. Instruments passively monitoring NO2 exposures over timeperiods ranging from hours to days have been used in several studies in theU.S. and the Netherlands, but monitoring of indoor air pollutants on the whole needs accurate research and development, particularly in the area of lightweight, portable equipment or personal monitors.