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Plan and preliminary results of the U.S. Environmental Agency's Indoor Air Monitoring Program - 1982

Wallace L. et al, 1984
air change rate | air quality | ventilation | tobacco smoke | tracer gas | formaldehyde | house | measurement technique | office building | school | pollutant | organic compound | particulate
Bibliographic info: Indoor Air. Vol.1 Recent Advances in the Health Sciences and Technology edited by B. Berglund, T. Lindvall and J. Sundell. Swedish Council for Building Research. Stockholm. 20-24 August 1984, 173-178, 3 tabs, 1 ref. in English #DATE 20:08:1984 AIC bk,
Languages: English

The U.S. EPA initiated an indoor air monitoring program in 1982, concentrating on commercial or public-access buildings (homes for the elderly, schools, and office buildings). Several buildings from each category are sampled over 2-3 day peri

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