Publisher description for Sampling and analysis of airborne pollutants / edited by Eric D. Winegar, Lawrence H. Keith.

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Sampling and Analysis of Airborne Pollutants is a compilation of recent work addressing air pollution and the measurement of airborne compounds conducted by leading environmental scientists. Themes ranging from electro-optical remote sensing to new directions in sampling techniques are represented, and topics covered include innovative sampling methods, visibility research in national parks, analysis of carbonyl compounds, artifacts in aerosol sampling, methods of volatile organic compound (VOC) sampling and analysis, data interpretation of ambient VOC data, and interpretation of data from environmental tobacco smoke. Sampling and Analysis of Airborne Pollutants presents topical reference material that will be valuable to air pollution scientists, statisticians in air pollution, consultants, and analytical chemists.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Air -- Pollution -- Measurement.
Air -- Analysis.