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The students learned about the sources, transformations and sinks of air pollutants by acting as citizen scientists, forming and testing their own hypotheses using real scientific instruments.
Measurement of emissions of air pollutants and control system for continuous measurement of emissions from stationary sources HEP Generation, and measurement of emissions of air pollutants from small, medium and large combustion plants and gas turbine in accordance with the Regulation on limit values ?
According to MINAP data, there were 400,000 heart attacks during this time period, 2 million emergency admissions for cardiovascular problems, and 600,000 heart attack and stroke deaths were related to average levels of air pollutants over a 5-day period.
Some 400,000 heart attacks recorded in MINAP; more than 2 million emergency admissions for cardiovascular problems; and 600,000 deaths from a heart attack/stroke were linked to average levels of air pollutants over a period of 5 days using data from the monitoring station nearest to the place of residence.
Whilst previous studies had examined air pollution and ASD, they generally had not examined gender differences in the relationship between ASD and air pollutants.
The six common air pollutants, or criteria pollutants, that EPA currently regulates are particulate matter, ground-level ozone, carbon monoxide, sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides, and lead.
Characteristics of air pollutants and assessment of potential exposure in spa centers during aromatherapy.
By 2014, the EPA claimed its new clampdown will prevent up to 36,000 deaths annually and save more than 120 billion dollars in health costs related to the air pollutants.
Automobiles produce at least 4,400 tons of air pollutants a day and 1.
There are usually three regions around the collection medium of the passive sampler where air pollutants can diffuse by molecular diffusion.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed changing when and how major sources of hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) can change their status to a minor, or area, source.
Sensors in the packs will measure air pollutants, such as nitrogen oxide--a gas that's released by cars and contributes to smog formation.
The study is the first to directly link delayed cognitive development in children to their mothers' exposure during pregnancy to common air pollutants called polycyclie aromatic hydrocarbons, or PAHs.
The Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health (CCCEH) at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health recently announced the release of a new study which finds that prenatal exposure to air pollutants in New York City can adversely affect child development.
The ARB's action rightfully puts secondhand smoke in the same category as the most toxic automotive and industrial air pollutants,'' said Joan Denton, director of the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment.