This book provides practical procedures for performing air sampling, collecting biological samples, evaluating dermal exposures, and determining the advantages and limitations of a given air monitoring method. This information is valuable to Industrial Hygienists, safety professionals, environmental specialists, chemists and others involved in measuring airborne exposures to potentially harmful exposures to people from hazardous materials, including chemicals, radon and bioaerosols.
...this up-to-date, comprehensive resource will be valuable for the industrial hygienist, emergency responder, and other safety and environmental health professional. (CHOICE, April 2005) "The book should be in the library of every emergency response team as well as conventional sampling groups." (Journal of Hazardous Materials, March 2005) "This second edition offers ready-to-use information for measuring a wide variety of airborne hazardous materials..." (CAB Abstracts, 2005) "...the advances of sampling technology has greatly advanced and this text addresses them." (Industrial Hygiene News, January 2005) "This work is highly recommended for academic, special, and industry libraries serving...all air sampling professionals who perform air monitoring..." (E-STREAMS, February 2005)
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