Providing the background necessary to measure, understand, and predict human exposure to environmental pollution, Exposure Analysis presents information on how, where, and how long people are exposed as well as the factors, consequences, and ways to change exposures. The book reviews the existing knowledge and methodology of pollutants, including CO2 and pesticides. The author elucidates basic mathematical methods and practical tools used by exposure analysts. He also discusses existing laws and examines the relationship between exposure and national policies. Defining an emerging discipline, this text is essential for environmental health researchers and practitioners.
Occurrence, Sources, and Quantitative Levels of Exposure. Models and Methods. Policy and Legislation.