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About this book
The importance of indoor air pollution is increasingly being recognised amongst scientists and policy-makers alike. This book brings together prominent authors in the field of indoor air pollution to provide an authoritative treatise on why indoor air is important and how it can have significant impacts on human health in both developed and developing countries.
Indoor-Outdoor Relationships (M Ashmore); Effects of Indoor Air Pollutants on Materials (P Brimblecombe); Guidelines for Indoor Air Quality (P Harrison); Exposure to Air Pollution in the Transport Environment (M Nieuwenhuijsen); Environmental Tobacco Smoke - Indoor Exposure and Health Effects (I Gee); Radon (G Gillmore); Indoor Allergens (N Siddique & S Holgate); The Effects of External Air Pollution and Ventilation on Indoor Air Quality in Urban Areas (V Kukadia); Indoor Air Pollution in Developed Countries (D Crump); Indoor Air Pollution in Developing Countries (K Smith); Carbon Monoxide as an Indoor Air Pollutant (R Maynard et al.); Chemistry of Indoor Air (N Carslaw); Mould in Buildings (C Hunter).