1 edition of Smoke, a study of town air. found in the catalog.
Smoke, a study of town air.
Cohen, Julius Berend
|Contributions||Ruston, Arthur G.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi [i], 108 p. front., illus., pl.|
|Number of Pages||108|
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Four factors motivated the selection of the town for this study: (i) of the extensive media publicity on both air and water pollution including damage to the built environment (Figure 1); (ii) the presence of the factory and its being the largest employer in the area and therefore a backbone of the region’s economy; (iii) it represented a typical Cited by: Dan Vyleta's new book Smoke imagines a world where vice is made visible, in the form of curling black Smoke.
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She has worked as an editorial assistant at /5(23).Health Effects of Smoke Exposure due to Wildland Fires. How does smoke in the air affect my health?
How smoke conditions may affect your health is determined by a number of factors, such as the length of time you are exposed, how much air you breathe in, your health status and the concentration of smoke in the air.
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