2 edition of Workshop on the Source Apportionment of PM Health Effects found in the catalog.
Workshop on the Source Apportionment of PM Health Effects
by New York State Energy Research and Development Authority in Albany, N.Y
Written in English
|Statement||prepared for the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority ; prepared by Clarkson University and Institute of Environmental Medicine, New York University School of Medicine.|
|Series||NYSERDA report -- 06-01, Energy Authority report -- 06-01.|
|Contributions||New York State Energy Research and Development Authority., Clarkson University., New York University. Institute of Environmental Medicine.|
|LC Classifications||RA576 .W587 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. in various pagings :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||2007406193|
Trace elements migrate among different environment bodies with the natural geochemical reactions, and impacted by human industrial, agricultural, and civil activities. High load of trace elements in water, river and lake sediment, soil and air particle lead to potential to health of human being and ecological system. To control the impact on environment, source Author: Yao Shan, Jianjun Shi. The 5th Sino-French Joint Workshop on Atmospheric Environment “Air Quality Improvement and Future Challenges: Sciences, Technologies & Solutions” Organized by: CRAES-MEP Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences ICARE-CNRS Institut de Combustion, Aérothermique, Réactivité et Environnement.
Health effects of PM Share. Print. PM10 particles are so small that they effectively act as a gas. When breathed in they penetrate deep into the lungs. Exposure to high concentrations of PM10 can result in a number of health impacts ranging from coughing and wheezing to asthma attacks and bronchitis to high blood pressure, heart attack. There is good evidence of the effects of short-term exposure to PM 10 on respiratory health, but for mortality, and especially as a consequence of long-term exposure, PM is a stronger risk factor than the coarse part of PM 10 (particles in the –10 µm range).File Size: KB.
Abstract. Gaseous and particulate emissions from vehicles represent a major source of atmospheric pollution in cities. Recent research shows evidence of, along with the primary emissions from motor exhaust, important contributions from secondary (due to traffic-related organic/inorganic gaseous precursors) and primary particles due to wear and Cited by: Thurston GD, Ito K, Mar T, Christensen WF, Eatough DJ, Henry RC, et al. Workgroup report: Workshop on Source Apportionment of Particulate Matter Health Effects—intercomparison of results and implications. Environ Health Perspect. ; – [PMC free article] Thurston GD, Spengler JD.
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A workshop was therefore organized by a consortium of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) PM centers to assess the extent to which variations in current source apportionment methods and their application may affect the ability of epidemiologic studies to discern PM health effects on a source-specific by: Source apportionment may be useful in epidemiological investigation of PM health effects, but variations and options in these methods leave uncertainties.
An EPA-sponsored workshop investigated source apportionment and health effects analyses by examining the associations between daily mortality and the investigators' estimated source Cited by: for source apportionment and possible time series health effects studies.
In Maythe EPA’s PM Centers Program, in conjunction with the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, sponsored the “Workshop on the Source Apportionment of PM Health.
In a workshop to compare the use of resolved source apportionment methods in health effects studies Hopke et al.
(), reported that different PM. PM source apportionment a nd health eff ects Hop ke et al. 4 Jou rnal of E xposure Anal ysis and En vironmental Epide miology (), 1–12 ba se d on a.
Sponsoring and Conducting a Workshop on Source Appointment for Health Effects Studies (May, at Arden House in Harriman, NY). The Workshop was co-chaired by Dr.
George Thurston of the NYU PM Center and Dr. Helen Suh of the Harvard Center. PM source apportionment and health effects: 2. An investigation of intermethod variability in associations between source-apportioned fine particle mass and daily mortality in Washington, DC.
Journal of Exposure Science & Environmental Epidemiology ;16(4) information and provide important insights on the relationships between PM exposure and health effects of PM. However, the new information and findings do not materially change any of the broad scientific conclusions regarding the health effects of PM exposure made in the PM ISA.
In brief, this report finds the following. Health Effects Institute 75 Federal Street Suite + FAX + HEI Workshop on Fuel Composition and PM – December 8, EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1 On December 8,the Health Effects Institute (HEI) hosted a workshop in Chicago on the “Effects of.
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Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. 12SA. Source Apportionment II Room AM – PM: Lunch on Your Own And Meet the Aerosol Pioneers from PM – PM Room AM – PM: AAAR Board Meeting 2 Room AM – PM: Bioaerosol Working Group Lunch Room PM – PM: Technical Session Platform.
13AC. Aerosol Chemistry XIII. While retaining the P standard levels, the U.S. EPA added new P standards on the basis of epidemiologic studies that related ambient PM concentrations to various health effects, including premature mortality, exacerbation of asthma, and other respiratory tract diseases, and decreased lung function (85).
Workshop Structure Four Sessions: 1. Background 2. Ambient PM 3. Fuel composition, engine technology, and pm emissions 4. Panel discussion: integrating research and policy issues. Synonyms for apportionments in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for apportionments.
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What are synonyms for apportionments. Whereas the epidemiological studies associate PM 10 or PM with health effects a rapidly increasing number of toxicological studies focus on the different size fractions within PM Most of these studies apply either concentrators for inhalation studies or novel PM sampling techniques for in vitro or in vivo health effects studies.
This work uses PMF as a means of source identification and apportionment, important steps in the development of air pollution control strategies.
Measurements of carbon monoxide, particulate matter, peroxyactyl nitrate (PAN), isoprene, temperature, and ozone were taken from a 31 m tower in rural northern Michigan and analyzed in this study. Workgroup Report: Workshop on Source Apportionment of Particulate Matter Health Effects—Intercomparison of Results and Implications.
George D. Thurston, Kazuhiko Ito, Therese Mar, William F. Christensen, Delbert J. Eatough, Ronald C. Henry, Eugene Kim. Thurston G et al () Results and implications of the workshop on the source apportionment of PM health effects.
Epidemiology 16(5):S–S CrossRef Google Scholar by: 2. Professional Interests. Richard J. Tropp is an Associate Research Professor in the Division of Atmospheric Sciences (DAS). He has more than 36 years of management and research experience in the areas of ambient air quality monitoring, aerosol and particulate measurements, visibility, acid deposition, data analysis, quality assurance, regulation development, and air.
Workgroup report: Workshop on Source Apportionment of Particulate Matter Health Effects—intercomparison of results and implications.
Environ Health Perspect Link, Google Scholar; Thurston GD, Spengler JD. A quantitative assessment of source contributions to inhalable particulate matter pollution in metropolitan Cited by: Source apportionment is a key tool in establishing the relationship between the emission sources and receptors of particulate matters (PM), and it also plays a vital role on providing technical support for PM pollution control policy and its effective evaluation.
Recently, a multi-time resolution PM source apportionment technique (MTR SA), based on the classic Author: Gao Jian, Li Hui, Shi GuoLiang, Ding AiJun, You ZhiQiang, You ZhiQiang, Zhang YueChong, Wang Han, Ch.INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 0 BOOK OF ABSTRACTS Instituto Superior Técnico Universidade de Lisboa 8th International Workshop on Sand/Duststorms and Associated Dustfall 1st-4th May - Lisbon, Portugal.