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1. Exposure analysis [2007]

533 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
  • Exposure Concepts Exposure Analysis: A Receptor-Oriented Science, W.R. Ott Basic Concepts and Definitions of Exposure and Dose, V. Zartarian, W. Ott, and N. Duan Probability-Based Sampling for Human Exposure Assessment Studies, R. Whitmore Inhalation Inhalation Exposure, Uptake, and Dose, A.R. Ferro and L.M. Hildemann Personal Monitors, L. Wallace Exposure to Carbon Monoxide (CO), P. Flachsbart Exposure to Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), L.A. Wallace and S.M. Gordon Exposure to Particles, L.A. Wallace and K. Smith Exposure to Secondhand Smoke, J.L. Repace Intake Fraction, J.D. Marshall and W.W. Nazaroff Dermal Exposure Dermal Exposure, Uptake, and Dose, A.C. Ferguson, R.A. Canales, and J.O. Leckie Dermal Exposure to VOCs while Bathing, Showering, or Swimming, L.A. Wallace and S.M. Gordon Ingestion Ingestion Exposure, P.B. Ryan Multimedia Exposure Exposure to Pollutants from House Dust, J.W. Roberts and W. Ott Exposure to Pesticides, R.G. Lewis Exposure to Dioxin and Dioxin-Like Compounds, D.J. Stralka and H.A. Ball Biomarkers of Exposure, L. Wallace Models Mathematical Modeling of Indoor Air Quality, W. Ott Modeling Human Exposure to Air Pollution, N.E. Klepeis Models of Exposure to Pesticides, R.A. Canales and J.O. Leckie Policy Environmental Laws and Exposure Analysis, A.C. Steinemann and N.J. Walsh Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781566706636 20160528
Written by experts, "Exposure Analysis" is the first complete resource in the emerging scientific discipline of exposure analysis. A comprehensive source on the environmental pollutants that affect human health, the book discusses human exposure through pathways including air, food, water, dermal absorption, and, for children, non-food ingestion. The book summarizes existing definitions of exposure, dose, and related concepts and provides the mathematical framework at the heart of these conceptual definitions.Using secondhand smoke as an example, the book illustrates how exposure analysis studies can change human behavior and improve public health. An extensive section on air pollutants considers volatile organic compounds (VOCs), carbon monoxide (CO), fine and ultrafine particles, and the latest personal air quality monitors for measuring individual exposure. Another detailed section examines exposures to pesticides, metals such as lead, and dioxin that may occur through multiple routes such as air, food, and dust ingestion.The book explores important aspects of dermal exposure such as the absorption of volatile organic compounds while showering or bathing and exposure through multiple carrier media. The authors describe quantitative methods that have been validated for predicting the concentrations in enclosed everyday locations, such as automobiles and rooms of the home. They also discuss existing laws and examine the relationship between exposure and national policies. Defining the new field of exposure analysis, this book provides the basic tools needed to identify sources, understand causes, measure exposures, and develop strategies for improving public health.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781566706636 20160528
Engineering Library (Terman), eReserve
CEE-178-01, CEE-276-01