5 edition of Urban air quality management strategy in Asia found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 97-103).
|Statement||edited by Jitendra J. Shah, Tanvi Nagpal, Carter J. Brandon.|
|Contributions||Shah, Jitendra J., 1952-, Nagpal, Tanvi, 1967-, Brandon, Carter, 1954-|
|LC Classifications||TD883.7.A78 U73 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 171 p. :|
|Number of Pages||171|
|LC Control Number||97036029|
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Some 98 per cent of cities in low- and middle-income countries with more thaninhabitants do not meet WHO air quality limits, according to the latest global urban ambient air pollution. CONTENTS Foreword v Contributors vi 1 Urban Air Pollution in Asia 1 Gary Haq and Wha-Jin Han 2 Ambient Air Pollution and Emerging Issues in Megacities 8 Dietrich Schwela and Hiremagalur Gopalan 3 Air Quality in the People’s Republic of China 45 Christine Kim, Cui Qiang 4 Air Pollution Management in India 59 T S Panwar 5 Air Quality Management in Jakarta A Logical Framework for Urban Air Quality Management 98 Stages of Urban Air Pollution in Asian Cities 98 Characterisation of Emissions for Major and Mega Cities of Asia According to the AMIS Database Urban Air Quality Trends Air Quality Monitoring Impacts of Air Pollution Enforcement and Control.
Air Quality Management in Mumbai Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and Water Vapour. However in typical urban environment, air has other substances which in excess of certain proportions could be harmful to human health, vegetation or built properties. Main cause and source of SPM - PM10 Impact on ambient air quality depends upon traffic.
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GuptaBy S. Gupta Chapter Secretary- Indian Association for Air Pollution Control All Human activities generate large quantities of emissions that would otherwise be not present in the.
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