Richard Schlesinger

Thomas W. Clarkson1
Paul Mushak1
Petros Koutrakis1
1Thomas W. Clarkson
1Paul Mushak
1Petros Koutrakis
1Jane Koenig
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In 1998 Congress mandated expanded U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) health effects research on ambient air particulate matter (PM) and a National Research Council (NRC) committee to provide research oversight. The U.S. EPA currently supports intramural and extramural PM research, including five academically based PM centers. The PM centers in(More)
This report summarizes the potential impact of the acid precipitation phenomenon on human health. There are two major components to this phenomenon: the predepositional phase, during which there is direct human exposure to acidic substances from ambient air, and the post-depositional phase, in which the deposition of acid materials on water and soil results(More)
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