Indoor and outdoor air pollution in the Himalayas.

@article{Davidson1986IndoorAO,
  title={Indoor and outdoor air pollution in the Himalayas.},
  author={Cliff I. Davidson and Siu Fung Lin and J F Osborn and Mrigendra Raj Pandey and Reinhold A Rasmussen and M Aslam Khan Khalil},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={1986},
  volume={20 6},
  pages={561-7}
}
rn Air pollutant concentrations, have been measured in residences in the Himalayas of Nepal where biomass fuels are used for cooking and heating. Levels of total suspended particles are in the range 3-42 mg/m3, with respirable suspended particles in the range 1-14 mg/m3 in the houses sampled. High concentrations of several trace elements have also been… CONTINUE READING