Indoor bioaerosol dynamics.

@article{Nazaroff2016IndoorBD,
  title={Indoor bioaerosol dynamics.},
  author={William W Nazaroff},
  journal={Indoor air},
  year={2016},
  volume={26 1},
  pages={
          61-78
        }
}
Inhaling indoor air is the primary means by which humans are exposed to bioaerosols. Considering bacteria, fungi, and viruses, this study reviews the dynamic processes that govern indoor concentrations and fates of biological particulate material. Bioaerosol behavior is strongly coupled to particle size; this study emphasizes the range 0.1-10 μm in aerodynamic diameter. The principle of material balance allows concentrations to be determined from knowledge of important source and removal… CONTINUE READING

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