Migration of contaminated soil and airborne particulates to indoor dust.

@article{Layton2009MigrationOC,
  title={Migration of contaminated soil and airborne particulates to indoor dust.},
  author={David W. Layton and Paloma I. Beamer},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2009},
  volume={43 21},
  pages={8199-205}
}
We have developed a modeling and measurement framework for assessing transport of contaminated soils and airborne particulates into a residence, their subsequent distribution indoors via resuspension and deposition processes, and removal by cleaning and building exhalation of suspended particles. The model explicitly accounts for the formation of house dust as a mixture of organic matter (OM) such as shed skin cells and organic fibers, soil tracked-in on footwear, and particulate matter (PM… CONTINUE READING
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