Natural atmospheric microbial conditions in a typical suburban area.

@article{Jones1983NaturalAM,
  title={Natural atmospheric microbial conditions in a typical suburban area.},
  author={Berne L. Jones and John Cookson},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={1983},
  volume={45 3},
  pages={919-34}
}
Ambient outdoor concentrations and size distributions of airborne microbial particles were measured approximately weekly for 2 years in a Washington, D.C., suburban area. The study objective was to characterize microbial air quality in the vicinity of a proposed sewage sludge composting facility. During the study, 379 samples were taken at 17 stations, using Andersen microbial samplers. Concentration ranges (in viable particles per cubic meter) were as follows: airborne mesophilic fungi, 0 to 7… CONTINUE READING

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