2 edition of scientific and technical issues facing post 1987 ozone control strategies found in the catalog.
scientific and technical issues facing post 1987 ozone control strategies
APCA Specialty Conference (1987 Hartford, Connecticut).
|Other titles||Transactions of an APCA International Specialty Conference.|
|Statement||edited by George T. Wolff, John L. Hanisch, Kenneth Schere.|
|Series||AWMA -- TR-12, Transactions (Air & Waste Management Association) -- 12.|
|Contributions||Hanisch, John L., Schere, Kenneth L., Wolff, George T., Air & Waste Management Association., Air Pollution Control Association. New England Section.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 736 p. :|
|Number of Pages||736|
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TT-3 Meteorology Committee.; APCA. ITF-3 Ozone Intercommittee Task Force.; Air & Waste Management Association.;]. The Scientific and Technical Issues Facing Post Ozone Control Strategies Edited by George T. Wolff General Motors Research Laboratory John L.
Hanisch United States Environmental Protection Agency Kenneth Schere United States Environmental Protection Agency Sponsored by APCA's TC-2 Gases and Odors Committee, TT-3 Meteorology Committee, and. E. Meyer, “Urban Scale Modeling Requirements,” Paper presented at the Air Pollution Control Association Specialty Conference on Scientific and Technical Issues Facing Post Ozone Control Strategies,” Hartford, CT, USA, (Nov.
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