Air Quality: New Perspective
by G.L. Badilla, B. Valdez, M. Schorr (ed.)
Publisher: InTech 2012
Number of pages: 326
This book contains 15 chapters reporting air pollution of interest to experts in academia and industrial plants dealing with the environmental issues. These chapters emphasize the problems of air pollution involving the human sector as an essential part in the control of air pollutants.
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