In this issue, you will find a discussion on the release and impact of toxic air contaminants. Air toxics are those compounds that are known to cause cancer or result in other negative health effects.
Inside This Month's Issue
by Stephen Zemba, Lisa Damiano, Heather Little, Jeffrey Doris, and Matthew Estabrooks
Lean-Burn Reduces NOx, but is this Benefit a Formaldehyde Concern?
by Michael T. Lannan and Katherine B. Mears
Air Dispersion Modeling for Historical Community Exposure Reconstruction
by Paul K. Scott, Matthew M. Abramson, Jennifer L. Bare, and Christy A. Barlow
Cadmium and the Portland Moss and Air Quality Study
Published with permission by the U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station
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