Air Quality and Human Respiratory Problems
|ESC 2435||3 Quarter Hours|
|Description||Discusses particulates, such as asbestos or lead-rich dust, volcanic ash, or ash from forest fires and power generation; biological threats, such as pollen and methane from landfills or cattle feedlots; and gaseous chemical pollutants, such as radon and volatile organic compounds. As modern societies continue to pollute the atmosphere, human respiratory problems increase exponentially with decreasing air quality. Includes current air-quality legal standards and methods of monitoring air quality. Prereq. CHM 1011 and ESC 1105.|
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