LAPD Project

Local Air Pollutant Dispersion

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This project seeks to measure and model indoor and outdoor air pollution dispersion in close proximity to local point sources, including cigars, cigarettes, incense, candles, cooking, etc. Specific efforts make use of multi-point arrays of gas or particle sensors, as well as advanced statistical and deterministic modeling techniques.

Investigators: 

Sandra McBride
Wayne R. Ott
Neil E. Klepeis
Paul Switzer

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Validity of the Uniform Mixing Assumption: Determining Human Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke

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Journal Article

Description: 

A review of studies on the rate of environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) mixing in single-zone interior spaces

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