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Effect-Focused Air Quality Management

  • Markus Amann
  • Marek Makowski
Part of the The International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis book series (MMTA, volume 9)

Abstract

There is substantial concern about the environmental impacts of air pollution at the local, regional, and global scale. It has been shown that observed levels of various air pollutants can threaten human health, vegetation, wildlife, and cause damage to physical structures. In order to limit the negative effects of air pollution, measures to reduce emissions from a variety of sources have been initiated.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Markus Amann
  • Marek Makowski

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