The fifth edition of a bestseller, Air Quality provides students with a comprehensive overview of air quality, the science that continues to provide a better understanding of atmospheric chemistry and its effects on public health and the environment, and the regulatory and technological management practices employed in achieving air quality goals.

    Preface 1. Atmosphere 1.1 Chemical Composition 1.2 Physical Phenomena 1.3 Atmospheric Motion 1.4 Evolution of the Atmosphere2. Atmospheric Pollution and Pollutants 2.1 Natural Air Pollution 2.2 Anthropogenic Air Pollution 2.3 Gas-Phase Pollutants 2.4 Atmospheric Particles 3. Atmospheric Dispersion, Transport, and Deposition 3.1 Dispersion and Transport 3.2 Atmospheric Removal and Deposition Processes 4. Atmospheric Effects 4.1 Visibility 4.2 Turbidity 4.3 Thermal Air Pollution 4.4 Effects on Precipitation and Precipitation Processes 4.5 Atmospheric Deposition Deposition of Pesticides, PCBs, Dioxins, and Furans 4.6 Stratospheric Ozone Depletion 4.7 Global Warming 5. Health Effects 5.1 Air Pollution Episodes 5.2 Pollutant Exposures and Cause–Effect Relationships 5.3 Effect of Pollutants on the Human Body 5.4 Health Effects of Regulated Air Pollutants 5.5 Personal Air Pollution 5.6 Risk Assessment and Management 6. Welfare Effects 6.1 Effects on Agricultural Crops, Ornamental Plants, and Trees 6.2 Effects on Domesticated Animals 6.3 Ecological Effects 6.4 Effects on Materials 6.5 Odor Pollution 7. Air Quality and Emissions Assessment 7.1 Air Quality Monitoring 7.2 Emissions Assessment 7.3 Air Quality Modeling 8. Regulation and Public Policy 8.1 Nonregulatory Legal Remedies 8.2 Regulatory Strategies and Tactics 8.3 Federal Legislative History 8.4 Air Pollution Control under the 1970, 1977, and 1990 CAA Amendments 8.5 State and Local Air Pollution Control Functions 8.6 Public Policy Issues 9. Control of Motor Vehicle Emissions 9.2 Automotive Fuels 9.3 Low Emission and Zero Emission Vehicles 10. Control of Emissions from Stationary Sources 10.1 Control Practices 10.2 Gas Cleaning Technology 10.3 Control of Particulate-Phase Pollutants10.4 Control of Gas-Phase Pollutants 11. Indoor Air Quality 11.1 Personal, Indoor, and Outdoor Pollutant Relationships 11.2 Indoor Air Quality Concerns 11.3 Major Indoor Pollutants 11.4 Problem Buildings 11.5 Investigating Indoor Air Quality Problems 11.6 Measurement of Indoor Contaminants 11.7 Prevention and Control Measures11.8 Indoor Air Quality and Public Policy 12. Environmental Noise 12.1 Sound and Its Measurement 12.2 Sound Exposure Descriptors 12.3 Loudness 12.4 Effects of Environmental Noise Exposure 12.5 Nonregulatory and Regulatory Control Approaches 12.6 Control Measures

    Biography

    Wayne T. Davis is currently the dean of engineering at the University of Tennessee Knoxville (UTK). He served as associate dean for Research and Technology in the college from 2003 to 2008. He is also a professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering. He earned his AB in physics from Pfeiffer University (1969), MS in physics from Clemson (1971), and MS in environmental engineering and PhD in civil engineering from UTK (1973 and 1975, respectively). He has conducted research and teaching in the area of air quality management and pollution control for more than 42 years at UTK, and is the author/coauthor/editor of numerous research publications including the Air Pollution Control Engineering Manual (published by John Wiley Publishers) and the graduate textbook Air Pollution: Its Origin and Control (published by Elsevier). He has been involved in numerous projects funded by the U.S. EPA, DOE, ORNL, NSF, DOT, and various state agencies and industrial companies, particularly as related to the monitoring and control of sulfur dioxide, ozone/precursors, and particulate matter. He is a recipient of the Lyman Ripperton Outstanding Professor Award presented by the International Air and Waste Management Association (AWMA), where he is a fellow member; he also received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Institute of Professional and Environmental Practice (Pittsburgh, PA) in 2007. Dr. Davis served as chair of the Knox County Air Pollution Control Board for more than 22 years and currently serves on the State of Tennessee's Air Pollution Control Board.

    Joshua S. Fu is a professor at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Tennessee Knoxville (UTK). He was a scientific applications analyst and software engineer at Lockheed Martin/EPA before he moved to UTK in 2000. He earned his BS in environmental engineering from National Cheng Kung University (1986), MS in environmental engineering and water resourc