Aerosol & Spirometric Measurements: Impact of crop residue burning
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BeschreibungThe book compiles the effect of Agriculture Crop Residue Burning (ACRB) on the ambient air by measuring the concentration levels of different size particulate matter of size less than 2.5 and 10 µm (PM2.5 and PM10) etc. and on respiratory system of human health by measuring their Pulmonary Function Tests (PFTs). First and second chapter include brief introduction and literature review of the work done in the area of exposure studies and its impact on human health. Third chapter comprises of methodology adopted to study the exposure of PM on healthy human subjects due to ACRB, which includes different techniques, methods and instrumentation along with the selection of subjects and sites, etc. Forth chapter compiles the results and discussion part. In the Fifth chapter, Field Crop Residue Burning and Pulmonary Function Model (FCRBPFM) is designed, developed and tested to predict the value of PFTs. In the final chapter, conclusion and future perspective are mentioned. Proposed methodology in this book can be further used in other type of exposures studies with proper sampling Plan and Strategies & develop a model that could be used as an effective tool for risk assessment.
PortraitDr Amit Awasthi (MSc Physics, 2006; PhD Atmospheric Science, 2011) is an academician cum researcher. He worked at NPL India in area of Climate change & Inst. of Environmental Engg., NCTU Taiwan as Post-Doctoral fellow in area of Aerosol Tech. & Measurement. He is part of various International & National Projects & published several research papers.
Untertitel: Size & Mass distribution of RSPM; its impact on respiratory parameters of healthy subjects due to crop residue burning. Paperback. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2015
Seitenanzahl: 184 Seiten