Emmissions Information Tables (description of tables)
- Table 1:Wood Smoke Emissions as pdf
- Table 2: Wood Smoke Emissions Comparisons With Other Toxic Sources (as pdf)
- Table 3: Wood Smoke Pollutant Health Effects and (as pdf)
- Table 4: Wood Smoke Pollutants Cited as Toxic In U.S. Law (as pdf)
- References for Wood Smoke Tables 1-4 (as pdf)
- Comparisons Handout of Wood Smoke and Tobacco Smoke Chemicals (as pdf)
- Larson and Konig Table 2 published in Annual Review of Public Health "Summary of measured wood burning effects on airborne particle concentrations" and as (72KB PDF)
Chart: Comparing Particle Emissions from Traffic, Cigarettes and Heating
Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH) Comparisons Coal and Wood
Abstract for 1994 Aerosol Conference
Effect of a Single Burner
Average of Los Altos PM 2.5 pollution by time of day and day of week showing business versus personal choice pollution.
One Week of Monitoring in Los Altos, CA
Particulate Sources of PM10 and PM-2.5 in the San Francisco Bay area. This material was supplied by Dr. Wayne Ott (1998).
Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon (PAH) Concentrations in the San Francisco Bay area. This material was supplied by Dr. Wayne Ott (1998).
California Air Resources Board (CA ARB) PM10 Emissions Trends and Forcasts:1999, 2001
California Air Resources Board (CA ARB) PM10 Emissions Trends and Forcasts 2010
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