Best Books – Air Quality Management

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We have compiled a list of Best Books on Air Quality Management Subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges.

Here is the full list of best reference books on Air Quality Management.

We have put a lot of effort into researching the best books for reference on this subject and came out with a recommended list of best books. The table below contains a review of these books and links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

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1. “Air Quality Management” by Eric Taylor and Ann McMillan

“Air Quality Management” Book Review: This book explains the issues of managing air quality in Canada. It also discusses the problems which have caused impacts to ecosystems or human health. This book mentions Canada’s national governance and federal government. Provincial and territorial governments have caused an air quality management process. The book shows how Canadians manage their air quality as compared to the US.

2. “Urban Air Quality ― Recent Advances: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Urban Air Quality” by Ranjeet S Sokhi and John G Bartzis

“Urban Air Quality ― Recent Advances: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Urban Air Quality” Book Review: This book introduces hypothesis formation, experimental design and actual research under experimental conditions with the best available equipment. There are many environmental health problems because of contaminated water, pollution, waste and sewage treatment. Infectious diseases in humans, animals and plants, population growth, deforestation, floods and crop production are all highlighted in this book. The book deals with processes on how to conduct priority research.

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3. “Urban Air Quality: Measurement, Modelling and Management: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Urban Air Quality” by Ranjeet S Sokhi and Roberto San Jose

“Urban Air Quality: Measurement, Modelling and Management: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Urban Air Quality” Book Review: This book covers two methods such as SATURN and TRAPOS methods. It explains about the studying atmospheric pollution in urban areas and optimisation of modelling methods for traffic pollution in streets. Modelling and management of urban air quality has been developed to a great level.

4. “Air Quality Integrated Assessment: A European Perspective (SpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology)” by Giorgio Guariso and Marialuisa Volta

“Air Quality Integrated Assessment: A European Perspective (SpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology)” Book Review: This book tells about a survey conducted in Europe within the framework of the APPRAISAL FP7 project. It develops air quality plans. This book covers how the survey sheds on emission abatement policies. It mentions the regional and local scales, their trade-offs implemented at the national scale. The book discusses modelling technologies for emission reduction measures and its impact on health. Case studies with assessments are included in the book. This book will prove useful for the people interested in the integrated assessment with the sources, effects and control of air pollution.

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5. “Air Quality in Urban Environments: 28 (Issues in Environmental Science and Technology)” by Ole Hertel and Jennifer Salmond

“Air Quality in Urban Environments: 28 (Issues in Environmental Science and Technology)” Book Review: This book reflects current interests. It covers the important reviews of the recent literature. This book mentions the growing interest of organometallic chemistry. The book also includes answers to problems in synthetic organic chemistry. Topics like heterocyclic carbene compounds, coinage metals and paddlewheel compounds are present in this book.

6. “Air Quality Management” by R Barratt

“Air Quality Management” Book Review: This book shows how activists have distorted the record of air pollution and how levels, trends, and prospects in metropolitan areas have come up. The book presents air pollution issues, inflated accounts of pollution related health risks and negative effects of emission inventories on policy choices. The book also explains how current air pollution is downplaying and being a part of misleading reports. This book acts as a guide for scholars, journalists and policymakers regarding information on air pollution.

7. “Combustion Efficiency and Air Quality” by Istvan Hargittai and T Vidóczy

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“Combustion Efficiency and Air Quality” Book Review: This book covers topics on physical, structural and analytical chemistry of fuel combustion. This book explains how air quality can be improved. It provides the issue of combustion efficiency. This book contains different illustrations. It acts as a guide for researchers and students in the field of chemistry.

8. “Air Quality Management: 7 (Advances in Air Pollution)” by James W S Longhurst and Derek M Elsom

“Air Quality Management: 7 (Advances in Air Pollution)” Book Review: This book introduces the development and applications of the air quality management process from a European, North American and Australian point of view. There are many contemporary approaches mentioned in the book. It provides a critical view of practice and essential pointers of air quality regimes.

9. “Air Quality Management (Issues in Environmental Science and Technology)” by Cairns

“Air Quality Management (Issues in Environmental Science and Technology)” Book Review: This book covers air quality management issues. Different chapters on improving air quality in the UK, construction of emissions inventories and the design of air monitoring networks are provided in this book. Air pollution modules and source receptor modelling are described in the book. This book mentions use of geochemical or biological tolerances and case studies on European auto oil. This text covers the references of pollution control in California and its measures. This book acts as a guide for students, industrialists, consultants and government agencies in this field.

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10. “Hotel Air Quality Management: An Action Guide for Managers and Engineers” by R A Riedel
11. “Guideline Series: Guidance for Air Quality Monitoring Network Design and Instrument Siting” by U S Environmental Protection Agency

“Guideline Series: Guidance for Air Quality Monitoring Network Design and Instrument Siting” Book Review: THis book summarizes U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). It explains protecting human health and the environment. It describes the regulations based on laws passed by Congress. It helps us understand the problems with enforcing laws. This book describes new tactics to use to solve these issues. It explains bicycling for a Better Environment and Health Effects of Increasing Sulfur Oxides Emissions Draft. It deals with Women and Environmental Health.

12. “Air Quality: Monitoring, Measuring, and Modeling Environmental Hazards” by Marco Ragazzi

“Air Quality: Monitoring, Measuring, and Modeling Environmental Hazards” Book Review: This book summarizes the public health and the environment. It explains the monitoring and measuring. It describes modeling air quality pollution in conjunction. It also deals with protecting and improving air quality. It also gives the types and levels of pollutants. It also explains measurement and monitoring capabilities.

People who are searching for Free downloads of books and free pdf copies of these books – “Air Quality Management” by Eric Taylor and Ann McMillan, “Urban Air Quality ― Recent Advances: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Urban Air Quality” by Ranjeet S Sokhi and John G Bartzis, “Urban Air Quality: Measurement, Modelling and Management: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Urban Air Quality” by Ranjeet S Sokhi and Roberto San Jose, “Air Quality Integrated Assessment: A European Perspective (SpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology)” by Giorgio Guariso and Marialuisa Volta, “Air Quality in Urban Environments: 28 (Issues in Environmental Science and Technology)” by Ole Hertel and Jennifer Salmond, “Air Quality Management” by R Barratt, “Combustion Efficiency and Air Quality” by Istvan Hargittai and T Vidóczy, “Air Quality Management: 7 (Advances in Air Pollution)” by James W S Longhurst and Derek M Elsom, “Air Quality Management (Issues in Environmental Science and Technology)” by Cairns, “Hotel Air Quality Management: An Action Guide for Managers and Engineers” by R A Riedel – we would like to mention that we don’t have free downloadable pdf copies of these good books and one should look for free pdf copies from these Authors only if they have explicitly made it free to download and read them.

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