Michael Gilrane, New York University. This paper identifies the achievement impact of installing air filters in classrooms for the first time.
The Mobile ObserVations of Ultrafine Particles (MOV-UP) study was a two-year project funded by the State of Washington to study air quality impacts of air traffic for communities located near and below the flight paths of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The University of Washington research team that led the study coordinated with local governments and solicited
Puget Sound Regional Council Regional Aviation Baseline Study
From the Part 150 Study (2013) by Landrum & Brown
In this study, we modeled concentrations of ﬁne particulate matter(PM2.5) and ozone(O3) attributable to precursor emissions from individual airports in the United States, developing airport-speciﬁc health damage functions (deaths per 1000 tof precursor emissions) and physically-interpretable regression models to explain variability in these functions.
Sea-Tac Airport Air Quality Criteria Pollutant Emissions Inventory Task 2.8 The emissions inventory was developed for Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (the Airport) sources using the FAA’s EDMS Version 22.214.171.124. The purpose of the inventory was to identify existing conditions emissions of criteria pollutants as part of the Sustainable Airport Master Plan (SAMP) and to serve as
Partnership for AiR Transportation Noise And Emissions Reduction Project 15 Final ReportGayle Ratliff, Christopher Sequeira, and Ian Waitz Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts Melissa Ohsfeldt and Theodore Thrasher CSSI Inc, Washington DC Michael Graham and Terence Thompson Metron Aviation, Herndon, Virginia This report documents the findings of a study undertaken to identify: The impact
The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency conducted this screening study to identify chemicals and emission sources that pose the greatest potential health risks to citizens in the Puget Sound region. We also hope to better characterize the potential health risks to our three million residents from a group of air contaminants referred to as air