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book reviews hook reviews certainties in monitoring data. Little or no discussion is pro- Ai r Monitoring Survey Design. By Kenneth E. Noll and vided about the problems of measuring SO , a gas causing Terry L. Miller. Ann Arbor Publishers, Inc., 1977, Ann a conditions that require great care when sampling and for Arbor, Mich. 300 pages. $22.50. Hardbound. instrument maintenance. The limitations of aerosol particle Thi s new book is a rather unusual one that attempts to samplers in sampling characteristics for a given filter substrate provide a systematic framework for a practice that is gen- are also not reviewed. The "traditional" concern for the in- erally considered an art. Until a year or two ago, few people terrelationship between different kinds of aerosol particle had any experience in the siting and establishment of air samplers is not covered. The importance of calibration and monitoring surveys and networks. Even today, only a few definition of accuracy and data uncertainties is treated in a organizations outside the government agencies have a repu- noncritical manner. In addition, it is surprising to find a tation for undertaking such work on a large scale (e.g., discussion of air pollution meteorology with little or http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Publisher
American Meteorological Society
Copyright
Copyright © American Meteorological Society
ISSN
1520-0477
eISSN
1520-0477
DOI
10.1175/1520-0477-59.2.178
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Abstract

hook reviews certainties in monitoring data. Little or no discussion is pro- Ai r Monitoring Survey Design. By Kenneth E. Noll and vided about the problems of measuring SO , a gas causing Terry L. Miller. Ann Arbor Publishers, Inc., 1977, Ann a conditions that require great care when sampling and for Arbor, Mich. 300 pages. $22.50. Hardbound. instrument maintenance. The limitations of aerosol particle Thi s new book is a rather unusual one that attempts to samplers in sampling characteristics for a given filter substrate provide a systematic framework for a practice that is gen- are also not reviewed. The "traditional" concern for the in- erally considered an art. Until a year or two ago, few people terrelationship between different kinds of aerosol particle had any experience in the siting and establishment of air samplers is not covered. The importance of calibration and monitoring surveys and networks. Even today, only a few definition of accuracy and data uncertainties is treated in a organizations outside the government agencies have a repu- noncritical manner. In addition, it is surprising to find a tation for undertaking such work on a large scale (e.g., discussion of air pollution meteorology with little or

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Feb 1, 1978

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