this book to determine progress over the past ten Air Pollutants and Their Effects on the Terrestrial years. Ecosystem. Advances in Environmental Sci- The age of the work does not take away from its ence and Technology, Volume 18. A. H. Legge value as an overview on ecological effects. For ex- and S. V. Krupa, Eds. 1986.662 pp. $105.00. hard- ample, Part 1 deals with policy, and discusses general bound. John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 0-471-08312-7. issues in regulation in the U.S. and Canada, while in- corporating comments on the role of litigation and The air quality research community is coming off a uncertainties particularly in biomonitoring. The au- long session dealing with the causes and effects of thors point out that such an eye on uncertainty helps acid deposition through the National Acid Precipita- in understanding the danger of regulatory require- tion Assessment Program (NAPAP). In regrouping to ments that are without substance. Their encourage- continue in other subject areas, it is helpful to review, ment of cost benefit/risk studies and studies of the in a systematic way, the relationship of pollutants to linkages to effects/sinks acknowledge that some air our earth. A useful tool in this reappraisal
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