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protocol for the development of national ambient air quality objectives

Federal-Provincial Working Group on Air Quality Objectives and Guidelines.

protocol for the development of national ambient air quality objectives

part 1 : science assessment document and derivation of the reference level(s)

by Federal-Provincial Working Group on Air Quality Objectives and Guidelines.

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Published by Environment Canada in Ottawa, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Air quality management -- Canada.,
  • Air -- Pollution -- Canada.,
  • Air -- Pollution -- Health aspects -- Canada.,
  • Environmental risk assessment -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesScience assessment document and derivation of the reference level(s).
    Statementa report by the Federal-Provincial Working Group on Air Quality Objectives and Guidelines.
    ContributionsCanada. Environment Canada., Canada. Health Canada.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 49 p.
    Number of Pages49
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20692744M
    ISBN 100662256379


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The science assessment process concludes with determination of one or more Reference Levels for the pollutant of concern, through appropriate analyses of the scientific data, as described in A Protocol for the Development of National Ambient Air Quality Objectives: Part 1: Science Assessment Document and Derivation of the Reference Level(s).

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Pillay 6. Dust Monitoring – M. Josipovic and O. Matshediso 7. Alternative Air Quality Monitoring Methods –. The first Canadian National Ambient Air Quality Objectives were developed in the mids.

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DEVELOPING AMBIENT AIR QUALITY OBJECTIVES FOR CANADA 1 Introduction Purpose of Advisory Note This Advisory Noterepresents the second portion of a broader set of advice presented to the government by the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy (NRTEE) pertaining to the development of long-term climate change and clean air strategies for Canada Ambient air quality monitoring process 1/1 Hierarchy of quality system development 1/7 Ambient Air Quality Monitoring QA Program 1/8 Example Quality Bulletin 1/11 Program organization and lines of communication 2/1 Relationship of monitored pollutants to site, monitoring organizations andFile Size: 4MB.

Summarizes the ambient air quality objectives and guidelines that are currently in effect in Alberta. Updated.

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Ambient Air Monitoring Protocol for PM and Ozone vi EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Ambient Air Monitoring Protocol for the Canada-wide Standards (CWS) for PM and Ozone (Monitoring Protocol) should be read in the context of at least two other documents: the Guidance Document on Achievement Determination (GDAD), and the Guidance Document on Keeping Clean Areas Clean and Continuous.

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