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Air Pollution: Problems and Solutions. By J. S. Kidd and Renee A. Kidd. This volume from the "Science and Society" series provides an accessible, authoritative view of the history and current state of air pollution. Brings the subject to life by showing students all of the factors that motivate research and by revealing how scientists compete and collaborate with one another. By exploring the connections between science and society, especially in controversial areas, the book illustrates both how society supports science and how science in return supports society. Includes dozens of black-and-white photographs and line illustrations, an index and glossary, lists of websites, and suggestions for further reading. More...

Air Pollution Control. By C. David Cooper and F. C. Alley. Presents detailed information about air pollution, including its causes, sources, effects, and regulation. It also discusses the economic analysis necessary for its efficient and effective control. Written for engineers from a variety of disciplines, this text offers numerous diagrams, examples, and end-of-chapter problems emphasizing key concepts and design techniques. It also provides formal design training for engineering students. More...

Fundamentals of Air Pollution. By Daniel Vallero. A widely used textbook in the environmental science and engineering community, updated to include numerous MACTs (maximum achievable control technologies), such as secondary lead (Pb) smelting, petroleum refining, aerospace manufacturing, marine vessel loading, ship building, printing and publishing, elastomer production, offsite waste operations, and polyethylene terephthalate polymer and styrene-based thermoplastic polymers production. As Kindle | More...

Gasp!: The Swift and Terrible Beauty of Air. By Joe Sherman. Traces the evolution of air as a focus for science and as a concept in culture through short biographies of obscure geniuses and modern-day wonders alike. He tells the story of sixteenth-century homeopath Paracelus, who introduced the idea that illnesses could be airborne, and the famous cyclist Lance Armstrong, whose aerobic capacity differs dramatically from Sherman's own. Sherman blends the history and myths of air, together with its environmental and physiological effects, into a rich and sometimes troubling account. More... | Joe Sherman EcoSpeakers Info >>

Kaleidoscope Sky. By Tim Herd. A magical, illustrated tour of nature's wondrous, almost supernatural skyscapes, Kaleidoscope Sky reveals both the beauty of and the science behind Earth's rarest, most unusual celestial phenomena. More...

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