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These are benchmarks of acceptability against which the monitoring data may be judged. They can serve as long-term objectives which control strategies are designed to meet or, as in the case of European Limit Values, can provide firm legislative ceilings which, if exceeded, can result in legal action and the requirement for immediate remedial measures. (c) Control policy design and implementation. If air quality standards represent the desired endpoint, then this is the means of achieving it. Normally some form of numerical model is used to determine the most cost-effective means of reducing emissions so as to meet air quality standards, and subsequently legal controls are applied which are designed to bring about the necessary D.
G. symptoms, inhaler use), usually in panels of subjects perceived to be at risk 3. e. routinely collected data) 4. From studies of mortality 1 job:LAY01 21-9-1998 page:2 colour:1 black–text J. G. Ayres Chamber studies enable the effects of individual pollutants to be studied alone or in combination with other pollutants on volunteers under strictly controlled conditions. The chief advantage of this type of study is that accurate doses can be delivered and the effects of selected co-factors assessed.
Peden, B. Boehlecke, D. , J. Allergy Clin. , 1997, 100, 802. P. L. Kinney, J. H. Ware, J. D. , Am. Rev. Respir. , 1989, 139, 56. job:LAY01 21-9-1998 page:19 colour:1 black–text Health Effects of Gaseous Air Pollutants Figure 4 Distribution of changes in FVC (mL ppb\ ozone change) in children limited. As far as symptoms are concerned, some studies have demonstrated more marked changes in symptoms than in lung function, some showing a dose—response relationship. Hospital Admissions The first indication that ozone might have an impact on hospital admissions came from studies in Canada, where it was more the acidic component of the summer pollutants that appeared to be correlated to hospital admissions for asthma rather than ozone itself.