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Review of air quality criteria for the assessment of near-field impacts of road transport
D. J. Ball
by Transport and Road Research Laboratory, Department of Transport in Crowthorne
Written in English
The work reported herein was carried out under a contract placed on theUniversity of East Anglia by the Transport and Road Research Laboratory.
|Statement||D. J. Ball, P. Brimblecombe and F.M. Nicholas.|
|Series||Contractor report -- 240|
|Contributions||Brimblecombe, Peter, 1949-, Nicholas, F. J., Transport and Road Research Laboratory., University of East Anglia.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||135|
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