Clearing the Air: The Real Story of the War on Air Pollution

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List of Figures
Figure 1-1 U.S. Energy Consumption, 1850-199512
Figure 1-2 Pittsburgh: Dustfall and Total Suspended Particulate Concentrations, 1912-7719
Figure 1-3 Growth of Municipal, County, and State Air Pollution Programs, 1880-198022
Figure 1-4 Dust Collection Efficiencies, 1900-7023
Figure 1-5 Los Angeles: Trends in Ozone, 1956-7228
Figure 1-6 New York: Ambient SO2 Concentrations, 1963-7232
Figure 1-7 Trends in Dustfall in Various Urban Areas, 1920s-60s 32
Figure 2-1 Indoor Air Quality, 1940-9045
Figure 3-1 TSP and PM-10 Mean Annual Average, 1957-9753
Figure 3-2 Ambient SO2 Concentrations Mean Annual Average, 1962-9757
Figure 3-3 Ambient CO Concentrations, 1963-9759
Figure 3-4 Ambient Ozone, 1974-97, Average of Second High Daily Maximum Value 61
Figure 3-5 Ambient NO2, 1974-97, Annual Average Concentrations (in ppm) 63
Figure 3-6 Ambient Lead Concentration, 1975-9764
Figure 4-1 SO2, VOC, and NOx Emissions, with Population (P), GNP per Capita (A), and GNP (P × A), 1900-9770
Figure 4-2 CO and PM-10 Emissions, with Population (P), GNP per Capita (A), and GNP (P × A), 1940-9771
Figure 4-3 Sulfur Dioxide, 1900-97: Emissions, Emissions per GNP, and Emissions per Capita 75
Figure 4-4 Volatile Organic Compounds, 1900-97: Emissions, Emissions per GNP, and Emissions per Capita 79
Figure 4-5 Nitrogen Oxides, 1900-97: Emissions, Emissions per GNP, and Emissions per Capita 81
Figure 4-6 PM-10, 1940-97: Emissions, Emissions per GNP, and Emissions per Capita 82
Figure 4-7 Carbon Monoxide, 1940-97: Emissions, Emissions per GNP, and Emissions per Capita 84

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