United States       Office of Research        EPA-600/9-80-027
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planned to foster technology transfer and a maximum interface in related fields.
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    2. Environmental Protection Technology

    3. Ecological Research

    4. Environmental Monitoring

    5. Socioeconomic Environmental Studies

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    7. Interagency Energy-Environment Research and Development

    8. "Special" Reports

    9. Miscellaneous Reports
This report has been assigned to the MISCELLANEOUS REPORTS series. This
series is reserved for reports whose content does not fit into one of the other specific
series. Conference proceedings, annual reports, and bibliographies are examples
of miscellaneous reports.
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This report has been reviewed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and
approved for publication. Approval does not signify that the contents necessarily
reflect the views and policy of the Agency, nor does mention of trade names or
commercial products constitute endorsement or recommendation for use.

This document is available to the public through the National Technical Information
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                                EPA-600/9-80-027

                                        May 1980
        Publications Bibliography
               1971 - 1979
Environmental  Research Center   RTP
            U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
              Office of Research and Development
            Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711

                    May 1980

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                                   CONTENTS




Stop Words	iv




Preface	v




Key Word-ln-Context Index	1




Author Index	251




Publication Citations	'	363




Technical Report Data	429

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                            STOP WORDS
ABOUT
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                                      PREFACE

This publication lists  the  published  articles by the staff  of the Environmental  Protection
Agency's Environmental Research Center, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.  EPA con-
ducts its research program through the Office of  Research and Development which, in turn
maintains 15 research  Laboratories throughout the United States.  Four of these Laboratories
comprise the Environmental Research  Center -  Research Triangle Park, North Carolina:

               - Health Effects Research Laboratory                (HER)
                Environmental Sciences Research Laboratory         (ESR)
                Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory      (EMS)
                Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory        (IER)

This Bibliography is inclusive for the  period January 1971 through December  1980, although
some citations predating EPA's creation (December, 1970)  are included.  The Bibliography
consists of 3 sections:

    KWIC Index                             (Key Word-ln-Context) -Alphabetical
                                           listing Qf titles by principal (Key) words
                                           in the title.

    Author Index                           Alphabetical  listing of titles by author.

    Publication Citations                     Listing of complete citations by citation
                                           code number.

Each title in the KWIC and Author Indices contains an  individual citation code number (e.g.,
EMS 71-00002).  These numbers are  listed alphabetically and numerically in the Publication
Citations section along with the complete citation. The letter portion of the code number
refers to the  Laboratory in which the article originated. These letter designations and their
respective Laboratories are indicated  above.   The two digits following the three letters indi-
cate the year of publication,  (e.g., EMS 71-00002).  Code numbers followed  by  an asterisk
(e.g., IER 72-01505*) indicate special ordering information (see below).  In the Author Index
code numbers followed by a + (e.g., EMS 71-000023+) indicate that the author is the primary
author for the citation.

STOP WORDS

A listing of STOP WORDS for the Bibliography appears on page iv.  The STOP WORD List is
composed of common words that have been "stopped"  (omitted) so that they will  not appear
as Key words.  For  example, the word "Atmosphere" is stopped and will not be found in the
index as a Key word. "Atmospheres" and "Atmospheric", however, are Key words.

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ORDERING  INFORMATION

Copies of articles published in the open literature may be obtained from local libraries, publish-
ers and authors,

NTIS  Requests for citations containing the term NTIS should be addressed to:

              National Technical  Information Service
              U.S. Department of Commerce
              5285 Port Royal Road
              Springfield, Virginia 22161

NTIS sells paper copies and microfiche at various prices. Information on how payment can be
made and other ordering information can  be obtained by calling 703-557-4650. Orders may be
placed directly through that number also.

GPO  Requests for citations containing the term GPO should be addressed to:

              Superintendent of Documents
              U.S. Government Printing Office
              Washington, D.C. 20402
              Telephone No.:  (202) 783-3238

GPO sells paper copies at various prices; GPO does not sell microfiche.  Payment must accom-
pany all orders to GPO.

Authors  Requests to  authors (for those citation codes containing an *) will be honored  as
long as supply lasts.  Such requests should be addressed to the author in care of his Laboratory.
In most cases, requests  for reports  in the open literature will  be better filled by the sources
suggested above.

     Comments on this Bibliography, its usefulness and format are welcome.
                                            in K. Burchard
                                         Senior ORD Official,
                                         Research Triangle Park, N.C.
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                                      AUTHOR INDEX
Abbott, JH
  PERFORMANCE  OF   PARTICULATE
CONTROL DEVICES  ON  STATIONARY
SOURCES.
                         IER74-02066* +
  CONTROL   OF  FINE   PARTICULATE
EMISSIONS     FROM     STATIONARY
SOURCES.
                          IER76-02112 +
  CONTROL   OF  FINE   PARTICULATE
EMISSIONS     FROM     STATIONARY
SOURCES.
                          IER76-02113 +
  CONTROL   OF  FINE   PARTICULATE
EMISSIONS.
                          IER76-02171 +
  CONTROL   OF  FINE   PARTICULATE
EMISSIONS     FROM     STATIONARY
SOURCES.
                          IER77-02174 +
  EPA  PROGRAM  FOR   CONTROL  OF
FINE  PARTICULATE  EMISSIONS FROM
STATIONARY SOURCES.
                          IER77-02175 +
  CONTROL  OF PARTICULATES FROM
COMBUSTION.
                           IER78-02261
  THEORETICAL STUDY OF  PARTICLE
CHARGING BY  UNIPOLAR IONS.
                           IER78-02262
  CHARACTERIZATION  AND  GENERA-
TION OF METAL AEROSOLS.
                           IER78-02292

Abernethy, DR
  TOXIC   EFFECTS   OF   SELECTED
METALLIC  SALTS  ON   STRAIN  WI-38
HUMAN LUNG  FIBROBLASTS.
                          HER75-01613
  TOXICITY  OF PLATINUM (IV) SALTS
FOR CELLS  OF PULMONARY  ORIGIN.
                          HER75-01699

Abou-Donia, MB
  BIOCHEMICAL      INDICES      OF
NITROGEN DIOXIDE  INTOXICATION OF
GUINEA   PIGS   FOLLOWING   LOW
LEVEL - LONG TERM EXPOSURE.
                          HER77-01857

Adalis, D
  TOXIC  EFFECTS  OF  CADMIUM  ON
CILIARY    ACTIVITY    USING    A
TRACHEAL RING MODEL SYSTEM.
                         HER77-01795 +
  CYTOTOXIC EFFECTS  OF NICKEL ON
CILIATED EPITHELIUM.
                         HER78-01891 +

Adams, B
  SULFURIC ACID  AND  STREPTOCOCCI
CLEARANCE   FROM    RESPIRATORY
TRACTS OF  MICE.
                          HER75-01674
Adams, J
  METABOLIC ASPECTS OF METHYL-
CYCLOPENTADIENYL     MANGANESE
TRICARBONYL IN RATS.
                           HER74-01588

Ajax, RL
  EFFECTS  OF  AIR  POLLUTION  ON
THE FADING OF DYED  FABRICS.
                         ESR67-00427 +
  NON-PESTICIDAL   AIR   POLLUTION
FROM AGRICULTURAL PROCESSES.
                         HER76-01765 +

Akazaki, K
  CHLORINATED        HYDROCARBON
PESTICIDES  AND   RELATED   COM-
POUNDS   IN ADIPOSE  TISSUE  FROM
PEOPLE OF JAPAN.
                           HER73-01444

Akland, GG
  DESIGN OF SAMPLING SCHEDULES.
                         EMS72-00016+
  REPRODUCIBILITY OF  THE   HI-VOL
SAMPLING  METHOD   UNDER   FIELD
CONDITIONS.
                           EMS72-00026
  RELATIONSHIP   BETWEEN   VIABLE
BACTERIA AND AIR  POLLUTANTS  IN
AN URBAN ATMOSPHERE.
                           EMS73-00033
  PROCEDURE     FOR
AEROMETRIC DATA.
                           HANDLING

                           EMS73-00034
  ANALYSIS  AND  PRESENTATION OF
AIR  QUALITY DATA  FROM THE  WHO
COLLABORATIVE   AIR   MONITORING
NETWORKS.
                         EMS74-00045 +
  COMMENTS  ON  THE  APPLICABILITY
OF TWO  METHODS FOR DESCRIBING
AEROMETRIC BEHAVIOR.
                         EMS74-00046+
  DEVELOPING  A  DATA  HANDLING
SYSTEM     FOR     STORAGE     AND
RETRIEVAL  OF   DATA   RESULTING
FROM  THE WHO  AND WMO GLOBAL
MONITORING NETWORKS.
                         EMS74-00047 +
  ESTIMATES OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH
BENEFITS  AND  RISKS  ATTRIBUTABLE
TO EQUIPPING  LIGHT DUTY  MOTOR
VEHICLES      WITH       OXIDATION
CATALYSTS.
                           EMS74-00050
  THE  DISTRIBUTION AND TRANSPORT
OF AIRBORNE  PARTICULATE MATTER
AND   INORGANIC  COMPONENTS  IN
GREAT BRITAIN.
                           EMS74-00051
  COMPARISON  OF   METHODS   FOR
DETERMINATION OF  NITROGEN  DIOX-
IDE IN AMBIENT AIR.
                           EMS75-00057
  HEALTH  EFFECTS  OF  INCREASING
SULFUR OXIDES EMISSIONS.
                           EMS75-00063
  ENVIRONMENTAL      PROTECTION
AGENCY  QUALITY  ASSURANCE  PER-
FORMANCE SURVEYS.
                           EMS76-00068
  AIR  QUALITY  DATA  FOR METALS
1970 THROUGH  1974 FROM THE  NA-
TIONAL   AIR  SURVEILLANCE   NET-
WORK.
                         EMS76-00070+
  AIR  QUALITY   DATA  FOR  NON-
METALLIC  INORGANIC  IONS  1971-1974
FROM NASN.
                         EMS77-00091 +
  ELECTRICITY DEMAND: PROJECT IN-
DEPENDENCE AND THE  CLEAN  AIR
ACT.
                           ESR75-00844

Albrinck, D
  HOMOGENIZING  SLUDGE PRODUCES
UNEXPECTED MERCURY RESULTS.
                           EMS79-00121

Albro, PW
  UTILIZATION OF GAS  LIQUID CHRO-
MATOGRAPHY COUPLED WITH CHEMI-
CAL IONIZATION  AND  ELECTRON IM-
PACT MASS SPECTROMETRY FOR THE
INVESTIGATION   OF   POTENTIALLY
HAZARDOUS        ENVIRONMENTAL
AGENTS AND THEIR METABOLITES.
                           HER74-01537

Alexander, LT
  DNA, RNA, AND PROTEIN SYNTHES-
IS  IN  THE BRAIN, LIVER  AND  KID-
NEYS  OF  ASYMPTOMATIC METHYL-
MERCURY TREATED RATS.
                           HER73-01417

Ali, JS
  A MICROWAVE POWER CONTROLLER
FOR A RADIATION BIO-EFFECTS EXPO-
SURE FACILITY.
                         HER72-01321 +
  EFFECTS  OF  NON-IONIZING  ELEC-
TROMAGNETIC RADIATION ON SINGLE
CELL BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS.
                           HER75-01594
  A  VERSATILE TEMPERATURE  CON-
TROLLED  EXPOSURE  CHAMBER  FOR
MICROWAVE BIOEFFECTS RESEARCH.
                         HER75-01595 +
  THE  EFFECT OF MICROWAVES  (2450
MHZ)  IN   ISOLATED   RAT   LIVER
MITOCHONDRIA.
                           HER75-01601
  A  COAXIAL AIR LINE MICROWAVE
EXPOSURE SYSTEM: RESPIRATORY AC-
TIVITY    OF    MITOCHONDRIA    IR-
RADIATED AT 2-4 GHZ.
                           HER76-01775
  INSTRUMENTATION             AND
TECHNIQUES:  A    SELF-CONTAINED,
REGULATED,   BURST-FIRING   CON-
STANT-CURRENT  AC SHOCK GENERA-
TOR.
                         HER77-01884+
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Allis, JW
Allen, DR
  A  MASS  LOADING AND  RADIOAC-
TIVITY ANALYZER FOR ATMOSPHERIC
PARTICIPATES.
                          ESR60-00195

Allis, JW
  DYNAMIC   VISCOELASTIC   PROPER-
TIES OF  SOLUTIONS OF PARAMYOSIN
AND BOVINE SERUM ALBUMIN.
                        HER65-OI141 +
  DYNAMIC  VISCOELASTIC BEHAVIOR
OF DILUTE PARAMYOSIN SOLUTIONS.
                        HER65-OU42+
  SIGNIFICANCE OF THE INITIAL FAST
REACTION  IN THE  ACID DENATURA-
TION OF  FERRIHEMOGLOBINS.
                        HER69-01165 +
  INITAL  FAST  REACTIONS  IN  THE
ACID   DENATURATION   OF   FER-
RIHEMOGLOBIN.
                        HER69-01166 +
  ACID DENATURATION OF  CARBON-
YLHEMOGLOBIN:  PROTEIN  UNFOLD-
ING  WITHOUT HEME DETACHMENT.
                        HER70-01178* +
  LOW   PH   DEPENDENCE   OF   THE
PHENYLALANIE  OF  BSA  EXAMINED
BY  SOLVENT-PERTURBATION   SPEC-
TROSCOPY.
                        HER72-01323 +
  IRRADIATION  OF   BOVINE  SERUM
ALBUMIN WITH A CROSSED-BEAM  EX-
POSURE-DETECTION  SYSTEM.
                        HER75-01596 +
  CROSSED-BEAM   APPARATUS   FOR
SIMULTANEOUS   SPECTROPHOTOMET-
RIC  OBSERVATION  AND  MICROWAVE
EXPOSURE  OF   BIOCHEMICAL  SAM-
PLES.
                        HER75-01661 +
  MEASURE OF  ENZYMATIC  ACTIVITY
COINCIDENT    WITH    2450    MHZ
MICROWAVE EXPOSURE.
                          HER75-01697
  PSEUDOSUBSTRATE   BINDING   TO
RIBONUCLEASE  DURING   EXPOSURE
TO  MICROWAVE  RADIATION  AT  1.70
AND 2.45 GHZ.
                         HER76-01766+
  MEASUREMENT    OF   MICROWAVE
RADIATION   ABSORBED BY   BIOLOGI-
CAL SYSTEMS, I, ANALYSIS  OF HEAT-
ING AND COOLING DATA.
                         HER77-01796 +

Alpert, SM
  EFFECTS  OF EXPOSURE OF OZONE
ON  DEFENSIVE  MECHANISMS OF THE
LUNG.
                         HER71-01277 +
  THE ROLE OF  TOLERANCE IN  PUL-
MONARY DEFENSE MECHANISMS.
                          HER72-01304

Altshuller, AP
  THERMODYNAMIC CONSIDERATIONS
IN THE  INTERACTIONS OF NITROGEN
OXIDES  AND OXY-ACIDS IN  THE  AT-
MOSPHERE.
                         ESR56-00151 +
  THERMODYNAMIC  FUNCTIONS  FOR
NITROGEN  DIOXIDE   AND   NITROUS
ACID
                         ESR57-00153 +
  ELECTRONIC ABSORPTION  SPECTRA
OF  INORGANIC AND  ORGANIC  COM-
POUNDS  OF NITROGEN. I.  NITROGEN
DIOXIDE-DINITROGEN   TETROXIDE IN
SOLUTION.
                         ESR58-00165 +
  ELECTRONIC  ABSORPTION SPECTRA
OF  INORGANIC  AND  ORGANIC  COM-
POUNDS   OF  NITROGEN.  II.  BUTYL
AND AMYL NITRITES.
                         ESR58-00166 +
  NATURAL  SOURCES  OF  GASEOUS
POLLUTANTS IN THE ATfO'SPHERE.
                         ESR58-00168 +
  COLORIMETRIC DETERMINATION OF
ALKYL NITRITES.
                         ESR59-00175 +
  REACTIVITY OF OXIDIZING AGENTS
WITH POTASSIUM IODIDE REAGENT.
                         ESR59-00180+
  SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC  DETERMINA-
TION OF PRIMARY  NITROPARAFFINS
BY    COUPLING    WITH   P-DIAZO-
BENZENE SULFONIC ACID.
                           ESR59-0018I
  WINDOW  MATERIALS  FOR USE  IN
INFRARED   ANALYSES   INVOLVING
NITROGEN DIOXIDE.
                         ESR59-00183 +
  DETERMINATION     OF    PRIMARY
NITRO-PARAFFINS  BY NITROUS  ACID
REACTION.
                           ESR60-00193
  APPLICATION  OF DIFFUSION CELLS
TO   THE  PRODUCTION  OF KNOWN
CONCENTRATIONS     OF    GASEOUS
HYDROCARBONS.
                         ESR60-00199+
  SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC  DETERMINA-
TION OF OLEFINS  IN CONCENTRATED
SULFURIC ACID.
                         ESR60-00200+
  SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC     METHODS
FOR OLEFINS,  COLORIMETRIC DETER-
MINATION      OF     CONJUGATED
DIOLEFINS.
                         ESR60-00201 +
  ULTRAVIOLET DETERMINATION  OF
NITROGEN DIOXIDE AS NITRITE ION.
                         ESR60-00203 +
  ANALYSIS    OF    ALIPHATIC    AL-
DEHYDES  IN   SOURCE   EFFLUENTS
AND IN  THE ATMOSPHERE.
                         ESR61-00208+
  CONCENTRATION   OF   HYDROCAR-
BONS  ON SILICA GEL PRIOR TO GAS
CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS.
                         ESR61-00209+
  DETERMINATION    OF    FORMAL-
DEHYDE IN GAS  MIXTURES BY THE
CHROMOTROPIC ACID METHOD.
                         ESR61-00210+
  DETERMINATION    OF    HIGHER
MOLECULAR WEIGHT ALIPHATIC AL-
DEHYDES AND  KETONES.
                         ESR61-00211 +
  GAS    PHASE    REACTIONS     OF
NITROGEN OXIDES WITH  OLEFINS.
                         ESR61-00212 +
  THE INTERACTION OF  OZONE  WITH
VARIOUS  PLASTIC  AND   METALLIC
MATERIALS  IN A  DYNAMIC   FLOW
SYSTEM.
                         ESR61-00214 +
  A   NEW    SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC
METHOD FOR  THE  DETERMINATION
OF ACROLEIN  IN COMBUSTION GASES
AND IN  THE ATMOSPHERE.
                           ESR61-002I6
  PRESSURE  BROADENING   EFFECTS
ON  INFRARED  PEAK  INTENSITIES  OF
HYDROCARBONS.
                         ESR61-00218+
  SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC DETERMINA-
TION OF CROTONALDEHYDE.
                         ESR61-00219+
  SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC  DETERMINA-
TION OF OLEFINS.
                         ESR61-00220+
  ATMOSPHERIC   EMISSIONS   FROM
PETROLEUM REFINERIES.
                         ESR62-00231 +
  DETECTION  OF  ACROLEIN  IN  AU-
TOMOBILE EXHAUST  IN  IN THE AT-
MOSPHERE.
                         ESR62-00234+
  DETERMINATION   OF   OLEFINS   IN
COMBUSTION  GASES AND IN THE AT-
MOSPHERE.
                         ESR62-00235 +
  DIRECT APPLICATION OF GAS CHRO-
MATOGRAPHY TO ATMOSPHERIC POL-
LUTANTS.
                           ESR62-00236
  GAS CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS
OF  AROMATIC   HYDROCARBONS   AT
ATMOSPHERIC      CONCENTRATIONS
USING  FLAME   IONIZATION  DETEC-
TION.
                         ESR62-00237+
  NEEDS   FOR  NEW  INSTRUMENTA-
TION  FOR  MONITORING   THE  AT-
MOSPHERE FOR ORGANIC GASES AND
VAPORS.
                         ESR62-00238+
  PHOTOCHEMICAL   REACTIONS    OF
HYDROCARBONS WITH SULFUR DIOX-
IDE
                           ESR62-00240
  PHOTOOXIDATION   OF   AROMATIC
HYDROCARBONS.
                         ESR62-00241 +
  SOURCE    AND     ATMOSPHERIC
ANALYSES FOR FORMALDEHYDE   BY
A CHROMOTROPIC ACID PROCEDURE.
                         ESR62-00244+
  STORAGE OF VAPORS AND GASES  IN
PLASTIC BAGS.
                         ESR62-00248+
  VAPOR  PHASE DETERMINATION  OF
OLEFINS    BY    A   COULOMETRIC
METHOD.
                         ESR62-00249+
  AIR POLLUTION.
                         ESR63-00261 +
  ANALYSIS    OF    ORGANIC   SUB-
STANCES  IN  THE  ATMOSPHERE   BY
GAS     CHROMATOGRAPHY     WITH
IONIZATION DETECTORS  IN METHODS
OF  ANALYSIS   OF  POLLUTED   AT-
MOSPHERES IN  THE U. S.
                         ESR63-00262+
  APPLICATION  OF  THE 3-METHYL-2
BENZOTHIAZOLONE      HYDRAZONE
METHOD FOR ATMOSPHERIC  ANALY-
SIS OF ALIPHATIC ALDEHYDES.
                         ESR63-00263 +
  THE EFFECT  OF TEMPERATURE  ON
PHOTOCHEMICAL SMOG REACTIONS.
                           ESR63-00268
  GAS CHROMATOGRAPHIC  ANALYSIS
OF HYDROCARBONS IN THE LOS AN-
GELES ATMOSPHERE.
                         ESR63-00270+
  GAS  CHROMATOGRAPHY  IN  AIR
POLLUTION STUDIES.
                          ESR63-00271 +
  PHOTOOXIDATION   OF  ACROLEIN
AND  ACROLEIN-NITROGEN  DIOXIDE
MIXTURES.
                          ESR63-00274+
  SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC    ANALYSIS
OF ALDEHYDES IN THE LOS ANGELES
ATMOSPHERE.
                          ESR63-00278 +
  STRUCTURAL   EFFECTS   ON   THE
RATE OF NITROGEN DIOXIDE FORMA-
 252

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                                                                                                  Altshuller, AP
TION  IN  THE  PHOTOOXIDATION OF
ORGANIC COMPOUNDS - NITRIC OXIDE
MIXTURES IN AIR.
                         ESR63-00279+
  1,2,3-TRIS         (2-CYANOETHOXY)
PROPANE  AS  A  STATIONARY  PHASE
IN  THE   GAS  CHROMATOGRAPHIC
ANALYSIS OF AROMATIC HYDROCAR-
BONS.
                          ESR63-00280
  ATMOSPHERIC PHOTOOXIDATION OF
THE    ETHYLENE-NITRIC     OXIDE
SYSTEM.
                         ESR64-00291 +
  ATMOSPHERIC  REACTION  STUDIES
RELATED TO AIR POLLUTION.
                         ESR64-00292 +
  EFFECT    OF   HYDROCARBON  TO
NITROGEN  OXIDE   RATIOS   ON  IR-
RADIATED AUTO EXHAUST.
                          ESR64-00297
  METHANE COMPOSITION OF  URBAN
ATMOSPHERES.
                         ESR64-00299 +
  PLANT  DAMAGE   CAUSED  BY IR-
RADIATION OF ALDEHYDES.
                          ESR64-00300
  PLASTIC   CONTAINERS  FOR   SAM-
PLING AND  STORAGE OF ATMOSPHER-
IC  HYDROCARBONS  PRIOR  TO GAS
CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS.
                          ESR64-00301
  REACTIVITY      OF     AROMATIC
HYDROCARBONS  IN IRRADIATED  AU-
TOMOBILE EXHAUST.
                         ESR64-00304 +
  AIR POLLUTION.
                         ESR65-00322 +
  FORMATION  OF   PHOTOCHEMICAL
AEROSOLS.
                          ESR65-00333
  KINETICS      OF      VAPOR-PHASE
HYDROCARBON-OZONE REACTIONS.
                          ESR65-00335
  REACTIVITY   OF   ORGANIC   SUB-
STANCES  IN ATMOSPHERIC  PHOTOOX-
IDATION REACTIONS.
                         ESR65-00337 +
  PHOTOCHEMICAL   ASPECTS  OF  AIR
POLLUTION - A REVIEW.
                         ESR65-00338 +
  AIR POLLUTION AND HEALTH.
                          ESR66-00355
  AIR  POLLUTION:  PHOTOCHEMICAL
ASPECTS.
                         ESR66-00356 +
  CONTINUOUS    MONITORING   OF
METHANE  AND  OTHER HYDROCAR-
BONS IN URBAN ATMOSPHERES.
                         ESR66-00360 +
  AN  EVALUATION  OF  TECHNIQUES
FOR  THE  DETERMINATION  OF THE
PHOTOCHEMICAL REACTIVITY OF OR-
GANIC EMISSIONS.
                         ESR66-00363 +
  PHOTOOXIDATION   OF  PROPIONAL-
DEHYDE AT LOW PARTIAL PRESSURES
OF ALDEHYDE.
                         ESR66-00369 +
  PRODUCTS  WITH  BIOLOGICAL  EF-
FECTS   FROM   IRRADIATION   OF
NITROGEN OXIDES  WITH HYDROCAR-
BONS   OR    ALDEHYDES     UNDER
DYNAMIC  CONDITIONS.
                         ESR66-00371 +
  REACTIVITY   OF   ORGANIC   SUB-
STANCES  IN ATMOSPHERIC  PHOTOOX-
IDATION REACTIONS.
                         ESR66-00373 +
  RESPONSES OF ELECTRON-CAPTURE
DETECTOR  TO  HALOGENATED  SUB-
STANCES.
                          ESR66-00374
  3-METHYL-2-     BENZOTHIAZOLONE
HYDRAZONE   METHOD   FOR   AL-
DEHYDES IN AIR: COLLECTION  EFFI-
CIENCIES AND  MOLAR  ABSORPTIVI-
TIES.
                         ESR66-00377+
  AIR POLLUTION.
                         ESR67-00390+
  ANALYSIS  OF  THE   OXIDANT  IN
PHOTOCHEMICAL REACTIONS.
                          ESR67-00392
  ATMOSPHERIC  ANALYSIS  BY   GAS
CHROMATOGRAPHY.
                         ESR67-00395 +
  ATMOSPHERIC    REACTIONS    OF
PROPIONALDEHYDE IN AIR MIXTURES.
                         ESR67-00396+
  CHEMICAL   ASPECTS    OF    THE
PHOTOOXIDATION  OF  THE  SYSTEM
PROPYLENE-NITROGEN  OXIDE-SULFUR
DIOXIDE.
                         ESR67-00398+
  PHOTOCHEMICAL REACTIVITIES  OF
EXHAUSTS  FROM  1966  MODEL  AU-
TOMOBILES  EQUIPPED   TO  REDUCE
HYDROCARBON EMISSIONS.
                         ESR67-00415 +
  PHOTOOXIDATION   OF  HYDROCAR-
BONS    IN    THE   PRESENCE    OF
ALIPHATIC ALDEHYDES.
                         ESR67-00416+
  SYNERGISTIC   EFFECTS   IN   THE
PHOTOOXIDATION     OF     MIXED
HYDROCARBONS.
                         ESR67-00422+
  ANALYSIS  OF  ORGANIC   GASEOUS
POLLUTANTS.
                         ESR68-00441 +
  AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS  IN  THE
ATMOSPHERE OF  THE  LOS  ANGELES
BASIN.
                         ESR 68-00443 +
  PHOTOOXIDATION   OF  PROPYLENE
WITH   NITROGEN   OXIDE   IN   THE
PRESENCE OF SULFUR DIOXIDE.
                         ESR68-00457 +
  INSTRUMENTATION  FOR  MONITOR-
ING AIR POLLUTANTS.
                         ESR69-00479+
  OXIDATION  OF  NITRIC  OXIDE  IN
THE  PRESENCE  OF  ULTRAVIOLET
LIGHT AND HYDROCARBONS.
                         ESR69-00482 +
  PHOTOCHEMICAL REACTIVITIES  OF
N-BUTANE  AND OTHER PARAFFINIC
HYDROCARBONS.
                         ESR69-00483 +
  PHOTOCHEMICAL REACTIVITIES  OF
PARAFFINIC          HYDROCARBON-
NITROGEN  OXIDE  MIXTURES  UPON
ADDITION OF PROPYLENE TOLUENE.
                         ESR69-00484+
  PHOTOCHEMICAL REACTIVITIES  OF
AROMATIC  HYDROCARBON-NITROGEN
OXIDE AND RELATED SYSTEMS.
                         ESR70-00529 +
  POTENTIAL  FOR  APPLICATION  OF
EARTH-ORIENTED  SATELLITES  TO AIR
POLLUTION.
                         ESR70-00530+
  A   TECHNIQUE   FOR  MEASURING
PHOTOCHEMICAL  REACTIONS  IN AT-
MOSPHERIC SAMPLES.
                         ESR70-00534 +
  HYDROCARBON   COMPOSITION   OF
THE ATMOSPHERE OF  THE LOS AN-
GELES BASIN - 1967
                         ESR71-00588 +
  PHOTOCHEMICAL ASPECTS  OF  AIR
POLLUTION - A REVIEW.
                         ESR71-00594+
  ANALYTICAL  PROBLEMS   IN  AIR
POLLUTION CONTROL.
                         ESR72-00659+
  PHOTOCHEMICAL ASPECTS  OF  AIR
POLLUTION.
                         ESR72-00660+
  ATMOSPHERIC   SULFUR    DIOXIDE
AND SULFATE DISTRIBUTION  OF CON-
CENTRATION  AT  URBAN  AND NON-
UBAN SITES IN THE  UNITED  STATES.
                         ESR73-00693 +
  MEASUREMENT  AND  COLLABORA-
TIVE  TESTING  FOR IMPLEMENTATION
OF AIR QUALITY.
                         ESR73-00701 +
  NON-METHANE  HYDROCARBON  AIR
QUALITY MEASUREMENTS.
                         ESR73-00704+
  PHOTOCHEMICAL REACTIVITIES  OF
ALDEHYDE-NITROGEN          OXIDE
SYSTEMS.
                           ESR74-00764
  PERSONAL AND INDOOR  EXPOSURE
METERS.
                         ESR74-00768+
  (H2S04)2SO4           BACKGROUND
AEROSOL:  OPTICAL DETECTION IN ST.
LOUIS REGION.
                         ESR75-00814+
  AVERAGE TROPOSPHERIC  CONCEN-
TRATION         OF          CARBON
TETRACHLORIDE  BASED ON  INDUS-
TRIAL   PRODUCTION,  USAGE,  AND
EMISSIONS.
                         ESR76-00854 +
  REGIONAL TRANSPORT  &   TRANS-
FORMATION OF SULFUR DIOXIDE  TO
SULFATES  IN THE U.S.
                         ESR76-00855 +
  CORRESPONDENCE   ON   THE   CH
MEIDES  AND STEDMAN PAPER OZONE
FORMATION  FROM  NOX  IN  CLEAN
AIR.
                          ESR76-00919
  EYE IRRITATION AS AN  EFFECT OF
PHOTOCHEMICAL AIR POLLUTION.
                         ESR77-00951 +
  REGIONAL TRANSPORT AND TRANS-
FORMATION OF SULFUR DIOXIDE  TO
SULFATE IN THE UNITED STATES.
                         ESR77-00952+
  INTERNATIONAL  CONFERENCE   ON
OXIDANT  PROBLEMS:  ANALYSIS  OF
THE           EVIDENCE/VIEWPOINTS
PRESENTED.  PART I: DEFINITION  OF
KEY ISSUES.
                          ESR77-00965
  INTERNATIONAL  CONFERENCE   ON
OXIDANTS,      1976-ANALYSIS     OF
EVIDENCE  AND VIEWPOINTS. PART I.
DEFINITION OF KEY ISSUES.
                          ESR 77-00966
  ASSESSMENT  OF  THE  CONTRIBU-
TION  OF CHEMICAL SPECIES  TO THE
EYE   IRRITATION   POTENTIAL   OF
PHOTOCHEMICAL SMOG.
                         ESR78-01026+
  ASSOCIATION     OF     OXIDANT
EPISODES  WITH  WARM STAGNATING
ANTICYCLONES.
                         ESR78-01027 +
  DISCUSSION    OF   NATIONAL   AIR
QUALITY STANDARDS  FOR AUTOMO-
TIVE   POLLUTANTS  -   A  CRITICAL
REVIEW.
                          HER71-01288
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Altshuller, AP
Amato, JJ
  CREATINE  PHOSPHOKINASE,  GLU-
TAMIC OXALACETIC  TRANSAMINASE,
ALDOLASE, LACTIC DEHYDROGENASE,
AND ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE; NOR-
MAL SERUM VALUES  IN MALE BEA-
GLES.
                          HER70-01192
  SERUM  ENZYMES  IN  EXPERIMEN-
TAL BALLISTIC  INJURY  TO EXTREMI-
TIES.
                          HER71-01217
  ZINC SULFATE - FAILURE  AS  AC-
CELERATOR      OF       COLLAGEN
BIOSYNTHESIS.
                          HER71-01218
  ZINC  SULFATE   FAILURE   AS  AC-
CELERATOR      OF       COLLAGEN
BIOSYNTHESIS   AND    FIBROBLASTS
PROLIFERATION.
                          HER71-01219
  SKIN  ORGAN  CULTURES AND  OX-
YGEN TOXICITY.
                          HER72-01330
  EVALUATION OF WOUND HEALING
ACCELERATORS     -      CARTILAGE
POWDER, CHITIN AND  N-ACETYL GLU-
COSAMINE - IN HUMAN FIBROBLAST
CULTURES.
                          HER73-01430
  EFFECT   OF  5,5-DIPHENYLHYDAN-
TOIN  (DILANTIN)  ON   COLLAGEN
BIOSYNTHESIS   IN   HUMAN  SKIN
FIBROBLASTS.
                          HER73-01431

Ammons, JM
  EVALUATION  OF TECHNIQUES  FOR
MEASURING   BIOGENIC   AIRBORNE
SULFUR  COMPOUNDS.
                          ESR79-01112

Ananth, KP
  IMPACT OF PARTICULATES AND SO2
FROM  COAL-FIRED  POWER PLANTS ON
ACID RAIN.
                          IER77-02I90+

Andelman, R
  EFFECT  OF   LOW-LEVEL   CARBON
MONOXIDE EXPOSURE ON ONSET AND
DURATION OF ANGINA PECTORIS.
                          HER73-01481

Anderson, EW
  EFFECT  OF   LOW-LEVEL   CARBON
MONOXIDE EXPOSURE ON ONSET AND
DURATION OF ANGINA PECTORIS.
                         HER73-01481 +

Anderson, GE
  PROLONGATION   OF  LIFE  DURING
HIGH  INTENSITY  MICROWAVE  EXPO-
SURES.
                         HER71-01211 +
  EFFECT OF 2450  MHZ  MICROWAVES
ON THE  RADIATION RESPONSE OF  X-
IRRADIATED CHINESE  HAMSTERS.
                         HER73-01422+
  DEVELOPMENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL
CHANGES   IN  THE   RAT   DURING
CHRONIC EXPOSURE TO  LEAD.
                          HER75-01693
  A  COAXIAL AIR  LINE MICROWAVE
EXPOSURE SYSTEM: RESPIRATORY AC-
TIVITY   OF    MITOCHONDRIA    IR-
RADIATED AT 2-4 GHZ
                          HER76-01775

Anderson, PD
  STATUS   OF   THE    PROJECT   TO
DEVELOP   STANDARDS   OF   PER-
FORMANCE  FOR  INDUSTRIAL  FOSSIL
FUEL FIRED BOILERS.
                           IER79-02339

Andrea, 3
  CARCINOGENICITY   OF   ORGANIC
PARTICULATE    POLLUTANTS    IN
URBAN AIR  AFTER ADMINISTRATION
OF TRACE QUANTITIES TO NEONATAL
MICE.
                           ESR66-00357
  CARCINOGENICITY   OF   ORGANIC
FRACTIONS  OF PARTICULATE  POLLU-
TANTS  COLLECTED  IN  NEW  YORK
CITY   AND   ADMINISTERED   SUBCU-
TANEOUSLY TO INFANT MICE.
                          HER72-01307

Andres, SA
  CYTOTOXICITY     TO    ALVEOLAR
MACROPHAGES  OF  METAL   OXIDES
ADSORBED ON  FLY ASH.
                          HER77-Q1797

Andrews, JE
  TERATOLOGY   STUDY    OF   PEN-
TACHLOROBENZENE   IN   MICE:   NO
TERATOGENIC  EFFECT AT 50  OR  100
MG/KG/DAY FROM  DAY  6 TO  DAY 15
OF GESTATION.
                          HER77-01817
  METABOLIC  STUDIES   WITH TCDD
(DIOXIN) TREATED  RATS.
                          HER78-01896
  MOBILIZATION   OF   HCB  DURING
GESTATION.
                         HER79-01946+
  HCB  DEPOSITION   IN   MATERNAL
AND  FETAL  TISSUES  OF RAT AND
MOUSE.  I.   CHEMICAL   QUANTIFICA-
TION OF HCB IN TISSUES.
                          HER79-01951

Angell, JK
  TETROON  TRAJECTORIES IN  URBAN
ATMOSPHERE.
                          ESR66-00353 +

Angleton, GM
  EFFECT  OF  AGE ON  THE  ACUTE
LETHAL RESPONSE OF  THE BEAGLE
TO COBALT-60 GAMMA RADIATION.
                          HER74-01511

Apodaca, AO
  RELATIVE  RETENTION  RATIOS  OF
SOME PESTICIDES  AND METABOLITES
ON   NINE  GAS   CHROMATOGRAPHIC
COLUMNS   OVER  A   TEMPERATURE
RANGE  OF   170   DEGREES   TO   240
DEGREES IN TWO DETECTION MODES.
                          HER75-01633

Aranyi, C
  METAL  TOXICITY FOR  RABBIT  AL-
VEOLAR MACROPHAGES IN VITRO.
                          HER75-01698
  CYTOTOXICITY     TO     ALVEOLAR
MACROPHAGES  OF  METAL  OXIDES
ADSORBED ON FLY ASH.
                         HER77-01797 +

Ariman, T
  NOVEL  CONCEPTS,  METHODS AND
ADVANCED  TECHNOLOGY  IN  PAR-
TICULATE/GAS SEPARATION  (REPORT
ON A WORKSHOP).
                          IER79-02348 +

Arledge, K
  IMPACT OF REACTIVITY CRITERION
ON ORGANIC EMISSION CONTROL FOR
STRATEGIES  FOR LOS  ANGELES.
                           ESR78-01094
  UTILITY    CONVENTIONAL    COM-
BUSTION   COMPARATIVE   ENVIRON-
MENTAL ASSESSMENT - COAL AND
OIL.
                           IER79-02342

Armstrong, D
  MICROBIOLOGICAL    STUDIES   OF
COMPOST PLANT DUST.
                         HER72-01400+

Armstrong, JF
  EXPOSURE    OF     FORMULATING
PLANT WORKERS TO  DDT.
                          HER71-01246
  EXPOSURE OF SPRAYMEN TO PESTI-
CIDES.
                          HER72-01339
  THE USE OF PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
AND  EQUIPMENT  FOR  PREVENTION
OF EXPOSURE TO PESTICIDES.
                          HER72-01358
  ORAL  EXPOSURE  OF  WORKERS  TO
PARATHION  THROUGH  CONTAMINA-
TION OF FOOD ITEMS.
                         HER73-01438 +
  PERSISTENCE   OF   PARATHION  IN
SOIL.
                          HER73-01464
  EXPOSURE OF  MOSQUITO  CONTROL
WORKERS TO FENTHION.
                          HER74-01532
  EXPOSURE  OF WORKERS  TO CAR-
BARYL.
                          HER75-01621
  PERSISTENCE  OF AZINPHOSMETHYL
IN SOIL.
                          HER75-01625
  POTENTIAL EXPOSURE OF WORKERS
TO   PARATHION   THROUGH   CON-
TAMINATION OF CIGARETTES.
                          HER75-01626
  EXPOSURE  TO  THE   HERBICIDE,
PARAQUAT.
                          HER75-01695
  EXPOSURE OF  APPLE THINNERS TO
PARATHION RESIDUES.
                          HER75-01700
  SOME   PROBLEMS   RELATED  TO
CLEANUP     OF     PARATHION-CON-
TAMINATED  SURFACES  FOLLOWING
SPILLAGE.
                          HER76-01764
  PERSISTENCE   OF    METHYL  AND
ETHYL  PARATHION FOLLOWING SPIL-
LAGE ON CONCRETE SURFACES.
                          HER77-0182I
  EXPOSURE  OF FERTILIZER  MIXING
PLANT WORKERS TO DISULFOTON.
                          HER78-01918

Arnold, E
  CARCINOGENICITY    OF   ORGANIC
FRACTIONS  OF  PARTICULATE POLLU-
TANTS   COLLECTED   IN  NEW  YORK
CITY  AND   ADMINISTERED   SUBCU-
TANEOUSLY TO INFANT MICE.
                          HER72-01307

Arnts, RR
  THE  CHEMISTRY   OF  NATIONALLY
EMITTED HYDROCARBONS.
                           ESR77-00982
  MEASUREMENT   OF  ALPHA-PINENE
FLUXES FROM  A   LOBLOLLY PINE
FOREST.
                         ESR78-01028+

Asahina, S
  CARCINOGENICITY    OF   ORGANIC
FRACTIONS  OF  PARTICULATE POLLU-
TANTS   COLLECTED   IN NEW  YORK
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                                                                                                     Barnes, HM
CITY  AND   ADMINISTERED  SUBCU-
TANEOUSLY TO INFANT MICE.
                        HER72-01307 +

Ash, ME
  BIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT  OF CON-
TINUOUS EXPOSURE TO TRITIUM AND
LEAD IN THE RAT.
                          HER76-01720

Atkins, PR
  ADDENDUM TO TENTATIVE METHOD
FOR THE  CONTINUOUS ANALYSIS OF
TOTAL HYDROCARBONS IN  THE  AT-
MOSPHERE    (FLAME    IONIZATION
METHOD). FLAME IONIZATION DETEC-
TOR 43101-02-71T.
                          ESR73-00689
  TENTATIVE METHOD  OF  ANALYSIS
FOR  CARBONATE   AND   NON-CAR-
BONATE   CARBON  IN  ATMOSPHERIC
PARTICULATE MATTER.
                          ESR73-00713
  TENTATIVE      METHODS      OF
FLUORIMETRIC      ANALYSIS    FOR
ALIPHATIC  HYDROCARBONS  IN  AT-
MOSPHERIC  PARTICULATE MATTER.
                          ESR73-00726
  TENTATIVE METHOD FOR CONTINU-
OUS ANALYSIS OF  METHANE IN THE
ATMOSPHERE   (FLAME   IONIZATION
METHOD).
                          ESR74-00782
  TENTATIVE METHOD  OF  ANALYSIS
FOR    POLYNUCLEAR    AROMATIC
HYDROCARBONS  IN  AUTOMOBILE EX-
HAUST.
                          ESR74-00783
  TENTATIVE METHOD  OF  ANALYSIS
FOR    POLYNUCLEAR    AROMATIC
HYDROCARBONS  IN COKE  OVEN EF-
FLUENTS.
                          ESR74-00784

Atwater, M
  REFINEMENT AND VALIDATION OF
AN URBAN  METEOROLOGICAL-POLLU-
TANT MODEL.
                          ESR76-00894

A very, ME
  ACCELERATION OF APPEARANCE OF
PULMONARY  SURFACTANT  IN  THE
FETAL LAMB BY ADMINISTRATION OF
CORTICOSTEROIDS.
                          HER70-01197

Axt, CJ
  INFLUENCE OF SOME ATMOSPHERIC
VARIABLES  ON THE CONCENTRATION
AND PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF
SULFATE IN URBAN AIR.
                          ESR67-004I2
                 B
Bach,W
  COMPARISON  OF  THE  COMFORT
CONDITIONS   IN  DIFFERENT   URBAN
AND   SUBURBAN    MICROENVIRON-
MENTS.
                          ESR71-00550

Bachmann, JD
  DEVELOPING  REGULATORY   PRO-
GRAMS FOR  THE  CONTROL  OF  ACID
PRECIPITATION.
                          HER77-01801
Bailey, E
  CONTINUOUS   MEASUREMENT   OF
SULFUR    IN      SUBMICROMETRIC
AEROSOLS.
                          ESR76-00870

Baity, FW
  DETECTION  OF HYDROCARBONS  BY
CHEMILUMINESCENCE  WITH ACTIVE
NITROGEN AT 388NM.
                         ESR74-00769+
  DEVELOPMENT OF  A  GAS  LASER
SYSTEM TO MEASURE TRACE GASES
BY    LONG    PATH    ABSORPTION
TECHNIQUES.
                          ESR74-00778

Baker, EL
  A NATIONWIDE SURVEY OF  HEAVY
METAL  ABSORPTION   IN CHILDREN
LIVING   NEAR   PRIMARY   COPPER,
LEAD, AND ZINC SHELTERS.
                         HER77-01798 +

Baker, R
  THE EFFECT OF OZONE ON HUMAN
CELLULAR  AND HUMORAL  IMMUNI-
TY: CHARACTERIZATION  OF  T AND B
LYMPHOCYTES  BY  ROSETTE FORMA-
TION.
                          HER78-01913

Balazs, ME
  SURVEY  OF MANUAL METHODS  OF
MEASUREMENTS    OF   ASBESTOS,
BERYLLIUM,     LEAD,    CADMIUM,
SELENIUM, AND  MERCURY   IN  STA-
TIONARY SOURCE EMISSIONS.
                          EMS73-00030

Baldeck, C
  DETERMINATION   OF  ELEMENTAL
MERCURY IN AN  EMISSION SOURCE
HAVING  A  HIGH   SULFUR  DIOXIDE
CONCENTRATION BY AMALGAMATION
WITH  GOLD AND ULTRAVIOLET SPEC-
TROPHOTOMETRY.
                         HER74-01533 +

Ball, R
  REFINEMENT  AND VALIDATION  OF
AN URBAN METEOROLOGICAL-POLLU-
TANT  MODEL.
                          ESR76-00894

Ballard, LF
  FIELD   PERFORMANCE   CHARAC-
TERISTICS OF ADVANCED MONITORS
FOR  OXIDES  OF NITROGEN, OZONE,
SULFUR  DIOXIDE,   CARBON  MONOX-
IDE,  METHANE, AND NONMETHANE
HYDROCARBONS.
                          ESR72-00643
  RATIO  OF  SULFUR  DIOXIDE   OF
TOTAL   GASEOUS    SULFUR   COM-
POUNDS AND OZONE  TO TOTAL OXI-
DANTS  IN  THE LOS  ANGELES   AT-
MOSPHERE    -    AN    INSTRUMENT
EVALUATION  STUDY.
                          ESR72-00650

Banker!, L
  THE   UPTAKE    OF   CERIUM-144,
PROMETHIUM-147,   AND  PLUTONIUM-
238 BY OAT PLANTS FROM SOILS.
                          HER71-01240

Banks, SM
  MEASUREMENT OF  EFFECTIVE  ION
MOBILITIES IN A CORONA DISCHARGE
IN INDUSTRIAL  FLUE GASES.
                          IER79-02309
Barbarika, HF
  ENTRAINMENT   SEPARATORS   FOR
SLURRY SCRUBBERS.
                           IER79-023I3
  VENTURI     SCRUBBER    DESIGN
MODEL.
                           IER79-02318

Barber, ED
  ORGANIC ACIDS IN A SELECTED DI-
ALYSATE    OF   AIR   PARTICULATE
MATTER.
                         ESR59-00179+
  IDENTIFICATION   OF    ALIPHATIC
AMINES  IN   THE   AIR   AND  THEIR
BENZAMIDES  BY PAPER CHROMATOG-
RAPHY.
                           ESR61-00213
  PAPER           CHROMATOGRAPHIC
IDENTIFICATION  OF CARBONYL COM-
POUNDS  AS  THEIR 2,4-DINITROPHEN-
YLHYDRAZONES  IN AUTOMOBILE EX-
HAUST.
                         ESR63-00272 +
  SEPARATION AND IDENTIFICATION
OF  PHENOLS  IN  AUTOMOBILE  EX-
HAUST BY  PAPER  AND  GAS  LIQUID
CHROMATOGRAPHY.
                         ESR64-00306+
  IDENTIFICATION   OF    AROMATIC
COMPOUNDS  AS SIMPLE  AZINES  BY
PAPER   AND   THIN-LAYER   CHRO-
MATOGRAPHY.
                         ESR67-00411 +
  SEPARATION AND IDENTIFICATION
OF   AROMATIC    CARBONYL   COM-
POUNDS  AS  THEIR 4-NITROPHENYL-
HYDRAZONES BY  PAPER  AND THIN-
LAYER CHROMATOGRAPHY.
                         ESR68-00460+

Bare, M
  REACTIVITY OF OXIDIZING AGENTS
WITH POTASSIUM IODIDE  REAGENT.
                           ESR59-00180

Barkley, NP
  HYDROGEN    FLAME    CHEMILU-
MINESCENCE     DETECTOR     FOR
SULFATE IN  AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS.
                          HER69-OI173
  HYDROGEN    FLAME    CHEMILU-
NINESCENCE      DETECTOR     FOR
SULFATE IN  AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS.
                         HER70-01194*
  THE CONCENTRATION OF LEAD IN
AUTOMOBILE  EXHAUST   EXPOSURE
CHAMBERS.
                         HER72-01362+

Barnes, HM
  REMOTE SENSING OF SO2 IN POWER
PLANT PLUMES USING ULTRAVIOLET
ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY AND  IN-
FRARED EMISSION  SPECTROSCOPY.
                         ESR74-00749+
  DATA  REQUIREMENTS   FOR  NOX
EMISSION MONITORING FROM FOSSIL-
FUEL FIRED  STEAM GENERATORS.
                         ESR76-008S6+
  RAPID  METHOD  FOR DETERMINING
NOX EMISSIONS IN FLUE  GASES.
                         ESR76-00857+
  THE   ACCURACY   OF    REMOTE
SENSING  TECHNIQUES  IN  EMISSION
MEASUREMENT     AND    VERTICAL
PLUME MAPPING.
                         ESR76-00908 +
  AN  EXAMINATION  OF  MEASURE-
MENT METHODS  FOR  THE CHARAC-
TERIZATION   OF   GASEOUS  SULFUR
EMISSIONS    FROM    COMBUSTION
SOURCES.
                         ESR76-00909+
                                                                                                               255

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Baron, RL (Ed.)
  THE   APPLICATION  OF  AN  ACID
DEWPOINT  METER  FOR  THE  MEA-
SUREMENT  OF SULFUR  ACID/SULFUR
TRIOXIDE EMISSIONS.
                           ESR76-00914
  A   CHARACTERIZATION   OF   THE
GASEOUS SULFUR  EMISSIONS FROM
COAL AND COAL-FIRED BOILERS.
                           ESR76-00929

Baron, RL (Ed.)
  PESTICIDE INDUCED DELAYED NEU-
ROTOXICITY  -  PROCEEDINGS  OF  A
CONFERENCE.
                         HER76-01716-V

Baron, RL
  TOXICITY       STUDIES       WITH
DECAMETHRIN,      A     SYNTHETIC
PYRETHROID INSECTICIDE.
                          HER-0301126
  INTRA- AND  EXTRAMURAL HEALTH
EFFECTS RESEARCH.
                         HER74-01582 +
  SEPARATION   OF   ROTENOIDS  BY
HIGH PRESSURE  LIQUID CHROMATOG-
RAPHY.
                          HER77-01827
  SUBACUTE      TOXICITY      OF
ETHYLENEBISISOTHIOCYAMATE   SUL-
FIDE IN THE LABORATORY RAT.
                          HER77-01828
  DIETARY  SUBACUTE  TOXICITY OF
ETHYLENE    THIOUREA    IN   THE
LABORATORY RAT.
                           HER77-01881
  TERMINAL   RESIDUES   -   CARBA-
MATES.
                         HER78-01937 +

Barrett, RE
  GUIDELINES  FOR  RESIDENTIAL OIL-
BURNER  ADJUSTMENT  TO  MINIMIZE
POLLUTANT EMISSIONS.
                            IER77-02198

Barry, R
  NEW  COLOUR  TESTS  FOR  THE
LARGER  POLYNUCLEAR  AROMATIC
HYDROCARBONS.
                           ESR59-00178

Barth, DS
  MONITORING  NEEDS FOR AIR  POL-
LUTANTS  AND  SYSTEMS   REQUIRED
TO MEET THOSE NEEDS.
                         EMS71-00002 +
  CONSIDERATIONS   IN   DEVELOPING
AIR QUALITY CRITERIA.
                           HER70-01195
  GERMAN-UNITED  STATES  COOPERA-
TIVE STUDIES.
                           HER71-01283
  DISCUSSION   OF   NATIONAL   AIR
QUALITY STANDARDS  FOR AUTOMO-
TIVE  POLLUTANTS  -   A  CRITICAL
REVIEW
                         HER71-01288 +
  AIR  QUALITY STANDARDS SETTING.
                        HER73-01488* +

Barthel, WF
  ORGANIC  MERCURY IDENTIFIED  AS
THE  CAUSE  OF  POISONING  IN  HU-
MANS AND  HOGS.
                           HER71-01255
  ALKYL  MERCURY  POISONING  IN
HUMANS: REPORT OF AN OUTBREAK.
                           HER72-01354

Bartok, W
  NOX EMISSION CONTROL FOR COAL-
FIRED UTILITY BOILERS.
                          IER73-02032*
Bates, DV
  DEVELOPMENT      OF
TOLERANCE IN MAN.
    OZONE

HER77-01840
Batson, AG
  VALIDATION  AND  CHARACTERIZA-
TION OF  THE  L5178Y/TK+/-  MOUSE
LYMPHOMA     MUTAGEN     ASSAY
SYSTEM.
                           HER79-01949

Baty, DW
  THE  PITTSBURGH  AIR  POLLUTION
EPISODE  OF  NOVEMBER  17-21,  1975:
AIR  QUALITY.
                         HER77-01799 +

Baulch, D
  CLIMATE  AS A  FACTOR IN COMMU-
NITY   ENVIRONMENTAL   MANAGE-
MENT,  PLANNING  CHALLENGES  OF
THE 70'S IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN.
                           ESR70-00506

Baumgardner,  RE
  EVALUATION  OF NEW OZONE MONI-
TORING  INSTRUMENTS BY MEASUR-
ING  IN NONURBAN ATMOSPHERES.
                           EMS74-00048
  COMPARISON   OF   INSTRUMENTAL
METHODS   TO  MEASURE  NITROGEN
DIOXIDE.
                         EMS75-00059+
  DETERMINATION OF AN OZONE  IN-
TERFERENCE   IN  THE  CONTINUOUS
SALTZMAN     NITROGEN    DIOXIDE
PROCEDURE.
                         EMS75-00060+
  INCREASED    SPECIFICITY  IN  THE
MEASUREMENT   OF   SULFUR   COM-
POUNDS    WITH    THE     FLAME
PHOTOMETRIC DETECTOR.
                         EMS75-00061 +
  MEASUREMENT                  OF
PERCHLOROETHYLENE  IN  AMBIENT
AIR.
                           EMS79-00141
  AN ANALYTICAL SYSTEM DESIGNED
TO        MEASURE        MULTIPLE
MALODOROUS COMPOUNDS RELATED
TO KRAFT MILL ACTIVITIES.
                           ESR71-00577
  AUTOMATED   ANALYSIS   SYSTEM
MAKES  KRAFT  EMISSION MEASURE-
MENTS EASY.
                           ESR71-00579
  STOICHIOMETRY IN  THE NEUTRAL
IODOMETRIC  PROCEDURE FOR  OZONE
BY   GAS-PHASE   TITRATION    WITH
NITRIC  OXIDE.
                           ESR71-00597
  COMPARISON      OF      CHEMILU-
MINESCENCE   METHODS   FOR   MEA-
SUREMENT OF ATMOSPHERIC OZONE.
                           ESR71-00600
  INSTRUMENTATION FOR THE  MEA-
SUREMENT OF NITROGEN DIOXIDE.
                           ESR74-00755
  DEVELOPMENT  OF  A  GAS  LASER
SYSTEM TO MEASURE  TRACE GASES
BY    LONG    PATH     ABSORPTION
TECHNIQUES
                           ESR74-00778
  STATUS OF  METHODS FOR CALIBRA-
TION OF OZONE MONITORS.
                           ESR75-00830
  DETECTION  OF  VINYL CHLORIDE &
RELATED   COMPOUNDS  BY  A  GAS
CHROMATOGRAPHIC,        CHEMILU-
MINESCENCE  TECHNIQUE.
                           ESR76-00890
  ANALYTICAL SYSTEM  FOR MEASUR-
ING MALODOROUS COMPOUNDS  FROM
KRAFT MILLS.
                           ESR78-01069
  EVALUATION  OF  TECHNIQUES FOR
MEASURING    BIOGENIC   AIRBORNE
SULFUR  COMPOUNDS.
                           ESR79-01112
  OPTIMIZED    CHEMILUMINESCENCE
SYSTEM    FOR    MEASURING    AT-
MOSPHERIC AMMONIA.
                          ESR79-01124+

Beard, ME
  AN   EVALUATION  OF   ARSENITE
PROCEDURE  FOR  DETERMINATION  OF
NITROGEN DIOXIDE IN AMBIENT AIR.
                         EMS74-00035 +
  EVALUATION  OF EFFECTS  OF  NO,
CO2,  AND SAMPLING  FLOW RATE  ON
ARSENITE PROCEDURE  FOR MEASUR-
MENT OF NO2 IN  AMBIENT AIR.
                         EMS75-00052+
  MEASUREMENT   OF  ATMOSPHERIC
SULFATES: LITERATURE SEARCH AND
METHODS SELECTION.
                           EMS76-00071
  EVALUATION  OF NBKI PROCEDURE
FOR CALIBRATION OF O3 MONITORS.
                         EMS77-00093 +

Becker, TL
  CHEMICAL    ASPECTS   OF   THE
PHOTOOXIDATION  OF  THE  SYSTEM
PROPYLENE-NITROGEN  OXIDE-SULFUR
DIOXIDE.
                           ESR67-00398
  PHOTOOXIDATION   OF  PROPYLENE
WITH  NITROGEN  OXIDE  IN   THE
PRESENCE OF SULFUR DIOXIDE.
                           ESR68-00457

Becker, V
  MALIGNANT       AND      BENIGN
NEOPLASMS  OF THE  THYROID IN  PA-
TIENTS   TREATED  FOR   HYPERTHY-
ROIDISM.
                           HER74-01551

Bedrosian, PH
  IMPROVED   PHOTOGRAPHIC   LEAK
TEST SYSTEM  FOR SEALED SOURCES
OF RADIUM 226.
                         HER71-01239+

Beer, JM
  APPLICATION      OF     ADVANCED
TECHNOLOGY   FOR   NOX  CONTROL-
ALTERNATE  FUELS  AND  FLUIDIZED
BED  COAL COMBUSTION.
                          IER77-02259+

Bell,  JP
  ELECTRO-CHEMICAL DETECTOR FOR
PARTS-PER-BILLION CONCENTRATIONS
OF   AMMONIA  NITRIC  OXIDE  AND
NITROGEN DIOXIDE.
                          ESR69-00490+
  PREPARATION OF KNOWN CONCEN-
TRATIONS OF  GASES  AND  VAPORS
WITH     PERMEATION     DEVICES
CALIBRATED GRAVIMETRICALLY.
                           ESR70-00531
  APPLICATION    OF    A   CHEMILU-
MINESCENCE  DETECTOR   FOR  THE
MEASUREMENT OF TOTAL OXIDES OF
NITROGEN AND AMMONIA IN  THE  AT-
MOSPHERE.
                           ESR71-00578
  PHOTOFRAGMENT   DETECTION   OF
N02.
                           ESR 73-00708
256

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                                                                                                     Bennett, RL
  DETECTION OF HYDROCARBONS  BY
CHEMILUMINESCENCE  WITH  ACTIVE
NITROGEN AT 388NM.
                          ESR74-00769
  MONITORING   AIRBORNE  PARTICU-
LATE MASS BY  BETA  ABSORPTION.
                          ESR77-00990
  TWO STAGE  RESPIRABLE AEROSOL
SAMPLER USING NUCLEPORE FILTERS
IN SERIES.
                          ESR77-01004

Bellar, TA
  CONCENTRATION   OF  HYDROCAR-
BONS ON  SILICA GEL PRIOR  TO GAS
CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS.
                          ESR6I-00209
  DIRECT APPLICATION OF GAS CHRO-
MATOGRAPHY TO ATMOSPHERIC POL-
LUTANTS.
                         ESR62-00236+
  DYNAMIC   IRRADIATION  CHAMBER
TESTS OF AUTOMOTIVE EXHUAST. II.
CHEMICAL EFFECTS
                          ESR62-00258
  GAS CHROMATOGRAPHIC  ANALYSIS
OF HYDROCARBONS IN THE LOS AN-
GELES ATMOSPHERE.
                          ESR63-00270
  DETERMINATION  OF ATMOSPHERIC
POLLUTANTS IN THE PARTS-PER-BIL-
LION RANGE  BY GAS  CHROMATOG-
RAPHY.
                         ESR63-00281 +
  EFFECT   OF    HYDROCARBON   TO
NITROGEN   OXIDE   RATIOS   ON  IR-
RADIATED AUTO EXHAUST.
                          ESR64-00297
  METHANE COMPOSITION OF URBAN
ATMOSPHERES.
                          ESR64-00299
  EVALUATION   OF  VARIOUS  SILICA
GELS   IN   THE   GAS   CHROMATO-
GRAPHIC    ANALYSIS    OF   LIGHT
HYDROCARBONS.
                         ESR67-00407 +
  AROMATIC  HYDROCARBONS IN THE
ATMOSPHERE OF THE LOS ANGELES
BASIN.
                          ESR68-00443
  DIRECT   GAS  CHROMATOGRAPHIC
ANALYSIS   OF  LOW   MOLECULAR
WEIGHT SUBSTITUTED ORGANIC  COM-
POUND  IN EMISSION.
                         ESR70-00523 +
  CHEMILUMINESCENT METHOD FOR
ANALYSIS OF NITROGEN  COMPOUNDS
IN  MOBILE SOURCE  EMISSIONS (NO,
NO2, AND NH3).
                          ESR73-00695

Beloin, NJ
  FADING  OF DYED FABRICS BY AIR
POLLUTION - A FIELD STUDY.
                         ESR72-00662 +
  FADING  OF DYED FABRICS EXPOSED
TO AIR POLLUTION  -  A  CHAMBER
STUDY.
                         ESR73-00719+
  SOILING OF BUILDING MATERIALS.
                         ESR75-00800+

Belsky, TA
  ADDENDUM TO TENTATIVE METHOD
FOR THE  CONTINUOUS ANALYSIS  OF
TOTAL  HYDROCARBONS  IN  THE AT-
MOSPHERE    (FLAME    IONIZATION
METHOD)- FLAME IONIZATION DETEC-
TOR 43101-02-71T.
                          ESR73-00689
  TENTATIVE METHOD OF  ANALYSIS
FOR  CARBONATE    AND  NON-CAR-
BONATE  CARBON  IN  ATMOSPHERIC
PARTICULATE MATTER.
                          ESR73-00713
  TENTATIVE       METHODS      OF
FLUORIMETRIC     ANALYSIS     FOR
ALIPHATIC  HYDROCARBONS  IN  AT-
MOSPHERIC PARTICULATE MATTER.
                          ESR73-00726
  TENTATIVE  METHOD  FOR CONTINU-
OUS ANALYSIS OF METHANE IN  THE
ATMOSPHERE   (FLAME  IONIZATION
METHOD).
                          ESR74-00782
  TENTATIVE  METHOD OF  ANALYSIS
FOR    POLYNUCLEAR    AROMATIC
HYDROCARBONS  IN AUTOMOBILE EX-
HAUST.
                          ESR74-00783
  TENTATIVE  METHOD OF  ANALYSIS
FOR    POLYNUCLEAR    AROMATIC
HYDROCARBONS  IN COKE  OVEN EF-
FLUENTS.
                          ESR74-00784
  BIS(CHLORMETHYL)ETHER  (BIS-CME)
IN AIR.
                          ESR75-00833
  ORGANIC SOLVENT VAPORS IN AIR.
                          ESR75-00836
  3,3 '-DICHLORO-4,4'-DIAMINODIPHEN-
YLMETHANE(MOCA) IN  AIR.
                          ESR75-00837
  TOTAL   PARTICULATE  AROMATIC
HYDROCARBONS  (TPAH) IN  AIR: UL-
TRASONIC EXTRACTION METHOD.
                          ESR75-00838

Benane, SG
  EFFECTS OF CELL PHYSIOLOGICAL
CONDITIONS  ON  MAMMALIAN  HOST
CELL REACTIVATION.
                         HER73-01421*
  ULTRAVIOLET-ENHANCED     REAC-
TIVATION   OF   HERPES  VIRUS   IN
HUMAN TUMOR CELLS.
                         HER74-01515 +
  HOST-CELL  REACTIVATION IN MAM-
MALIAN  CELLS.  IV.  CELL  CULTURE
CONDITIONS AFFECTING VIRUS SUR-
VIVAL.
                         HER74-01516+
  EFFECTS  OF  NON-IONIZING  ELEC-
TROMAGNETIC RADIATION ON SINGLE
CELL BIOLOGICAL  SYSTEMS.
                          HER75-01594
  THE EFFECT OF  MICROWAVE EXPO-
SURE  ON BACTERIA:  MUTATION  IN-
DUCTION.
                          HER76-01768
  MEASUREMENT   OF   MICROWAVE
RADIATION  ABSORBED  BY  BIOLOGI-
CAL SYSTEMS, I, ANALYSIS  OF HEAT-
ING AND  COOLING DATA.
                          HER77-01796

Benarie, MM
  URBAN  AIR POLLUTION MODELING
WITHOUT COMPUTERS.
                         ESR76-00910+

Bender, DF
  FIVE NEW METHODS FOR THE SPEC-
TROPHOTOMETRIC    DETERMINATION
OF ALKYLATING AGENTS INCLUDING
SOME   EXTREMELY  SENSITIVE  AU-
TOCATALYTIC   METHODS.   APPLICA-
TION  TO AIR POLLUTION.
                          ESR63-00269
  CHARACTERIZATION OF CARBAZOLE
AND  POLYNUCLEAR  CARBAZOLES  IN
URBAN AIR  AND  IN  AIR POLLUTED
BY COAL-TAR PITCH FUMES  BY THIN-
LAYER CHROMATOGRAPHY AND  SPEC-
TROPHOTOFLUOROMETRY.
                         ESR64-00294+
  FLUORESCENT    DETECTION    AND
SPECTROPHOTOFLUOROMETRIC
CHARACTERIZATION AND ESTIMATION
OF  CARBAZOLES AND  POLYNUCLEAR
CARBAZOLES  SEPARATED  BY   THIN-
LAYER CHROMATOGRAPHY
                         ESR64-00298+
  DIFFERENTIATION               OF
BENZOFLUORENES  ON  THIN-LAYER
SUBSTRATES.
                         ESR65-00329+
  SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC  DETERMINA-
TION OF  ALKYLATING AGENTS  WITH
4-PICOLINE AND O-DINITROBENZENE.
                         ESR65-00346 +

Benignus, G
  THE EFFECT  OF METHADONE  ON
HIPPOCAMPAL EEC.
                         HER74-01583 +
  STEPWISE    ITERATIVE    FOURIER
TRANSFORMATION: THE SIFT.
                           HER75-01663
  LACK OF EFFECTS OF  LOW LEVEL
CARBON   MONOXIDE   ON  HUMAN
VIGILANCE.
                           HER77-01800

Benignus, VA
  THE EFFECT  OF METHADONE  ON
HIPPOCAMPAL EEG.
                           HER74-01583
  EFFECT OF LOW-FREQUENCY  RAN-
DOM NOISES ON PERFORMANCE OF A
NUMERIC MONITORING TASK.
                         HER75-01662+
  STEPWISE    ITERATIVE    FOURIER
TRANSFORMATION: THE SIFT.
                         HER75-01663 +
  MONITORING PERFORMANCE   AS A
FUNCTION OF THE RATE  OF READY
SIGNALS.
                         HER76-01767+
  LACK OF EFFECTS OF  LOW LEVEL
CARBON   MONOXIDE   ON  HUMAN
VIGILANCE.
                         HER77-01800+
  AGE RELATED CHANGES IN THE EF-
FECT    OF     ELECTROCONVULSIVE
SHOCK   (ECS)  ON  THE  IN   VIVO
HYDROXYLATION  OF  TYROSINE  AND
TRYPTOPHAN IN RAT BRAIN.
                          HER77-01856

Bennett, BI
  ENVIRONMENTAL      PROTECTION
AGENCY  QUALITY  ASSURANCE  PER-
FORMANCE SURVEYS.
                          EMS76-00068
  SUMMARY    OF     AUDIT     PER-
FORMANCE:  MEASUREMENT  OF  SO2,
NO2, CO, SULFATE,  NITRATE,  LEAD,
HI-VOL FLOW RATE.
                          EMS78-00102
  STABILITY   EVALUATION   OF  AM-
BIENT CONCENTRATIONS OF SULFUR
DIOXIDE,    NITRIC    OXIDE    AND
NITROGEN  DIOXIDE  CONTAINED IN
COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS.
                         EMS79-OOI32 +

Bennett, RL
  STATUS    OF    RESEARCH    AND
DEVELOPMENT   IN    MEASUREMENT
TECHNOLOGY  OF  HAZARDOUS   SUB-
STANCES  IN  EMISSIONS   FROM   STA-
TIONARY  SOURCES.
                         ESR73-00721 +
  THE  APPLICATION   OF   A   MUL-
TICHANNEL  FIXED  &  SEQUENTIAL
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Benson, FB
SPECTROMETER  SYSTEM   TO  THE
ANALYSIS  OF  AIR  POLLUTION  PAR-
TICULATE  SAMPLES  FROM  SOURCE
EMISSIONS & AMBIENT AIR.
                         ESR76-00858 +
  SULFUR  ANALYSIS OF  AIR  POLLU-
TION   SAMPLES   CONTAINING  SUL-
FURIC ACID  WITH A VACUUM X-RAY
FLUORESCENCE.
                          ESR76-00885
  X-RAY  FLUORESCENSE  MULTISPEC-
TROMETER  FOR  RAPID  ELEMENTAL
ANALYSIS  OF  PARTICULATE  POLLU-
TANTS.
                          ESR76-00906
  CHEMICAL  CHARACTERIZATION  OF
PARTICULATE  EMISSIONS  FROM OIL-
FIRED POWER PLANTS.
                         ESR76-00911 +
  PHYSICAL  CHARACTERIZATION  OF
PARTICULATE  EMISSIONS  FROM OIL-
FIRED POWER PLANTS.
                          ESR76-00932
  SIMULTANEOUS                MUL-
TIWAVELENGTH  SPECTROMETER FOR
RAPID  ELEMENTAL  ANALYSIS   OF
PARTICULATE POLLUTANTS.
                          ESR77-01018
  SULFUR  AND TRACE  METAL  PAR-
TICULATE   EMISSIONS  FROM   COM-
BUSTION SOURCES.
                         ESR78-01029+
  COLLECTION  METHODS  FOR  THE
DETERMINATION   OF   STATIONARY
SOURCE  PARTICULATE SULFUR AND
OTHER ELEMENTS.
                          ESR78-01058

Benson, FB
  IMPROVING THE DYNAMIC  RESPON-
SES OF CONTINUOUS AIR POLLUTANT
MEASUREMENTS WITH A COMPUTER.
                          ESR65-00349
  THE CHATTANOOGA  SCHOOL  CHIL-
DREN STUDY:  EFFECTS OF COMMUNI-
TY EXPOSURE  TO NITROGEN DIOXIDE.
1. METHODS, DESCRIPTION OF POLLU-
TANT EXPOSURE, AND RESULTS  OF
VENTILATORY  FUNCTION TESTING.
                          HER70-01199
  THE CHATTANOOGA  SCHOOL  CHIL-
DREN STUDY:  EFFECTS OF COMMUNI-
TY EXPOSURE  TO NITROGEN DIOXIDE.
2. INCIDENCE  OF ACUTE  RESPIRATO-
RY ILLNESS.
                          HER70-01200
  AIR  POLLUTION EPISODES: A GUIDE
FOR   HEALTH  DEPARTMENT  PHYSI-
CIANS.
                          HER71-01289
  THE STRATEGY FOR DETERMINING
THE  EFFECTS  OF  ENVIRONMENTAL
POLLUTION ON HUMAN HEALTH.
                          HER72-01371
  SURVEILLANCE  OF AIR QUALITY: A
BASIC  REQUIREMENT FOR  HEALTH
EFFECTS STUDIES.
                        HER72-01375* +
  INDOOR-OUTDOOR   AIR  POLLUTION
RELATIONSHIPS:     A    LITERATURE
REVIEW.
                         HER72-01379 +
  A   VERSATILE  DATA  ACQUISITION
AND   RETRIEVAL SYSTEM  FOR EN-
VIRONMENTAL MONITORS.
                          HER72-01389
  A    PROGRAM    OF    MONITORING
HUMAN  EXPOSURE  FOR  HEALTH  EF-
FECTS RESEARCH TO DEVELOP SHORT
AND LONG-TERM STANDARDS.  19 PP.
                         HER72-01390+
  A   PROGRAM    OF    COMMUNITY
HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUR-
VEILLANCE STUDIES (CHESS).
                          HER72-01405
  SIZE    DISTRIBUTION     CHARAC-
TERISTICS  OF AIRBORNE  SUSPENDED
PARTICULATE MATTER IN SELECTED
SITES. 12 PP.
                          HER73-01480
  INDOOR-OUTDOOR AIR  POLLUTION
RELATIONSHIPS:  VOL.  II -  AN  AN-
NOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY.
                          HER73-01500
  FREQUENCY   AND  SEVERITY   OF
CARDIOPULMONARY   SYMPTOMS   IN
ADULT  PANELS:  1970-1971  NEW YORK
STUDIES.
                          HER74-01554
  VENTILATORY     FUNCTION     IN
SCHOOL CHILDREN: 1967-1968 TESTING
IN CINCINNATI NEIGHBORHOODS.
                          HER74-01560
  AN OVERVIEW OF CHESS.
                          HER74-01570
  THE  COMMUNITY   HEALTH  AIR
MONITORING PROGRAM.
                        HER74-01575* +
  A  FEEDBACK APPROACH  FOR OB-
TAINING VALID AEROMETRIC DATA.
                          HER75-01649*
  A  FACILITY FOR  THE EXPOSURE OF
HUMANS  TO CONTROLLED  ENVIRON-
MENTAL POLLUTANTS.
                          HER75-01650*
  EXPOSURE MONITORING AND COM-
MUNITY HEALTH STUDIES.
                          HER76-01713
  INDOOR AIR QUALITY.
                          HER77-01880

Benson, WW
  IMPLICATION         OF        OR-
GANOPHOSPHATE   PESTICIDE  POISON-
ING  IN THE  PLANE  CRASH OF  A
DUSTER PILOT.
                          HER71-01272

Bergman, FJ
  MEASUREMENT   OF   ATMOSPHERIC
SULFATES: LITERATURE  SEARCH AND
METHODS SELECTION.
                         EMS76-00071 +
  COLLABORATIVE   STUDY   OF  EPA
METHODS 13A AND 13B.
                          EMS77-00098

Bergman, H
  HEPATIC  PORPHYRIA  INDUCED BY
2,3,7,8-TETRACHLORODIBENZO-P-DIOX-
IN IN THE MOUSE.
                          HER73-01450
  A   COMPARATIVE STUDY   OF  TWO
POLYCHLORINATED  BIPHENYL  MIX-
TURES  (ARACLORS  1242 AND  1016)
CONTAINING  42%  CHLORINE  ON IN-
DUCTION  OF   HEPATIC  PORPHYRIA
AND DRUG METABOLIZING ENZYMES.
                          HER75-01623
  TOXICOLOGICAL   ASSESSMENT  OF
HEXACHLOROBIPHENYL      ISOMERS
AND     2,     3,     7,     8     -
TETRACHLORODIBENZOFURAN      IN
CHICKS.   II,   EFFECTS   ON   DRUG
METABOLISM AND PORPHYRIN ACCU-
MULATION.
                          HER76-01728

Berkau, EE
  STUDY  OF  AIR  POLLUTANT  EMIS-
SIONS  FROM   OIL-FIRED   DOMESTIC
HEATING EQUIPMENT.
                          ESR72-00640*
  COMBUSTION INTENSITY RELATION-
SHIP  TO  AIR POLLUTION EMISSIONS
FROM    A    MODEL   COMBUSTION
SYSTEM.
                          IER71-01962*
  EFFECTS  OF FUEL ADDITIVES  ON
AIR   POLLUTANT  EMISSIONS  FROM
DISTILLATE-OIL-FIRED FURNACES.
                           IER71-01963
  AN  INVESTIGATION OF THE  CON-
VERSION     OF    VARIOUS     FUEL
NITROGEN COMPOUNDS  TO NITROGEN
OXIDES IN OIL COMBUSTION.
                          IER71-01966*
  THE STATUS OF EPA'S COMBUSTION
PROGRAM  FOR  CONTROL OF NITOR-
GEN  OXIDE  EMISSIONS FROM  STA-
TIONARY  COMBUSTION SOURCES.
                         IER72-01985+
  EVALUATION   OF   VARIOUS  COM-
BUSTION  MODIFICATION TECHNIQUES
FOR  CONTROL  OF   THERMAL  AND
FUEL-RELATED    NITROGEN    OXIDE
EMISSIONS.
                          IER72-02001"
  THE EPA  RESEARCH AND DEVELOP-
MENT  PROGRAM TO  CONTROL  AIR
POLLUTION   FROM   DOMESTIC   AND
COMMERCIAL HEATING  SYSTEMS.
                         IER72-02002* +
  INTERACTIONS  OF  STACK  GAS  SUL-
FUR AND NITROGEN  OXIDES ON DRY
SORBENTS.
                           IER73-02009
  CATALYTIC COMBUSTION, A POLLU-
TION-FREE  MEANS OF  ENERGY CON-
VERSION?
                           IER73-02010
  EFFECTIVENESS    OF   SELECTIVE
FUEL   ADDITIVES  IN  CONTROLLING
POLLUTION      EMISSIONS      FROM
RESIDUAL-OIL-FIRED BOILERS.
                           IER73-02012
  RELATIONSHIP  OF  BURNER DESIGN
TO THE CONTROL OF NOX EMISSIONS
THROUGH  COMBUSTION  MODIFICA-
TION.
                           IER73-020I8
  THE CHEMISTRY OF NITROGEN  OX-
IDES  AND  CONTROL  THROUGH COM-
BUSTION  MODIFICATIONS.
                           IER73-02020
  INFLUENCE OF DESIGN VARIABLES
ON THE  PRODUCTION  OF  THERMAL
AND  FUEL NO  FROM RESIDUAL  OIL
AND COAL  COMBUSTION.
                          IER73-02030*
  EPA LOOKS AT NOX ABATEMENT.
                         IER73-02034* +
  STUDY  OF AIR  POLLUTANT  EMIS-
SIONS  FROM RESIDENTIAL  HEATING
SYSTEMS.
                           IER74-02041

Berkley, RW
  ESTIMATION          OF          N-
NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE LEVELS IN
AMBIENT  AIR BY  CAPILLARY  GAS-
LIQUID      CHROMATOGRAPHY/MASS
SPECTROMETRY.
                           ESR76-00897
  N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE IN AIR.
                           ESR76-00921

Berlin, A
  INTERCOMPARISON   PROGRAM   OF
SULFUR DIOXIDE ANALYSES.
                         EMS75-00062+

Berman, E
  A    DENTAL    CHART   OF    THE
DOMESTIC CAT (FELIS CATUS L.).
                         HER67-01147 +
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                                                                                                        Black, JA
  BONE       AND      SOFT-TISSUE
NEOPLASMS  IN  CATS  EXPOSED  TO
RADIOSTRONTIUM.
                          HER72-01310
  WHAT IS  YOUR DIAGNOSIS?
                        HER73-01407 +
  INTESTINAL TORSION IN THE CAT.
                          HER73-01413
  POSTNATAL     BODY      WEIGHT
CHANGES OF DOMESTIC CATS  MAIN-
TAINED IN  AN OUTDOOR COLONY.
                          HER73-01419
  HEMOGRAM OF THE CAT  DURING
PREGNANCY   AND LACTATION  AND
AFTER LACTATION.
                        HER74-01S14+
  OBSERVATIONS OF MOUSE FETUSES
AFTER  IRRADIATION  WITH  2.45 GHZ
MICROWAVES.
                        HER78-01936+

Herman, E (Ed.)
  BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE CAT.
                        HER74-01513 +
  BIBLIOGRAPHY   OF    THE   CAT:
REVISED EDITION.
                        HER76-01717 +

Bernheim, NJ
  THE  EFFECT  OF  GAMMA  CHLOR-
DANE ON SYNCHRONIZED LYMPHOMA
CELLS AND THE INHIBITION OF CELL
DIVISION.
                          HER70-01196
  DENSITY   GRADIENT  ANALYSIS  OF
NEWLY  REPLICATED   DNA   FROM
SYNCHRONIZED  MOUSE  LYMPHOMA
CELLS.
                          HER71-01285

Bernstein, AB
  TEMPERATURE  PATTERNS   ALONG
THE ATLANTIC AND GULF COASTS.
                         ESR59-00171 +

Berry, MA
  DEVELOPING   REGULATORY   PRO-
GRAMS FOR THE CONTROL OF ACID
PRECIPITATION.
                        HER77-01801 +

Bethea, RM
  SOLUTION   FOR  FEEDLOT   ODOR
CONTROL PROBLEMS.
                         IER72-01986+
  COMPARISON  OF HYDROGEN SUL-
FIDE ANALYSIS  TECHNIQUES.
                         IER73-02003 +

Bethke, GW
  REMOTE  MEASUREMENT OF SMOKE
PLUME    TRANSMITTANCE     USING
LIDAR.
                          ESR72-00652

Billedeau, SM
  DESIGN,  FABRICATE  AND  DEMON-
STRATE AN INSTRUMENT FOR ASSAY-
ING BENZO(A)PYRENE.
                          ESR74-00775

Billy, LJ
  SERUM  ENZYMES  IN  EXPERIMEN-
TAL BALLISTIC INJURY TO EXTREMI-
TIES.
                          HER71-01217

Binkowski, FS
  AN  ALGORITHM FOR  CALCULATING
THE DAY OF THE WEEK  AS A  FUNC-
TION OF THE DATE.
                         ESR74-00727 +
  ON  THE  EMPIRICAL  RELATIONSHIP
BETWEEN THE RICHARDSON NUMBER
AND  THE  MONIN-OBUKHOV  STABILI-
TY PARAMETER.
                         ESR75-00788 +
  MODELING RADIATIVE TRANSFER IN
THE  PLANETARY  BOUNDARY  LAYER:
PRELIMINARY RESULTS.
                         ESR76-00859 +

Birbaum, M
  FLUORESCENCE   AMBIENT  NO  2
MONITOR  WITH  FLASHLAMP  PUMP-
ING.
                           ESR77-01007

Bird, AN
  PARTICULATE SIZING TECHNIQUES
FOR CONTROL DEVICE EVALUATION.
                        IER73-02026 +

Birks, L
  LOW    COST    COMPACT    X-RAY
FLUORESCENCE ANALYZER FOR ON-
SITE  MEASUREMENT OF TRACE ELE-
MENTS  IN  AIRBORNE PARTICULATER
EMISSIONS.
                         ESR75-00815 +

Biros, FJ
  APPLICATIONS  OF  COMBINED  GAS
CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS        SPEC-
TROMETRY  TO  PESTICIDE  RESIDUE
IDENTIFICATIONS.
                         HER71-01236+
  RECENT   APPLICATIONS   OF  MASS
SPECTROMETRY AND COMBINED GAS
CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS        SPEC-
TROMETRY  TO  PESTICIDE  RESIDUE
ANALYSIS.
                         HER71-01237 +
  INTRODUCTION TO THE SYMPOSIUM:
IDENTIFICATION  OF PESTICIDES  AT
THE RESIDUE LEVEL.
                        HER71-01238+
  AN  INTEGRATED  GAS CHROMATO-
GRAPH-FLAME   IONIZATION   DETEC-
TOR-MASS   SPECTROMETER   SYSTEM
PESTICIDE RESIDUE ANALYSIS.
                         HER71-01248+
  POSITIVE  CHEMICAL  IONIZATION
MASS   SPECTRA   OF   POLYCYCLIC
CHLORINATED PESTICIDES.
                        HER72-01342+
  NEGATIVE  CHEMICAL IONIZATION
MASS   SPECTRA   OF    POLYCYCLIC
CHLORINATED INSECTICIDES.
                          HER72-01349
  A  METHOD   FOR  SAMPLING  AND
ANALYSIS  OF PROPOXUR IN AIR.
                          HER72-01353
  OXYCHLORDANE    RESIDUE    IN
HUMAN ADIPOSE TISSUE.
                         HER73-01437 +
  DETERMINATION  OF  METASTABLE
TRANSITIONS IN THE MASS SPECTRA
OF PESTICIDES  BY DIRECT ANALYSIS
OF DAUGHTER IONS.
                        HER73-OI472* +
  ULTRA-TRACE   TECHNIQUES   FOR
ANALYSIS  OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES BY
GAS   CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS  SPEC-
TROMETRY.
                        HER73-01473* +
  DETERMINATION  OF  METASTABLE
TRANSITIONS IN THE MASS SPECTRA
OF PESTICIDES  BY DIRECT ANALYSIS
OF DAUGHTER IONS.
                         HER74-01542+
  A   STUDY  OF   INTERMOLECULAR
COMPLEXES  OF  BIS(P-CHLOROPHEN-
YL) ACETIC ACID  AND SOME BIOLOGI-
CALLY SIGNIFICANT COMPOUNDS.
                          HER74-01544
  ANALYSIS   OF   ENVIRONMENTAL
SAMPLES FOR TCDD RESIDUES.
                         HER74-01545*
  POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE CHEMICAL
IONIZATION MASS  SPECTRA OF  SOME
AROMATIC CHLORINATED PESTICIDES.
                          HER 75-01618

Bishop, Y
  CARCINOGENICITY    OF   ORGANIC
FRACTIONS OF  PARTICULATE  POLLU-
TANTS  COLLECTED  IN  NEW   YORK
CITY   AND  ADMINISTERED   SUBCU-
TANEOUSLY TO INFANT MICE.
                          HER72-01307

Bivens, JF
  CIGARETTE  SMOKING,  AIR  POLLU-
TION,  AND SOCIOECONOMIC  STATUS
IN   RELATION   TO   ACUTE    AND
CHRONIC RESPIRATORY DISEASE.
                         HER72-01366*
  IMPACT OF AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
AND AIR POLLUTION UPON RESPIRA-
TORY   SYMPTOMS  IN  ASTHMATICS
AND ELDERLY PATIENTS.
                         HER72-01395 +

Black, FM
  CHEMILUMINESCENT METHOD FOR
ANALYSIS OF NITROGEN COMPOUNDS
IN  MOBILE SOURCE  EMISSIONS (NO,
NO2, AND NH3).
                           ESR73-00695
  CHEMILUMINESCENT METHOD FOR
NO AND NOX (NO +NO2) ANALYSIS.
                         ESR74-00770+
  METHODOLOGY   FOR ASSIGNMENT
OF A   HYDROCARBON  PHOTOCHEMI-
CAL REACTIVITY  INDEX  FOR  EMIS-
SIONS FROM MOBILE SOURCES.
                         ESR75-00805+
  THE    APPLICATION   OF   TOTAL
HYDROCARBON   FLAME   IONIZATION
DETECTORS  TO  THE  ANALYSIS  OF
HYDROCARBON    MIXTURES    FROM
MOTOR VEHICLES.
                         ESR75-00842+
  PATTERNS OF HYDROCARBON  EMIS-
SIONS FROM 1975 PRODUCTIONS CARS.
                         ESR75-00843 +
  EFFECT OF  FUEL COMPOSITION ON
THE FLAME  IONIZATION  DETECTION
OF HYDROCARBONS,
                         ESR76-00860+
  A GAS CHROMATOORAPHIC METHOD
FOR     DIRECT     ANALYSIS     OF
PHOTOCHEMICALLY    NON-REACTIVE
HYDROCARBONS.
                         ESR76-0086I +
  THE IMPACT OF EMISSION CONTROL
TECHNOLOGY  ON  PASSENGER  CAR
HYDROCARBON  EMISSION  RATES AND
PATTERNS.
                         ESR77-00953 +
  AUTOMOTIVE HYDROCARBONS  EMIS-
SION  PATTERNS  AND THE MEASURE-
MENT  OF  NONMETHANE  HYDROCAR-
BON EMISSIONS RATES.
                         ESR78-01030+
  CHEMILUMINESCENCE    MEASURE-
MENT   OF  REACTIVITY   WEIGHTED
ETHYLENE-EQUIVALENT   HYDROCAR-
BONS.
                         ESR78-01031 +

Black, JA
  MEASUREMENT   OF   MICROWAVE
RADIATION ABSORBED BY  BIOLOGI-
CAL SYSTEMS, ANALYSIS  BY DEWAR-
FLASK CALORIMETRY.
                          HER77-01802
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Black, JA
Blackman, CF Jr
  AN EVALUATION OF COLOR  RADIO-
GRAPHS OF INDUSTRIAL USE: THE RE
EXPOSURE METHOD.
                        HER64-01139 +
  THE ACTION  OF COBALT 60 GAMMA
RAYS  AT   LIQUID  NITROGEN  TEM-
PERATURE  ON  FROZEN   AQUEOUS
DNA SOLUTIONS.
                          HER67-01I48
  ENHANCEMENT  OF RADIATION EF-
FECTS  BY  PHOSPHATE BUFFER AT  77
K.
                          HER69-01167
  THE   PHYSIOLOGICAL  STATE   OF
AGING  MICE  AS  REPRESENTED  BY
QUALITATIVE RNA MEASUREMENTS.
                          HER69-01168
  METHODS TO EXAMINE MOLECULAR
DOMAINS-ACRYLMIDE   GEL   ELEC-
TROPHORESIS.
                        HER71-01201 +
  GENETIC SYSTEMS  FOR THE STUDY
OF ENVIRONMENTAL STRESSES.
                        HER71-01202+
  EFFECTS  OF  CELL PHYSIOLOGICAL
CONDITIONS ON  MAMMALIAN  HOST
CELL REACTIVATION.
                         HER73-01421*
  EFFECTS  OF  NON-IONIZING  ELEC-
TROMAGNETIC  RADIATION ON  SINGLE
CELL BIOLOGICAL  SYSTEMS.
                        HER75-01594+
  RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN  2.45  GHZ
MICROWAVE   EXPOSURE,   TEMPERA-
TURE AND  SPONTANEOUS  GENE CON-
VERSION.
                        HER75-01597 +
  THE  EFFECT OF  MICROWAVE EXPO-
SURE  ON  BACTERIA: MUTATION  IN-
DUCTION.
                        HER76-01768 +
  MEASUREMENT   OF   MICROWAVE
RADIATION  ABSORBED  BY  BIOLOGI-
CAL SYSTEMS, I, ANALYSIS  OF HEAT-
ING AND COOLING DATA.
                          HER77-01796
  MEASUREMENT   OF   MICROWAVE
RADIATION  ABSORBED  BY  BIOLOGI-
CAL SYSTEMS, ANALYSIS  BY DEWAR-
FLASK CALORIMETRY.
                         HER77-01802 +
Black wood, T
  NEW  CONCEPTS  FOR  CONTROL OF
FUGITIVE DUST.
                           IER79-02346

Blagun, BE
  ANGULAR  FLOW INSENSITIVE  PITOT
TUBE SUITABLE FOR USE WITH STAN-
DARD STACK TESTING EQUIPMENT.
                          EMS79-00122

Blake, D
  METEOROLOGICAL  SUMMARIES  OF
IMPORTANCE TO  AIR POLLUTION  IN
WESTERN SAN DIEGO COUNTY.
                           ESR57-00152
  PARTICULATE CONTROL  IN ENERGY
PROCESSES.
                           IER76-02172

Blemel, KG
  ANALYZING  AIR POLLUTANT CON-
CENTRATION AND  DOSAGE DATA.
                           ESR67-00429

Blommer, EJ
  THE  INFLUENCE OF COLD ON MOR-
TALITY  FROM  STREPTOCOCCI   FOL-
LOWING OZONE EXPOSURE.
                          HER65-01140
  ACUTE  TOXICITY  OF  IRRADIATED
AUTO EXHAUST.
                          HER67-01146
  EFFECT OF AIR  POLLUTION ON AL-
TERATION   OF  SUSCEPTIBILITY   OF
PULMONARY INFECTION.
                          HER68-01153
  ALTERATION  OF  PATHOGENIC ROLE
OF STREPTOCOCCI GROUP C IN MICE
CONFERRED  BY PREVIOUS  EXPOSURE
TO OZONE.
                          HER71-01276
  INFLUENCE OF  MODE OF DOSE  ON
TOXICITY OF NITROGEN DIOXIDE.
                         HER75-01615*
  TIME-DOSE      RESPONSE      FOR
NITROGEN DIOXIDE EXPOSURE IN  AN
INFECTIVITY MODEL SYSTEM.
                          HER76-01723
  RELATIONSHIPS           BETWEEN
NITROGEN DIOXIDE CONCENTRATION,
TIME, AND  LEVEL OF  EFFECT USING
AN ANIMAL INFECTIVITY MODEL.
                          HER77-01832
  INFLUENCE  OF  EXPOSURE  MODE
ON  THE  TOXICITY  OF  NITROGEN
DIOXIDE.
                          HER79-01952

Blomquist, W
  BIOCHEMICAL   CHANGES   IN   HU-
MANS  UPON EXPOSURE TO SULFURIC
ACID AEROSOL AND EXERCISE.
                          HER79-01941
  BIOCHEMICAL   CHANGES   IN   HU-
MANS   UPON EXPOSURE  TO  OZONE
AND EXERCISE.
                          HER79-01945

Bockstahler, LE
  ULTRAVIOLET-ENHANCED     REAC-
TIVATION   OF   HERPES   VIRUS   IN
HUMAN TUMOR CELLS.
                           HER74-01515

Boksleitner, RPV
  AIR QUALITY CRITERIA.
                           HER73-01483

Boksleitner, RPV (Ed.)
  AIR    POLLUTION:   AIR   QUALITY
CRITERIA FOR CARBON MONOXIDE
                         HER72-01399+
  AIR    POLLUTION:   AIR   QUALITY
CRITERIA FOR NITROGEN OXIDES.
                         HER73-01487+
  AIR    POLLUTION;   AIR   QUALITY
CRITERIA FOR PHOTOCHEMICAL  OXI-
DANTS   AND  RELATED   HYDROCAR-
BONS.
                         HER74-01580+

Bonfield, BA
  DETERMINATION  OF  ORGANIC  AND
TOTAL   LEAD  IN  THE  ATMOSPHERE
BY   ATOMIC    ABSORPTION   SPEC-
TROMETRY.
                           EMS73-00029

Bonomo, FS
  UPPER LIMITS  FOR STRATOSPHERIC
C10NO  2 FROM BALLOON-BORNE  IN-
FRARED MEASUREMENTS.
                           ESR77-01000

Boone, JE
  PROPERTIES      OF     AMMONIUM
SULFATE,   AMMONIUM   BISULFATE,
AND SULFUR DIOXIDE SOLUTIONS IN
AMMONIA SCRUBBING PROCESSES.
                          IER73-02011 +
Boozer, EL
  ON THE CHEMISTRY OF THE ISOME-
RIC      DICHLORODIPHENYLACETAL-
DEHYDES    RELATED    TO    DDT.
STEREOELECTRONIC EFFECTS  IN THE
HYDROLYSIS   OF   THEIR   CYCLC
ACETALS.
                          HER71-01225

Borgwardt, RH
  SELECTED STUDIES  ON  ALKALINE
ADDITIVES  FOR SULFUR OXIDE CON-
TROL.
                          IER71-01964+
  PHYSICAL   PROPERTIES  OF  CAR-
BONATE  ROCKS  RELATED  TO  SO2
REACTIVITY.
                          IER72-01984+
  EPA/RTP PILOT  STUDIES  RELATED
TO  UN SATURATED  OPERATION  OF
LIME AND LIMESTONE SCRUBBERS.
                          IER74-02055+
  INCREASING  LIMESTONE  UTILIZA-
TION IN FLUE GAS DESULFURIZATION
SYSTEMS.
                          IER75-02096+
  IERL-RTP  SCRUBBER  STUDIES  RE-
LATED  TO FORCED OXIDATION.
                          IER76-02114+
  EFFECT OF FORCED  OXIDATION ON
LIMESTONE/SOX    SCRUBBER    PER-
FORMANCE
                          IER77-02176+
  SLUDGE OXIDATION  IN LIMESTONE
FGD SCRUBBERS.
                          IER77-02177+
  SIGNIFICANT EPA-RTP PILOT PLANT
RESULTS.
                          IER78-02263 +
  RECENT  RESULTS   FROM    EPA'S
LIME/LIMESTONE   SCRUBBING   PRO-
GRAMS   -   ADIPIC    ACID   AS   A
SCRUBBER ADDITIVE.
                           IER79-02337

Bornstein, LJ
  DISPOSAL  OF  BY-PRODUCTS  FROM
NON-REGENERABLE     FLUE     GAS
DESULFURIZATION   SYSTEMS  -  A
STATUS REPORT.
                           IER74-02062
  DISPOSAL  OF  BY-PRODUCTS  FROM
NON-REGENERABLE     FLUE     GAS
DESULFURIZATION SYSTEMS.
                          IER74-02065*

Bo wen,  JS
  SELECTED STUDIES  ON ALKALINE
ADDITIVES  FOR SULFUR OXIDE CON-
TROL.
                           IER71-01964
  RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FOR
IMPROVING      ODOR      CONTROL
TECHNOLOGY.
                          IER73-02035*
  STATUS   OF   EPA'S   COMBUSTION
RESEARCH    PROGRAM    FOR    RE-
SIDENTIAL  HEATING EQUIPMENT.
                          IER74-02067*
  OVERVIEW OF  EPA'S NOX CONTROL
TECHNOLOGY FOR STATIONARY COM-
BUSTION SOURCES.
                          IER74-02069*
  REPORT ON STATIONARY  SOURCE
COMBUSTION SYMPOSIUM.
                           IER76-02I19
  DEVELOPMENT   OF   COMBUSTION
MODIFICATION   TECHNOLOGY   FOR
STATIONARY SOURCE NOX CONTROL.
                           IER76-02137
  NOX  CONTROL  TECHNOLOGY FOR
STATIONARY SOURCES.
                           IER76-02164
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                                                                                                    Bridbord, K
  STATIONARY   SOURCE   CONTROL
TECHNOLOGY FOR NOX.
                         IER77-02178 +
  CONTROL  OF  NOX   FROM  COM-
BUSTION.
                          IER78-02296
  INTRODUCTORY REMARKS.
                         IER79-02330+

Bo wen, JS (Chairman)

  PROCEEDINGS  OF THE STATIONARY
SOURCE   COMBUSTION  SYMPOSIUM,
VOLS. I AND II
                         IER76-02118 +
  PROCEEDINGS    OF    STATIONARY
SOURCE   COMBUSTION  SYMPOSIUM,
VOL.  III.  FIELD  TESTING  AND  SUR-
VEYS.
                         IER76-02158+
  PROC. OF THE STATIONARY  SOURCE
COMBUSTION  SYMP.  2ND.  VOL.  I.
SMALL  INDUSTRIAL,   COMMERCIAL,
AND RESIDENTIAL SYSTEMS.
                         IER77-02199+
  PROC. OF THE STATIONARY  SOURCE
COMBUSTION  SYMP.  2ND.  VOL.  II.
UTILITY   AND   LARGE  INDUSTRIAL
BOILERS.
                         IER77-02200+
  PROC. OF THE STATIONARY  SOURCE
COMBUSTION SYMP.  2ND. VOLUME III.
STATIONARY   ENGINE,  INDUSTRIAL
PROCESS COMBUSTION SYSTEMS, AND
ADVANCED PROCESSES.
                         IER77-02201 +
  PROC. OF THE STATIONARY  SOURCE
COMBUSTION  SYMP.,  2ND. VOL. IV.
FUNDAMENTAL          COMBUSTION
RESEARCH.
                         IER77-02202 +
  PROC. OF THE STATIONARY  SOURCE
COMBUSTION SYMPOSIUM, 2ND.  VOL.
V. ADDENDUM.
                         IER77-02203 +
  PROCEEDINGS  OF  THE THIRD  STA-
TIONARY  SOURCE COMBUSTION  SYM-
POSIUM:  VOL.  I. UTILITY, INDUSTRI-
AL, COMMERCIAL, AND  RESIDENTIAL
SYSTEMS.
                         IER79-02323 +
  PROCEEDINGS  OF  THE THIRD  STA-
TIONARY  SOURCE COMBUSTION  SYM-
POSIUM:    VOL.    II.    ADVANCED
PROCESSES AND SPECIAL TOPICS.
                         IER79-02324 +
  PROCEEDINGS  OF  THE THIRD  STA-
TIONARY  SOURCE COMBUSTION  SYM-
POSIUM.  VOL.  III.   STATIONARY  EN-
GINE  AND INDUSTRIAL PROCESS COM-
BUSTION SYSTEMS.
                         IER79-02325 +
  PROCEEDINGS  OF  THE THIRD  STA-
TIONARY  SOURCE COMBUSTION  SYM-
POSIUM:   VOL.   IV.   FUNDAMENTAL
COMBUSTION  RESEARCH  AND   EN-
VIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT.
                         IER79-02326+
  PROCEEDINGS  OF  THE THIRD  STA-
TIONARY  SOURCE COMBUSTION  SYM-
POSIUM: VOL. V. ADDENDUM.
                         IER79-02327 +

Braddock, JN
  EMISSIONS  PATTERNS  OF   DIESEL-
POWERED PASSENGER  CARS.
                        ESR76-00912 +
  EMISSION  PATTERNS  OF   DIESEL-
POWERED PASSENGER  CARS-PART II.
                        ESR77-00954 +
  GASEOUS,  PARTICULATE, AND  SUL-
FUR-RELATED  EMISSIONS FROM NON-
CATALYSTS AND CATALYST EQUIPPED
VEHICLES.
                         ESR77-00955 +
  A CHARACTERIZATION OF EXHAUST
EMISSIONS  FROM  LEAN  BURN,  RO-
TARY,  AND STRATIFIED CHARGE  EN-
GINES.
                          ESR77-00980

Bradford, CM
  UPPER LIMITS FOR STRATOSPHERIC
C10NO  2  FROM BALLOON-BORNE IN-
FRARED MEASUREMENTS.
                          ESR77-01000

Bradley, J
  THE  ROLE OF CLINICAL RESEARCH
IN  ESTABLISHING  STANDARDS   FOR
ATMOSPHERIC LEAD.
                          HER73-01503

Bradow, RL
  PATTERNS OF HYDROCARBON EMIS-
SIONS  FROM 1975 PRODUCTIONS CARS.
                          ESR75-00843
  EMISSIONS  PATTERNS  OF  DIESEL-
POWERED PASSENGER CARS.
                          ESR76-00912
  A CHARACTERIZATION OF EXHAUST
EMISSIONS  FROM  LEAN  BURN,  RO-
TARY,  AND STRATIFIED CHARGE  EN-
GINES.
                          ESR77-00980
  APPLICATIONS OF ION CHROMATOG-
RAPHY TO THE  ANALYSIS  OF  AM-
MONIA AND  ALKYLAMINES  IN  AU-
TOMOBILE EXHAUST.
                          ESR78-01103

Bradway, DE
  CLEANUP  PROCEDURE  FOR   THE
DETERMINATION OF LOW  LEVELS OF
ALKYL                 PHOSPHATES,
THIOPHOSPHATES,               AND
DITHIOPHOSPHATES  IN   RAT  AND
HUMAN URINE.
                          HER71-01223
  A METHOD  FOR  CONFIRMATION OF
ORGANOPHOSPHORUS COMPOUNDS AT
THE RESIDUE LEVEL.
                          HER71-01271
  PARATHION EXPOSURE STUDIES.  A
GAS   CHROMATOGRAPHIC    METHOD
FOR THE  DETERMINATION  OF  LOW
LEVELS    OF   P-NITROPHENOL   IN
HUMAN AND ANIMAL URINE.
                        HER73-01439+
  HUMAN    EXPOSURE   TO    OR-
GANOPHOSPHORUS   PESTICIDES.    A
MODIFIED  PROCEDURE  FOR THE GAS-
LIQUID  CHROMATOGRAPHIC  ANALY-
SIS    OF     ALKYL    PHOSPHATE
METABOLITES IN URINE.
                          HER73-01459
  EXTRACTION  AND  RECOVERY  OF
ORGANOPHOSPHORUS   METABOLITES
FROM    URINE   USING   AN   ION
EXCHANGE RESIN.
                         HER75-01640*
  THE         COMPARISON       OF
CHOLINESTERASE          ACTIVITY,
RESIDUES,       AND      URINARY
METABOLITES  OF RATS EXPOSED TO
HALOGENATED       AND      NON-
HALOGENATED  ORGANOPHOSPHORUS
PESTICIDES.
                         HER75-01643*
  HUMAN  SUBJECT  EXPERIMENTS TO
ESTIMATE   REENTRY   PERIODS   FOR
MONOCROTOPHOS-TREATED TOBACCO.
                          HER76-01729
  COMPARISON OF  CHOLINESTRERASE
ACTIVITY,   RESIDUE  LEVELS,  AND
URINARY  METABOLITE   EXCRETION
OF    RATS    EXPOSED    TO    OR-
GANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDES.
                        HER77-01803 +
  ELECTRON  CAPTURE  GAS   CHRO-
MATOGRAPHIC   ANALYSIS   OF  THE
AMINE  METABOLITES  OF PESTICIDES:
DERIVATIZATION OF ANILINES.
                        HER77-01804 +
  MALATHION   EXPOSURE  STUDIES.
THE DETERMINATION  OF MONO- AND
DICARBOXYLIC  ACIDS  AND  ALKYL
PHOSPHATES IN URINE.
                        HER77-01805 +
  EXTRACTION   AND  RECOVERY  OF
ORGANOPHOSPHORUS   METABOLITES
FROM    URINE   USING   AN   ION
EXCHANGE  RESIN.
                          HER77-01854

Bradway, RM
  EMISSIONS  ASSESSMENT  OF THE
CHEMICALLY  ACTIVE  FLUID  BED
(CAFB) PROCESS.
                           IER76-02143

Braman, RS
  EVALUATION  OF TECHNIQUES FOR
MEASURING    BIOGENIC    AIRBORNE
SULFUR COMPOUNDS.
                           ESR79-01112

Brandon, CA
  APPLICATION   OF   HIGH-TEMPERA-
TURE  HYPER-FILTRATION  TO  UNIT
TEXTILE  PROCESSES  FOR   DIRECT
RECYCLE.
                          IER78-02299+

Branscoma, BV
  LUNG  FUNCTION MODELS AND  IN-
DICES.
                         ESR65-00348 +

Branson, B
  DETECTION  OF  FALLOUT   FROM
CHINESE NUCLEAR TEST OF OCTOBER
16,  1964,  BY THE NATIONAL AIR SAM-
PLING NETWORK.
                         ESR65-00313 +

Breakfield, WD
  RADIOLOGICAL SURVEYS OF  PEARL
HARBOR,  HAWAII  AND  ENVIRONS,
1966-1968.
                          HER72-01311

Bremner, F
  THE  EFFECT  OF  METHADONE  ON
HIPPOCAMPAL EEG.
                          HER74-01583

Brice, A
  CHANGES   IN  THE  ELECTROEN-
CEPHALOGRAM    FOLLOWING    SUB-
ACUTE EXPOSURE TO CARBARYL AND
BAYGON. CORRELATION  WITH EEG
CHANGES IN SUB-HUMAN PRIMATES
AFTER  CHRONIC,  LOW LEVEL  EXPO-
SURE TO BAYGON.
                         HER75-01617*

Bridbord, K
  EXPOSURE    TO    HALOGENATED
HYDROCARBONS IN THE INDOOR EN-
VIRONMENT.
                         ESR75-00801 +
  POLLUTANT BURDENS IN  HUMANS:
A   MEASURE  OF  ENVIRONMENTAL
QUALITY.
                          HER72-01369
  POLYCHLORINATED       BIPHENYL
RESIDUES IN THE PLASMA AND HAIR
OF  REFUSE  WORKERS.
                          HER72-01401
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Briner, WH
  HUMAN  MILK   AS   A   DIETARY
SOURCE OF CADMIUM AND LEAD.
                         HER73-01479
  REMARKS  ON A LEAD  STANDARD
FOR   THE    FEDERAL    GERMAN
REPUBLIC -  PROPOSED  BY THE  VDI
KOMMISSION   REINHALTUNO   DER
LUFT.
                         HER73-01502
  MEASUREMENT      OF      VINYL
CHLORIDE FROM AEROSOL SPRAYS,
                         HER75-01657
  NOBLE METALS: A  TOXICOLOGICAL
APPRAISAL  OF POTENTIAL  NEW  EN-
VIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANTS.
                         HER75-01658

Briner, WH
  THE  UPTAKE OF METHYL-MERCURY
(203HG) IN  DIFFERENT  TISSUES  RE-
LATED TO ITS NEUROTOXIC EFFECTS.
                          HER73-01484

Brna, TG
  ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT OF
EFFLUENTS   AND  SOLID   WASTES
FROM  STEAM ELECTRIC GENERATING
PLANTS.
                         IER77-02179+
  STACK GAS REHEAT -  ENERGY AND
ENVIRONMENTAL  ASPECTS.
                           IER79-02343
  EPA  PROGRAMS IN  WASTE  HEAT
UTILIZATION.
                         IER79-02349+

Bromberg, SM
  INTERCOMPARISON   PROGRAM   OF
SULFUR  DIOXIDE ANALYSES.
                          EMS75-00062
  ENVIRONMENTAL       PROTECTION
AGENCY  QUALITY ASSURANCE PER-
FORMANCE  SURVEYS.
                         EMS76-00068+
  SUMMARY     OF    AUDIT    PER-
FORMANCE:  MEASUREMENT  OF  SO2,
NO2,  CO, SULFATE,  NITRATE,  LEAD,
HI-VOL FLOW RATE
                         EMS78-00102 +
  QUALITY  ASSURANCE  IN SUPPORT
OF  ENERGY  RELATED   MONITORING
ACTIVITIES.
                          EMS79-00133
  SYMPTOM    REPORTING    DURING
RECENT   PUBLICIZED   AND   UN-
PUBLICIZED      AIR      POLLUTION
EPISODES.
                          HER71-01274
  ASTHMA AND AIR POLLUTION FROM
A COAL-FUELED POWER PLANT.
                          HER72-01367
  A    PROGRAM    OF    MONITORING
HUMAN  EXPOSURE FOR HEALTH  EF-
FECTS RESEARCH  TO DEVELOP SHORT
AND LONG-TERM STANDARDS. 19 PP.
                          HER72-01390

Brooks, JG
  SPIROMETRIC CHANGES IN NORMAL
CHILDREN WITH UPPER  RESPIRATORY
INFECTIONS.
                          HER78-01895

Brown, AR
  EVALUATION  OF  POLYURETHANE
FOAM  FOR  SAMPLING OF PESTICIDES,
POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENILS,  AND
POLYCHLORINATED  NAPHTHALENES
IN AMBIENT AIR.
                          HER77-01853
Brown, HW
  IMPLICATION        OF        OR-
GANOPHOSPHATE  PESTICIDE  POISON-
ING  IN  THE  PLANE CRASH  OF  A
DUSTER PILOT.
                          HER71-01272

Brown, JW
  INTERACTIONS  OF STACK GAS SUL-
FUR AND NITROGEN OXIDES  ON DRY
SORBENTS.
                         IER73-02009 +
  RELATIONSHIP  OF BURNER DESIGN
TO THE CONTROL OF NOX EMISSIONS
THROUGH   COMBUSTION  MODIFICA-
TION.
                          IER73-02018

Brown, MF
  DETERMINATION  OF  ATMOSPHERIC
POLLUTANTS  IN THE PARTS-PER-BIL-
LION RANGE  BY  GAS  CHROMATOG-
RAPHY.
                          ESR63-00281

Brown, MMM
  VALIDATION AND CHARACTERIZA-
TION OF  THE  L5178Y/TK+/-  MOUSE
LYMPHOMA     MUTAGEN      ASSAY
SYSTEM.
                          HER79-01949

Brown, RJ
  NOSEMATOSIS  IN  THE  SQUIRREL
MONKEY (SAIMIRI SCIUREUS).
                         HER73-01465 +

Broz, LD
  STATUS   OF   THE  PROJECT   TO
DEVELOP   STANDARDS   OF   PER-
FORMANCE FOR INDUSTRIAL FOSSIL
FUEL FIRED BOILERS.
                         IER79-02339+

Brubaker, KL
  THE PHOTOOXIDATION  OF FORMAL-
DEHYDE   AT  LOW  PARTIAL  PRES-
SURES.
                          ESR71-00595
  HYDROGEN   PEROXIDE  FORMATION
FROM  FORMALDEHYDE  PHOTOOXIDA-
TION AND  ITS  PRESENCE IN URBAN
ATMOSPHERES.
                          ESR72-00645

Brubaker, PE
  EXPOSURE    TO    HALOGENATED
HYDROCARBONS IN THE  INDOOR EN-
VIRONMENT.
                          ESR75-00801
  THE  EFFECT  OF  GAMMA  CHLOR-
DANE  ON  SYNCHRONIZED LYMPHOMA
CELLS AND THE INHIBITION OF CELL
DIVISION.
                         HER70-01196+
  THE EFFECTS  OF METHYL  MERCU-
RY  ON PROTEIN SYNTHESIS  IN  RAT
LIVER.
                         HER71-01203 +
  DENSITY  GRADIENT  ANALYSIS  OF
NEWLY   REPLICATED    DNA  FROM
SYNCHRONIZED  MOUSE   LYMPHOMA
CELLS.
                          HER71-01285
  A MODEL OF  ACUTE METHYLMER-
CURY TOXICITY.
                          HER72-01397
  THE EFFECTS OF  METHYLMERCURY
HYDROXIDE    ON     RAT     LIVER
MICROSOMAL ENZYMES.
                          HER72-01398
  DNA,  RNA,  AND PROTEIN SYNTHES-
IS  IN  THE BRAIN,  LIVER  AND KID-
NEYS  OF  ASYMPTOMATIC  METHYL-
MERCURY TREATED RATS.
                         HER73-01417+
  PHARMACODYNAMIC  ASPECTS   OF
METHYLMERCURY  INTOXICATION  IN
ASYMPTOMATIC ADULT RATS.
                         HER73-01482+
  THE UPTAKE OF METHYL-MERCURY
(203HG) IN  DIFFERENT TISSUES  RE-
LATED TO ITS NEUROTOXIC EFFECTS.
                          HER73-01484
  EFFECTS OF METHYLMERCURY  ON
MICROSOMAL  MIXED-FUNCTION  OX-
IDASE COMPONENTS OF RODENTS.
                          HER73-01490
  NOBLE METALS:  A TOXICOLOGICAL
APPRAISAL  OF  POTENTIAL NEW EN-
VIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANTS.
                         HER75-01658 +
  EFFECT  OF  PLATINUM AND  PAL-
LADIUM SALTS  ON THYMIDINE  IN-
CORPORATION INTO DNA OF RAT TIS-
SUES.
                          HER75-01677
  STUDIES  ON THE EVALUATION  OF
THE TOXICITY OF VARIOUS SALTS OF
LEAD, MANGANESE, PLATINUM, AND
PALLADIUM.
                          HER75-01681
  EXPOSURE MONITORING AND  COM-
MUNITY HEALTH STUDIES.
                          HER76-01713

Bruce, RM
  BIOCHEMICAL  AND   ULTRASTRUC-
TURAL CHANGES IN LIVER OF CAD-
MIUM-TREATED RATS.
                          HER77-01825
  BIOCHEMICAL   CHANGES   IN   HU-
MANS  UPON EXPOSURE  TO  OZONE
AND EXERCISE.
                          HER79-01945

Brumley, GW
  WHOLE  AND  DISATURATED LUNG
PHOSPHATIDYLCHOLINE  IN CORTISOL
TREATED,   INTRAUTERINE  GROWTH
RETARDED   AND   TWIN   CONTROL
LAMBS AT  DIFFERENT GESTATIONAL
AGES.
                         HER77-01806+

Bryan, SD
  MAJOR  MODIFICATIONS  TO  PDP-12
SPIROMETRY  PACKAGE,  (LETTER  TO
THE EDITOR)
                         HER73-01491 +
  AN  ON-LINE  PDP-12  SPIROMETRY
PACKAGE   THAT   SUPPORTS   BOTH
ONSITE AND REMOTE STATIONS.
                         HER75-01664 +
  THE  CLEANS/CLEVER  AUTOMATED
CLINICAL    LABORATORY   PROJECT
DATA MANAGEMENT ISSUES.
                         HER76-01718 +

Bryden, CC
  EFFECT  OF  DIETARY  LIPID  AND
DM SO ON LINDANE METABOLISM.
                          HER77-01808
  THE  IDENTIFICATION   OF  THREE
PREVIOUSLY  UNREPORTED  LINDANE
METABOLITES FROM MAMMALS.
                          HER78-01935

Bryson, RA
  ATMOSPHERIC     AEROSOLS:    IN-
CREASED  CONCENTRATIONS   DURING
THE LAST DECADE.
                           ESR68-00437
262

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                                                                                                  Bumgarner, JE
Brysson, RJ
  EFFECTS OF AIR POLLUTION ON EX-
POSED COTTON FABRICS.
                         ESR67-00428 +

Buechley, RW
  ROADSIDE   GRADIENTS   IN   AT-
MOSPHERIC    CONCENTRATIONS    OF
CADMIUM, LEAD, AND ZINC.
                          HER72-OI364
  ASTHMA AND AIR POLLUTION FROM
A COAL-FUELED POWER PLANT.
                          HER72-01367
  SO2,   N02,  PHOTOCHEMICAL  OXI-
DANT  AND  PARTICULATE: RELATION-
SHIP  TO  PERTURBATIONS  IN  MOR-
TALITY.
                       HER72-01376 +
  CADMIUM  CONTENT OF MILK AND
CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE MORTALI-
TY.
                          HER72-01384
  SULFUR DIOXIDE LEVELS AND PER-
TURBATIONS   IN   MORTALITY;    A
STUDY IN THE NEW YORK - NEW JER-
SEY METROPOLIS.
                         HER73-01492 +
Bufalini, JJ
  THE  EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE  ON
PHOTOCHEMICAL SMOG REACTIONS.
                         ESR63-00268 +
  KINETICS      OF     VAPOR-PHASE
HYDROCARBON-OZONE REACTIONS.
                         ESR65-00335 +
  NITROGEN FORMATION  FROM THE
PHOTOOXIDATION OF ETHYLENE  IN
THE   PRESENCE   OF   OXIDES   OF
NITROGEN.
                         ESR65-00336+
  PHOTOCHEMICAL  ASPECTS  OF  AIR
POLLUTION - A REVIEW.
                          ESR65-00338
  THE  THERMAL   OXIDATION   OF
NITRIC OXIDE IN THE PRESENCE  OF
ULTRAVIOLET LIGHT.
                         ESR65-00347+
  FURTHER  OBSERVATIONS  ON THE
FERROUS  AMMONIUM  THIOCYANATE
REAGENT FOR OZONE.
                         ESR67-00409+
  SYNERGISTIC   EFFECTS   IN  THE
PHOTOOXIDATION     OF     MIXED
HYDROCARBONS.
                          ESR67-00422
  GAS   PHASE  TITRATION  OF  AT-
MOSPHERIC OZONE.
                         ESR68-00451 +
  CONTINUOUS MONITORING FOR AT-
MOSPHERIC  TOTAL  OXIDANT  AND
SIMULTANEOUS  DETERMINATION  OF
OZONE BY GAS PHASE TITRATION.
                          ESR69-00474*
  OXIDATION  OF NITRIC OXIDE  IN
THE   PRESENCE  OF  ULTRAVIOLET
LIGHT AND HYDROCARBONS.
                          ESR69-00482
  SOME      OBSERVATIONS       ON
STOICHIOMETRY    OF    IODOMETRIC
ANALYSES OF OZONE AT  PH 7.0.
                          ESR71-00546
  NITRIC  ACID  AND THE NITROGEN
BALANCE OF IRRADIATED HYDROCAR-
BONS  IN  THE PRESENCE  OF OXIDES
OF NITROGEN.
                          ESR71-00590
  NITROGEN-OXYGEN COMPOUNDS IN
ATMOSPHERIC PHOTOCHEMISTRY.
                          ESR71-00591
  OXIDATION  OF  N-BUTANE BY THE
PHOTOLYSIS OF NO2.
                         ESR71-00592 +
  PHOTOCHEMICAL  ASPECTS  OF  AIR
POLLUTION - A REVIEW.
                          ESR71-00594
  THE  PHOTOOXIDATION OF FORMAL-
DEHYDE  AT   LOW  PARTIAL  PRES-
SURES.
                         ESR71-00595 +
  CONTAMINATED  SMOG  CHAMBERS
IN AIR POLLUTION RESEARCH.
                         ESR72-00639+
  HYDROGEN  PEROXIDE  FORMATION
FROM  FORMALDEHYDE PHOTOOXIDA-
TION AND  ITS PRESENCE IN  URBAN
ATMOSPHERES.
                         ESR72-00645 +
  HYDROGEN   PEROXIDE    IN   THE
URBAN ATMOSPHERE.
                          ESR72-00646
  THE  ROLE OF  CARBON MONOXIDE
IN POLLUTED ATMOSPHERES.
                          ESR72-00654
  PHOTOCHEMICAL  ASPECTS  OF  AIR
POLLUTION.
                          ESR72-00660
  HYDROGEN   PEROXIDE    IN   THE
URBAN ATMOSPHERE.
                          ESR72-00666
  PHOTOCHEMISTRY OF ATMOSPHERIC
SAMPLES IN NEW YORK.
                         ESR73-00707+
  PHOTOCHEMICAL  REACTIVITY   OF
BENZALDEHYDE-NOX  AND  BENZAL-
DEHYDE-HYDROCARBON-NOX      MIX-
TURES.
                          ESR73-00718
  DISCUSSION:  ESTIMATION  OF   NO
PHOTOOXIDATION  OF  REACTIVITIES
OF    OLEFINSFROM     MOLECULAR
STRUCTURE.
                         ESR74-00771 +
  REACTIVITIES     OF     COMPLEX
HYDROCARBON MIXTURES.
                          ESR75-00811
  ATMOSPHERIC     OXIDATION    OF
CHLORINATED  ETHYLENES.
                          ESR76-00876
  PAN  AND OXIDANT MEASUREMENT
IN AMBIENT ATMOSPHERES.
                          ESR76-00888
  OZONE  FORMATION POTENTIAL OF
ORGANIC COMPOUNDS.
                         ESR76-00913 +
  CORRESPONDENCE   ON   THE   CH
MEIDES AND STEDMAN PAPER OZONE
FORMATION FROM NOX  IN  CLEAN
AIR.
                          ESR76-00919
  LONG   PATH   INFRARED  AMBIENT
AND  LABORATORY MEASUREMENTS,
CHEMICAL  REACTIONS  AND  FREON
STUDIES.
                          ESR76-00922
  CONTAMINATION    EFFECTS    ON
OZONE FORMATION IN  SMOG CHAM-
BERS.
                         ESR77-00956+
  OZONE  FORMATION FROM  NO  X  -
SO 2 REACTIONS.
                         ESR77-00957+
  A  MECHANISM  FOR  OLEFIN-OZONE
REACTION.
                          ESR77-01019
  GAS-PHASE        PHOTOCHEMICAL
SYNTHESIS OF PEROXYACY NITRATES
VIA  CHLORIDE  -  ALDEHYDE  REAC-
TION.
                          ESR78-01043
  HALOCARBON  INTERFERENCES IN
CHEMILUMINESCENCE      MEASURE-
MENTS OF NOX.
                          ESR78-01055
  AMBIENT  AIR HYDROCARBON CON-
CENTRATIONS IN FLORIDA.
                           ESR78-01065
  URBAN  AND INDUSTRIAL AIR POL-
LUTION IN HOUSTON.
                           ESR78-01066
  HYDROCARBONS IN HOUSTON AIR.
                           ESR79-01117
  OXIDANT   FORMATION   IN   THE
GENERATION OF OZONE.
                           ESR79-01120
  HYDROGEN  PEROXIDE   FORMATION
FROM  THE PHOTOOXIDATION OF FOR-
MALDEHYDE AND ITS PRESENCE  IN
RAINWATER.
                          ESR79-01123 +

Bufalini, JJ (Ed.)
  PROCEEDINGS OF  SYMPOSIUM  ON
1975  NORTHEAST   OXIDANT  TRANS-
PORT STUDY.
                          ESR77-00958 +

Bufalini, MM
  OXIDATION OF SULFUR DIOXIDE  IN
POLLUTED    ATMOSPHERES    -    A
REVIEW.
                          ESR71-00593 +
  OZONE  FORMATION POTENTIAL OF
ORGANIC  COMPOUNDS.
                           ESR76-00913
  CONTAMINATION    EFFECTS    ON
OZONE FORMATION IN  SMOG  CHAM-
BERS.
                           ESR 77-00956

Bumgarner, JE
  MEASUREMENT                  OF
PERCHLOROETHYLENE  IN  AMBIENT
AIR.
                           EMS79-00141
  RELATIONSHIP           BETWEEN
CIGARETTE SMOKING, AMBIENT AIR
POLLUTION,  CHRONIC  RESPIRATORY
DISEASE SYMPTOMS AND INFLUENZA
ANTIBODIES.
                          HER72-01373*
  TRACE ELEMENTS IN  HAIR, AS RE-
LATED     TO     EXPOSURE      IN
METROPOLITAN NEW YORK.
                           HER75-01671
  DETERMINATION OF HUMAN BODY
BURDEN    BASELINE     DATA    OF
PLATINUM  THROUGH  AUTOPSY  TIS-
SUE ANALYSIS.
                           HER76-01788
  MATERNAL - FETAL TISSUE LEVELS
OF  16   TRACE  ELEMENTS   IN  8
SELECTED   CONTINENTAL   UNITED
STATES COMMUNITIES.
                           HER77-01818
  HUMAN SCALP HAIR: AN ENVIRON-
MENTAL   EXPOSURE   INDEX   FOR
TRACE ELEMENTS, I.  FIFTEEN  TRACE
ELEMENTS IN NEW YORK, N. Y. (1971-
72)
                           HER78-01897
  HUMAN SCALP HAIR: AN ENVIRON-
MENTAL   EXPOSURE   INDEX   FOR
TRACE ELEMENTS,   II.   SEVENTEEN
TRACE ELEMENTS IN  FOUR NEW JER-
SEY COMMUNITIES (1972).
                           HER78-01898
  TRACE  ELEMENTS,  III.  SEVENTEEN
TRACE ELEMENTS  IN BIRMINGHAM,
ALABAMA AND CHARLOTTE,  NORTH
CAROLINA (1972).
                           HER78-01899
  MATERNAL-FETAL  TISSUE   LEVELS
OF  SIXTEEN   TRACE   ELEMENTS  IN
EIGHT COMMUNITIES.
                           HER78-01900
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Bumgarner, JE
Bunas, SJ
  THE  EPA-VAN, A CLEAN ENERGY
SYSTEM FOR THE HOME.
                        IER75-02078* +

Bunch, JF
  COLLECTION   AND  ANALYSIS   OF
TRACE ORGANIC VAPOR POLLUTANTS
IN    AMBIENT    ATMOSPHERES
TECHNIQUE  FOR  EVALUATING CON-
CENTRATION OF VAPORS BY SORBENT
MEDIA.
                          ESR75-00831
  COLLECTION   AND  ANALYSIS   OF
TRACE ORGANIC VAPOR POLLUTANTS
IN AMBIENT ATMOSPHERES -  THER-
MAL   DESORPTION   OF    ORGANIC
VAPORS FROMSORBENT MEDIA.
                          ESR75-00832
  ESTIMATION          OF         N-
NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE  LEVELS IN
AMBIENT   AIR   BY  CAPILLARY  GAS-
LIQUID       CHROMATOGRAPHY/MASS
SPECTROMETRY.
                          ESR76-00897
  N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE IN AIR.
                          ESR76-00921

Burch, D
  AMBIENT CARBON MONOXIDE MONI-
TOR.
                         ESR76-00862+
  INFRARED  ABSORPTION   BY  SUL-
FURIC ACID VAPOR.
                         ESR76-00863 +

Burchard,  JK
  SOME  GENERAL  ECONOMIC  CON-
SIDERATIONS    OF     FLUE     GAS
SCRUBBING FOR UTILITIES.
                        IER72-01987* +
  EPA'S    RESEARCH,    TECHNOLOGY
PROGRAMS IN   AIR POLLUTION CON-
TROL.
                        IER72-02000* +
  SURVEY OF   THE  AIR  POLLUTION
PROBLEMS ARISING IN THE NON-FER-
ROUS METALLURGICAL INDUSTRIES.
                        IER73-02027* +
  SIGNIFICANCE    OF    PARTICULATE
EMISSIONS.
                          IER74-02044 +
  SIGNIFICANCE    OF    PARTICULATE
EMISSIONS.
                          IER75-02074 +

Burchfield, HP
  DESIGN, FABRICATE  AND DEMON-
STRATE AN INSTRUMENT  FOR ASSAY-
ING BENZO(A)PYRENE.
                           ESR74-00775

Burckle, JO
  PARTICULATE    EMISSIONS    AND
PROCESS  MONITORS.
                           IER71-01958

Burke, HW
  AMBIENT CARBON MONOXIDE EXPO-
SURES.
                           ESR69-00492

Burmann,  FJ
  A  REVIEW OF  AUTOMATED  MONI-
TORING SYSTEM FOR AIR QUALITY.
                         EMS74-00036+
  NATIONAL  MONITORING  SYSTEMS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
                        EMS74-00037+

Burns, WF
  ISOPRENE  EMISSIONS RATES FROM
LIVE OAK.
                           ESR78-01077
Burse, VW
  POLYCHLORINATED     BIPHENYLS:
DISTRIBUTION   AND   STORAGE   IN
BODY FLUIDS AND TISSUES OF SHER-
MAN RATS.
                          HER71-01229
  A    RECIPROCAL    RELATIONSHIP
BETWEEN    THE    INDUCTION    OF
DELTAAMINOLEVULINIC         ACID
SYNTHETASE  AND  DRUG  METABOL-
ISM      PRODUCED     BY      M-
DICHLOROBENZENE.
                          HER71-01266
  CHLORINATED       HYDROCARBON
PESTICIDES   AND   RELATED   COM-
POUNDS IN  ADIPOSE  TISSUE  FROM
PEOPLE OF JAPAN.
                          HER73-01444
  CHLORODIBENZO-P-DIOXIN     CON-
TAMINATIONS   OF  TWO   COMMER-
CIALLY       AVAILABLE       PEN-
TACHLOROPHENOLS.
                          HER73-01463
  POLYCHLORINATED     BIPHENYLS:
EVIDENCE   OF    TRANSPLACENTAL
PASSAGE IN THE SHERMAN RAT.
                          HER73-01466
  ADENOFIBROSIS IN THE RAT LIVER.
                          HER73-01468
  EVIDENCE   OF   CHLORODIBENZO-P-
DIOXIN AND CHLORODIBENZOFURAN
IN HEXACHLOROBENZENE.
                          HER74-01530
  POLYCHLORINATED   BIPHENYLS   -
STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION, EXCRETION,
AND RECOVERY: LIVER MORPHOLOGY
AFTER  PROLONGED DIETARY  INJEC-
TION.
                         HER74-01534+
  EVIDENCE                       OF
TETRACHLORODIBENZOFURAN  (TCDF)
IN  AROCLOR 1254R, AND THE  URINE
OF RATS  FOLLOWING DIETARY EXPO-
SURE TO AROCLOR  1254R.
                          HER75-01622
  A  COMPARATIVE STUDY  OF TWO
POLYCHLORINATED  BIPHENYL  MIX-
TURES  (ARACLORS  1242   AND   1016)
CONTAINING  42%  CHLORINE  ON  IN-
DUCTION  OF   HEPATIC  PORPHYRIA
AND DRUG METABOLIZING ENZYMES.
                          HER75-01623
  PCB METABOLISM IN RATS FOLLOW-
ING   PROLONGED   EXPOSURE   TO
AROCLOR 1242 AND  AROCLOR 1016.
                         HER76-01719+
  EPIDEMIC  KEPONE   POISONING   IN
CHEMICAL WORKERS.
                          HER78-01893

Bursey, JT
  ESTIMATION          OF          N-
NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE  LEVELS  IN
AMBIENT  AIR  BY  CAPILLARY  GAS-
LIQUID      CHROMATOGRAPHY/MASS
SPECTROMETRY.
                           ESR76-00897
  N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE IN AIR.
                           ESR76-00921

Bursian, SJ
  SOME  ASPECTS   OF  BRAIN  NEU-
ROCHEMISTRY AFTER  INTRAUTERINE
EXPOSURE TO TRITIUM.
                         HER75-01598 +
  BIOLOGICAL  ASSESSMENT OF CON-
TINUOUS  EXPOSURE TO TRITIUM AND
LEAD IN THE RAT.
                          HER76-01720
  SOME EFFECTS OF  CHRONIC TRITI-
UM  EXPOSURE  DURING  SELECTED
AGES IN THE RAT.
                          HER76-01741
Burt, EW
  METEOROLOGICAL  EVALUATION OF
EMISSIONS FROM  SUGAR CANE FIELD
BURNING  AND  SUGAR MILL STACKS
IN SOUTH-CENTRAL FLORIDA.
                         ESR70-00507 +

Burton, CS
  A    SPECTROSCOPIC    STUDY   OF
CALIFORNIA SMOG.
                           ESR75-00807

Burton, RM
  FIELD EVALUATION  OF THE HIGH-
VOLUME  PARTICLE  FRACTIONATING
CASCADE  IMPACTOR -  A TECHNIQUE
FOR RESPIRABLE SAMPLING.
                         ESR73-00722+

  EFFECTS  OF  AIR  POLLUTION  ON
VENTILATORY  FUNCTION   IN  U.S.
SCHOOL CHILDREN: RESULTS OF  STU-
DIES  IN CINCINNATI, CHATTANOOGA,
AND NEW YORK.
                          HER72-01374*
  SURVEILLANCE  OF AIR QUALITY: A
BASIC  REQUIREMENT  FOR  HEALTH
EFFECTS  STUDIES.
                          HER72-01375*
  FIELD EVALUATION  OF THE HIGH-
VOLUME  PARTICLE  FRACTIONATING
CASCADE IMPACTOR - A TECHNIQUE
FOR RESPIRABLE SAMPLING.
                         HER72-01377* +

  A  VERSATILE  DATA  ACQUISITION
AND   RETRIEVAL  SYSTEM  FOR  EN-
VIRONMENTAL MONITORS.
                          HER72-01389
  A    PROGRAM   OF    MONITORING
HUMAN EXPOSURE FOR  HEALTH EF-
FECTS RESEARCH TO DEVELOP SHORT
AND LONG-TERM STANDARDS. 19 PP.
                          HER72-01390
  CHESS  -   A  COMMUNITY  HEALTH
AND    ENVIRONMENTAL   SURVEIL-
LANCE SYSTEM.
                          HER72-01392
  SIZE    DISTRIBUTION     CHARAC-
TERISTICS OF AIRBORNE SUSPENDED
PARTICULATE  MATTER IN SELECTED
SITES. 12  PP.
                          HER73-01480
  HUMAN EXPOSURE TO AIR POLLU-
TION   IN   SELECTED   NEW  YORK
METROPOLITAN   COMMUNTIES,  1944-
1971.
                          HER74-01558
  VENTILATORY     FUNCTION     IN
SCHOOL  CHILDREN:  1970-1971   NEW
YORK STUDIES.
                          HER74-01559
  HUMAN EXPOSURE TO AIR POLLU-
TANTS IN SALT LAKE  BASIN COMMU-
NITIES, 1940-1971.
                          HER74-01561
  THE ROLE OF PERSONAL MONITORS
IN   ENVIRONMENTAL  AND  HEALTH
EFFECTS  RESEARCH.
                          HER74-01572
  NEW  COMMUNITY  HEALTH   AIR
MONITORING REQUIREMENTS.
                          HER 74-01573
  APPLICATION  AND EVALUATION OF
PORTABLE  FIELD  INSTRUMENTS  FOR
MEASURING   FORCED   EXPIRATORY
VOLUME  OF  CHILDREN  AND ADULTS
IN  ENVIRONMENTAL  HEALTH  SUR-
VEYS.
                         HER74-01574+
  THE FIELD  STATION  CALIBRATION
SYSTEM  USED  IN  THE  COMMUNITY
HEALTH AIR MONITORING PROGRAM.
                          HER75-01646*
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                                                                                                      Calvert, JG
Busch, KA
  THE  CONCENTRATION  OF  LEAD IN
AUTOMOBILE   EXHAUST  EXPOSURE
CHAMBERS.
                          HER72-01362

Bush, PV
  A  NEW  PRECHARGER  FOR  TWO-
STAGE  ESP  OF  HIGH   RESISTIVITY
DUST.
                          IER79-02303

Busse, AD
  AN   EVALUATION  OF  SMOG   CLI-
MATOLOGICAL DISPERSION MODELS.
                          ESR72-00616
  USERS  GUIDE   FOR   THE    CLI-
MATOLOGICAL DISPERSION MODEL.
                          ESR73-00681

Bustad, LK
  AGE,  STRAIN  AND DOSE-RATE  EF-
FECTS OF 89SR  IN  MICE.
                          HER72-01312

Butler, FE
  RAPID   RADIOCHEMICAL   SEPARA-
TION OF SELECTED TOXIC ELEMENTS
IN ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLES  PRIOR
TO GAMMA RAY SPECTROSCOPY.
                          EMS75-00066
  DIRECT    DETERMINATION     OF
PHOSPHORUS    IN   GASOLINE    BY
FLAMELESS   ATOMIC    ABSORPTION
SPECTROMETRY.
                          EMS78-00105
  ANALYSIS OF  FUELS BY ION CHRO-
MATOGRAPHY:   COMPARISON  WITH
ASTM METHODS.
                         EMS79-00131 +

Butler, LC
  SOME   PROBLEMS   RELATED   TO
CLEANUP    OF     PARATHION-CON-
TAMINATED  SURFACES  FOLLOWING
SPILLAGE.
                          HER76-OI764
  PERSISTENCE   OF   METHYL    AND
ETHYL PARATHION FOLLOWING  SPIL-
LAGE ON CONCRETE  SURFACES.
                          HER77-01821
  FIELD  DISPOSAL  OF  DDT:  EFFEC-
TIVENESS  OF  ACIDIFIED POWDERED
ZINC ON REDUCTION OF DDT IN SOIL.
                          HER77-01870
  TRACE  ANALYSIS  OF  THIRAM  BY
MICROCOULOMETRY.
                         HER78-01892+

Buzzard, GH
  TWO  STAGE  RESPIRABLE  AEROSOL
SAMPLER USING NUCLEPORE FILTERS
IN SERIES.
                          ESR77-01004
Cahill, DF
  DETERMINATION  OF  STRONTIUM-90
IN URINE BY ANION EXCHANGE.
                         HER66-01I44+
  BIOLOGICAL HALF-LIFE OF CESIUM-
137  IN CHILDREN  DETERMINED  BY
URINARY ASSAY.
                         HER68-01155 +
  SOME EFFECTS OF CONTINUOUS EX-
POSURE  IN UTERO ON MAMMALIAN
DEVELOPMENT.
                         HER70-01180 +
  RADIOLOGICAL SURVEYS  OF PEARL
HARBOR,   HAWAII  AND  ENVIRONS,
1966-1968.
                         HER72-01311 +
  SOME    EFFECTS    OF    LIFETIME
PARENTAL   EXPOSURE   TO   LOW
LEVELS  OF  TRITIUM  ON   THE   F2
GENERATION.
                          HER73-01423
  SOME  ASPECTS  OF  BRAIN  NEU-
ROCHEMISTRY  AFTER INTRAUTERINE
EXPOSURE TO TRITIUM.
                          HER75-01598
  NEOPLASTIC   AND   LIFE-SPAN  EF-
FECTS  OF  CHRONIC  EXPOSURE  TO
TRITIUM. I. EFFECTS  ON ADULT RATS
EXPOSED DURING PREGNANCY.
                         HER75-01599+
  NEOPLASTIC   AND   LIFE-SPAN  EF-
FECTS  OF  CHRONIC  EXPOSURE  TO
TRITIUM.   II.   RATS   EXPOSED   IN
UTERO.
                         HER75-01665 +
  DEVELOPMENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL
CHANGES   IN   THE   RAT  DURING
CHRONIC EXPOSURE TO LEAD.
                          HER75-01693
  BIOLOGICAL  ASSESSMENT OF  CON-
TINUOUS EXPOSURE TO TRITIUM AND
LEAD IN THE RAT.
                         HER76-01720+

  CHRONIC INGESTION OF  CADMIUM
IN RATS. I. ACCUMULATION AND DIS-
TRIBUTION   OF  CADMIUM  IN  TWO
GENERATIONS.
                          HER78-01912

Cahill, TA
  ELEMENTAL  ANALYSIS  OF FLY ASH
FROM  COMBUSTION OF A  LOW SUL-
FUR COAL.
                          IER75-02081*

Calafiore, DC
  CIGARETTE SMOKING,  AIR  POLLU-
TION,  AND  SOCIOECONOMIC  STATUS
IN   RELATION   TO   ACUTE  AND
CHRONIC RESPIRATORY DISEASE.
                         HER72-01366*
  THE STRATEGY FOR DETERMINING
THE  EFFECTS  OF  ENVIRONMENTAL
POLLUTION ON HUMAN HEALTH.
                          HER72-01371
  IMPACT OF AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
AND  AIR  POLLUTION UPON RESPIRA-
TORY   SYMPTOMS  IN   ASTHMATICS
AND ELDERLY PATIENTS.
                          HER72-01395
  A    PROGRAM   OF   COMMUNITY
HEALTH AND  ENVIRONMENTAL SUR-
VEILLANCE STUDIES  (CHESS).
                          HER72-01405
  PREVALENCE  OF CHRONIC RESPIRA-
TORY    DISEASE    SYMPTOMS     IN
ADULTS: 1970 SURVEY OF SALT LAKE
BASIN COMMUNITIES.
                          HER74-01553
  AGGRAVATION OF  ASTHMA  BY AIR
POLLUTANTS:   1970-1971   NEW  YORK
STUDIES.
                          HER74-015S5
  AGGRAVATION OF  ASTHMA  BY AIR
POLLUTANTS: 1971 SALT  LAKE BASIN
STUDIES.
                          HER74-01562
  FREQUENCY   OF   ACUTE   LOWER
RESPIRATORY DISEASE IN CHILDREN:
RETROSPECTIVE   SURVEY  OF  SALT
LAKE BASIN COMMUNITIES,  1967-1970.
                          HER74-01569
Calder, KL
  A  CLIMATOLOGICAL  MODEL  FOR
MULTIPLE SOURCE  URBAN  AIR POL-
LUTION.
                         ESR71-00555+
  SOME  APPLICATIONS OF GENERAL-
IZED SIMILARITY ANALYSIS TO  THE
THEORY OF ATMOSPHERIC DIFFUSION
AND EVAPORATION.
                         ESR71-00562+
  ABSORPTION  OF  AMMONIA  FROM
ATMOSPHERIC PLUMES  BY  NATURAL
WATER SURFACES.
                         ESR72-00607+
  MATHEMATICAL MODELING  OF AIR
QUALITY THROUGH CALCULATION OF
ATMOSPHERIC TRANSPORT  AND  DIF-
FUSION.
                         ESR72-00620+
  ON  ESTIMATING   AIR  POLLUTION
CONCENTRATIONS FROM A  HIGHWAY
IN AN OBLIQUE WIND.
                         ESR73-00676+
  MULTIPLE-SOURCE PLUME MODELS
OF  URBAN  AIR   POLLUTION-THEIR
GENERAL STRUCTURE.
                         ESR75-00816+
  COMMENTS    ON    STEADY-STATE
SOLUTION OF THE  SEMI-EMPHIRICAL
DIFFUSION   EQUATION  FOR  AREA
SOURCES.
                         ESR76-00864+
  SOURCE-ORIENTED  EMPIRICAL  AIR
QUALITY MODEL.
                         ESR76-00865 +

Caldwell, DE
  INDOOR-OUTDOOR  AIR  POLLUTION
RELATIONSHIPS:     A    LITERATURE
REVIEW.
                          HER72-01379
  INDOOR-OUTDOOR  AIR  POLLUTION
RELATIONSHIPS:  VOL.  II -  AN  AN-
NOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY.
                          HER73-01500

Caldwell, JJ
  THE  EVALUATION  OF   METHODS
FOR  MEASURING   SUSPENDED  PAR-
TICULATES  IN AIR.
                          EMS72-00017
  THE DISTRIBUTION AND TRANSPORT
OF AIRBORNE PARTICULATE MATTER
AND  INORGANIC   COMPONENTS  IN
GREAT BRITAIN.
                          EMS74-00051

Caldwell, MC
  RAPID METHOD FOR  DETERMINING
NOX EMISSIONS IN FLUE GASES.
                          ESR76-00857

Callahan, JT
  A  MULTIPLEXED  VECTORED INTER-
FACE  LOGIC  SYSTEM  FOR  CONTROL
OF BEHAVIORAL EXPERIMENTS.
                          HER75-01602

Calvert, JG
  COMPUTER   SIMULATION  OF  THE
CHEMISTRY OF A SIMPLE ANALOGUE
TO THE  SUNLIGHT-IRRADIATED AUTO-
EXHAUST POLLUTED ATMOSPHERE.
                         ESR72-00629+
  PHOTOLYSIS OF FORMALDEHYDE AS
A HYDROGEN ATOM SOURCE  IN  THE
LOWER ATMOSPHERE.
                         ESR72-00630+
  THE PREDICTED EFFECT OF CO ON
THE O3  LEVELS IN PHOTOCHEMICAL
SMOG SYSTEMS
                          ESR72-00631
                                                                                                               265

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Calvert, S
  THE   RELATIVE  IMPORTANCE   OF
THE VARIOUS INTERMEDIATE SPECIES
IN  OLEFIN  REMOVAL REACTIONS IN
PHOTOCHEMICAL SMOG.
                          ESR72-00632
  THE  MECHANISM OF PHOTOCHEMI-
CAL SMOG FORMATION.
                          ESR72-00633
  THE EFFECT OF CARBON MONOXIDE
ON THE CHEMISTRY OF PHOTOCHEMI-
CAL SMOG SYSTEMS.
                         ESR73-00677+
  A KINETIC STUDY OF THE  CHEMIS-
TRY OF  THE   SO2  (3B)   REACTIONS
WITH CIS  AND TRANS-2-BUTENE.
                          ESR74-00728
  THE  MECHANISM OF  THE  ISOME-
RIZATION      OF      CIS-2-BUTENE
PHOTOSENSITIZED  BY SULFUR DIOX-
IDE EXCITED WITHIN THE FIRST AL-
LOWED BAND AT 3130 ANGSTROMS.
                          ESR75-00789
  FREE RADICAL REACTIONS IN  THE
PRODUCTION   OF   PHOTOCHEMICAL
SMOG.
                          ESR76-00884

Calvert, S
  EVALUATION  OF A  PARTICULATE
SCRUBBER ON A FULL SCALE UTLITY
BOILER.
                           IER76-02146
  GRANULAR BED FILTER STUDY.
                           IER77-02194
  ENTRAINMENT   SEPARATORS   FOR
SLURRY SCRUBBERS.
                          IER79-02313 +
  A.P.T. DRY SCRUBBER FOR PARTICU-
LATE COLLECTION  AT HTP.
                          IER79-02314+
  FUNDAMENTAL  PARTICLE  COLLEC-
TION  AT  HIGH  TEMPERATURE   AND
PRESSURE.
                           IER79-02316
  VENTURI     SCRUBBER     DESIGN
MODEL.
                           IER79-02318
  FINE  PARTICLE  COLLECTION  IN A
MOBILE BED SCRUBBER.
                           IER79-02319
  NEW  CONCEPTS  FOR  CONTROL OF
FUGITIVE DUST.
                           IER79-02346

Campbell GG
  ASSESSING     AIR      POLLUTION
DAMAGE TO COATINGS.
                           ESR74-00760

Campbell, JA
  SCREENING STUDIES  ON METALLIC
SALTS USING THE  RABBIT ALVEOLAR
MACROPHAGE.
                          HER75-01614
  ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGES.
                          HER77-01845

Campbell, K
  EVALUATION  OF A  PARTICULATE
SCRUBBER ON A FULL SCALE UTLITY
BOILER.
                           IER76-02146

Campbell, KI
  DERMAL   IRRITANCY   OF   METAL
COMPOUNDS. STUDIES WITH PALLADI-
UM,  PLATINUM,  LEAD,   AND  MAN-
GANESE COMPOUNDS.
                         HER75-01666+
  PRELIMINARY  STUDIES   ON   THE
TOXICITY AND METABOLISM  OF  PAL-
LADIUM AND PLATINUM.
                          HER75-01691
Cannon, SB
  EPIDEMIC   KEPONE  POISONING  IN
CHEMICAL WORKERS.
                         HER78-01893 +

Carlson, TA
  STUDIES  OF  SULFUR  COMPOUNDS
ON SMOKE   PARTICLES  AND  OTHER
SOLIDS  BY  PHOTOELECTRON  SPEC-
TROSCOPY.
                          ESR72-00657

Carnel, A
  CARCINOGENICITY   OF   ORGANIC
FRACTIONS  OF  PARTICULATE  POLLU-
TANTS  COLLECTED  IN  NEW  YORK
CITY   AND   ADMINISTERED   SUBCU-
TANEOUSLY TO INFANT MICE.
                          HER72-01307

Carnes, RA
  SPECTROPHOTOFLUORIMETRIC
DETERMINATION OF  3-CARBON FRAG-
MENTS  AND   THEIR   PRECURSORS
WITH  ANTHRONE.  APPLICATION  TO
AIR POLLUTION.
                          ESR67-00420
  FLUORIMETRIC ASSAY  FOR  ALPHA-
GLYCOLIC COMPOUNDS  AND  OTHER
ALDEHYDE PRECURSORS.
                          ESR68-00449
  FLUORIMETRIC DETERMINATION OF
GLYCINE AND  OTHER AMINO ACIDS
WITH 2,4-PENTANEDIONE.
                          ESR68-004SO
  SPECTROPHOTOFLUORIMETRIC
DETERMINATION   OF   ALDEHYDES
WITH  DIMEDONE  AND  OTHER   RE-
AGENTS.
                          ESR68-00461

Carpenter, B
  COLLECTION  AND   ANALYSIS  OF
TRACE ORGANIC VAPOR  POLLUTANTS
IN    AMBIENT   ATMOSPHERES
TECHNIQUE  FOR  EVALUATING  CON-
CENTRATION OF VAPORS BY SORBENT
MEDIA.
                          ESR75-00831
  COLLECTION  AND   ANALYSIS  OF
TRACE ORGANIC VAPOR  POLLUTANTS
IN  AMBIENT  ATMOSPHERES - THER-
MAL    DESORPTION    OF   ORGANIC
VAPORS FROMSORBENT MEDIA.
                          ESR75-00832

Carroll, JJ
  DETERMINATION   OF   DDT   AND
METABOLITES,  INCLUDING  DDA,  IN
HUMAN  URINE BY GAS  CHROMATOG-
RAPHY.
                          HER69-01172
  FATE  OF  14C-RING  AND  14C-ETHYL
LABELED PARATHION IN THE  RHESUS
MONKEY.
                          HER71-01251
  FATE OF CU-LABELED O,P'-  DDT IN
THE RAT.
                          HER71-01252

Carter, HB
  SENSITIVITY   OF    LETTUCE   TO
OZONE.
                          HER70-01181
  SOYBEAN      CULTIVARS:    ACUTE
FOLIAR RESPONSE TO OZONE.
                          HER72-01306
  SENSITIVITY  OF   TOMATO  CUL-
TIVARS TO OZONE.
                          HER72-01319
  OZONE INDUCED FOLIAR INJURY IN
LETTUCE AND RADISH CULTIVARS.
                          HER72-01404
  OBSERVATIONS OF MOUSE FETUSES
AFTER  IRRADIATION  WITH  2.45  GHZ
MICROWAVES.
                          HER78-01936

Carter, MW
  OFFSITE  MEDICAL PLANNING  AND
MANAGEMENT FOR  AN  EXPERIMEN-
TAL    UNDERGROUND    NUCLEAR
DETONATION.
                          HER71-01230
  LONG-TERM  EVALUATION  OF  THE
BIOLOGICAL HALF-LIFE OF TRITIUM.
                          HER71-01231

Carver, BD
  TOXICITY      STUDIES       WITH
DECAMETHRIN,     A     SYNTHETIC
PYRETHROID INSECTICIDE.
                          HER-0301126
  THE FETOTOXIC POTENTIAL OF MU-
NICIPAL DRINKING  WATER  IN  THE
MOUSE.
                          HER79-01947
  FETOTOXICITY     AND    CATARAC-
TOGENICITY OF  MIREX IN RATS  AND
MICE WITH NOTES ON  KEPONE.
                          HER79-01948

Carver, GP
  OPTIMIZATION  OF  BURNER  DESIGN
PARAMETERS TO CONTROL NOX  FOR-
MATION IN  PULVERIZED COAL  AND
HEAVY OIL FLAMES.
                           IER76-02139

Casada, SS
  LIMITS OF ACCEPTABILITY  OF MUL-
TIPOINT CALIBRATIONS.
                          EMS78-00109

Caspar, ML
  13C       NUCLEAR      MAGNETIC
RESONANCE   STUDIES   OF   METHY-
LATED ANTHRACENES.
                         HER75-01627+

Cato, G
  FIELD MEASUREMENTS OF POLLU-
TANT EMISSIONS  FROM   INDUSTRIAL
BOILERS.
                           IER75-02098
  INFLUENCE     OF     COMBUSTION
MODIFICATIONS    ON    POLLUTANT
EMISSIONS     FROM     INDUSTRIAL
BOILERS.
                           IER76-02117
  TRACE   ELEMENT  AND  ORGANIC
EMISSIONS     FROM     INDUSTRIAL
BOILERS.
                           IER76-02153

Cederlof, R
  RESPIRATORY SYMPTOMS IN TWINS.
                          HER73-01489

Cermak, JE
  PHYSICAL   MODELING   OF   AT-
MOSPHERIC DIFFUSION.
                          ESR73-00688*
  APPLICATIONS      OF     PHYSICAL
MODELING TO THE INVESTIGATIONS
OF  AIR  POLLUTION  PROBLEMS  IN
URBAN AREAS.
                          ESR74-00742*
  PHYSICAL   MODELING   OF   THE
TRANSPORT  OF  AUTOMOTIVE  EMIS-
SIONS IN  A CITY STREET CANYON.
                          ESR74-00743*

Chadwick, CJ
  EFFECT  OF DIETARY   LIPID  AND
DMSO ON LINDANE METABOLISM.
                          HER77-01808
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                                                                                                     Cheney, JL
  ENHANCED  PESTICIDE  METABOL-
ISM, A PREVIOUSLY UNREPORTED EF-
FECT OF DIETARY FIBER  IN  MAM-
MALS.
                         HER78-01934

Chadwick, RW
  COMPARATIVE  METABOLISM OF LIN-
DANE IN RATS FOLLOWING ADMINIS-
TRATION BY TWO ORAL ROUTES.
                         HER-0301125
  METABOLIC  ALTERATIONS  IN THE
SQUIRREL MONKEY INDUCED BY DDT
ADMINISTRATION   AND    ASCORBIC
ACID DEFICIENCY.
                        HER71-01235 +
  COMPARATIVE    STIMULATION  OF
GAMMAHCH     METABOLISM    BY
PRETREATMENT  OF RATS WITH GAM-
MAHCH,  DDT,  AND  DDT  +  GAMMA
HCH.
                        HER71-01249+
  METABOLIC  INTERACTIONS  IN THE
SQUIRREL MONKEY INDUCED BY DDT
ADMINISTRATION   AND    ASCORBIC
ACID DEFICIENCY.
                        HER71-01250+
  BIOCHEMICAL  EFFECTS ON SQUIR-
REL  MONKEYS   OF  REPEATED  AD-
MINISTRATION OF P,P'- DDT.
                         HER72-01337
  IDENTIFICATION  OF  FIVE  UNPRO-
TECTED    LINDANE    METABOLITES
RECOVERED FROM RAT URINE.
                        HER72-01340+
  THE  EFFECT  OF  ASCORBIC ACID
DEFICIENCY  AND  PROTEIN  QUALITY
ON   STIMULATION   OF    HEPATIC
MICROSOMAL  ENZYMES  IN  GUINEA
PIGS.
                        HER72-01345+
  COMPARATIVE   ACCELERATION  OF
LINDANE     METABOLISM      TO
CHLOROPHENOLS  BY PRETREATMENT
OF  RATS WITH  LINDANE  OR WITH
DDT AND LINDANE.
                        HER72-01346+
  THE  EFFECT OF  PROTEIN  QUALITY
AND ASCORBIC ACID DEFICIENCY ON
STIMUATION        OF       HEPATIC
MICROSOMAL  ENZYMES  IN  GUINEA
PIGS.
                        HER73-01440+
  METABOLISM   OF   HEXACHLORO-
CYCLOHEXANE  TO  CHLOROPHENOLS
AND  THE   EFFECT   OF   ISOMER
PRETREATMENT      ON     LINDANE
METABOLISM IN RAT.
                          HER73-01446
  THE  EFFECT  OF AGE AND  LONG-
TERM LOW-LEVEL DDT EXPOSURE ON
THE RESPONSE  TO ENZYME  INDUC-
TION IN  THE RAT.
                        HER75-01620 +
  DEHYDROGENATION: A PREVIOUSLY
UNREPORTED  PATHWAY OF  LINDANE
METABOLISM IN MAMMALS.
                        HER75-01707 +
  ASCORBIC   ACID   REQUIREMENTS
AND METABOLISM IN  RELATION TO
ORGANOCHLORINE  PESTICIDES.
                          HER75-01710
  COMPARATIVE  ENZYME INDUCTION
AND LINDANE METABOLISM  IN RATS
PRETREATED WITH CHLORDANE, DDT,
HCB, MIREX, PENPHENE, PENTAC OR
TOXAPHENE.
                        HER77-01807+
  EFFECT  OF  DIETARY  LIPID  AND
DMSO ON LINDANE METABOLISM.
                        HER77-01808+
  ENHANCED   PESTICIDE   METABOL-
ISM, A PREVIOUSLY UNREPORTED EF-
FECT OF  DIETARY FIBER IN  MAM-
MALS.
                        HER78-01934+
  THE  IDENTIFICATION  OF   THREE
PREVIOUSLY  UNREPORTED LINDANE
METABOLITES FROM MAMMALS.
                        HER78-01935 +
  BIOISOMERIZATION OF LINDANE IN
RATS.
                          HER79-01950

Chae, K
  TOXICOLOGICAL   ASSESSMENT   OF
HEXACHLOROBIPHENYL      ISOMERS
AND       2,       3,       7,       8-
TETRACHLORODIBENZOFURAN      IN
CHICKS.  I. RELATIONSHIP  OF CHEMI-
CAL PARAMETERS.
                          HER76-01746

Chaney, LW
  A   SPECTROSCOPIC   STUDY    OF
CALIFORNIA SMOG.
                           ESR75-00807
  UNIQUE  AMBIENT CARBON  MONOX-
IDE  MONITOR BASED ON GAS FILTER
CORRELATION:  PERFORMANCE  AND
APPLICATION.
                         ESR77-00959+
  POLLUTANT  VARIABILITY IN  THE
REGIONAL AIR POLLUTION  STUDY.
                           ESR78-01068

Chaney, SQ
  BIOCHEMICAL  AND  ULTRASTRUC-
TURAL  CHANGES IN LIVER OF  CAD-
MIUM-TREATED RATS.
                          HER77-01825
  BIOCHEMICAL  CHANGES  IN   HU-
MANS UPON EXPOSURE TO SULFURIC
ACID AEROSOL AND EXERCISE.
                        HER79-01941 +
  BIOCHEMICAL  CHANGES  IN   HU-
MANS UPON  EXPOSURE  TO  OZONE
AND EXERCISE.
                        HER79-01945 +
  BIOCHEMICAL EFFECTS OF INHALA-
TION OF  SULFURIC ACID MIST  BY
HUMAN SUBJECTS WHILE AT REST.
                        HER79-OI957+

Chapman, LD
  ELECTRICITY DEMAND: PROJECT  IN-
DEPENDENCE  AND THE  CLEAN  AIR
ACT.
                         ESR75-00844+

Chapman, RA
  ASSESSMENT  OF  THE   COST  AND
PERFORMANCE   OF   PARTICULATE
CONTROL  DEVICES  FOR LOW-SULFUR
WESTERN COALS.
                         IER79-02311 +

Chapman, RS
  CHRONIC RESPIRATORY DISEASE IN
MILITARY  INDUCTEES AND PARENTS
OF SCHOOLCHILDREN.
                       HER73-01406 +
  PREVALENCE OF  CHRONIC RESPIRA-
TORY    DISEASE   SYMPTOMS    IN
ADULTS: 1970 SURVEY OF  NEW YORK
COMMUNITIES.
                          HER74-OI556
  VENTILATORY     FUNCTION     IN
SCHOOL  CHILDREN:  1970-1971   NEW
YORK STUDIES.
                          HER74-01559
  VENTILATORY     FUNCTION     IN
SCHOOL CHILDREN: 1967-1968 TESTING
IN CINCINNATI NEIGHBORHOODS.
                          HER74-01560
  HEALTH  CONSEQUENCES  OF  SUL-
FUR  OXIDES:  SUMMARY  AND  CON-
CLUSIONS  BASED UPON  CHESS STU-
DIES OF 1970-1971.
                          HER74-01568
  APPLICATION AND EVALUATION OF
PORTABLE  FIELD INSTRUMENTS  FOR
MEASURING   FORCED   EXPIRATORY
VOLUME OF CHILDREN AND ADULTS
IN  ENVIRONMENTAL   HEALTH  SUR-
VEYS.
                          HER74-01574
  DOSE  RESPONSE   RELATIONSHIPS
LINKING   SHORT-TERM  AIR  POLLU-
TION   EXPOSURES  TO  AGGRAVATION
OF  CARDIO-RESPIRATORY ILLNESS.
                         HER75-01667+
  INCREASED  RISK  OF ACUTE AND
CHRONIC  RESPIRATORY  DISORDERS
FOLLOWING  LONG-TERM AIR  POLLU-
TION  EXPOSURES.
                         HER75-01668+
  AIR  POLLUTION  AND  CHILDHOOD
VENTILATORY  FUNCTION.   I.  EXPO-
SURE  TO  PARTICULATE  MATTER IN
TWO SOUTHEASTERN CITIES 1971-1972.
                         HER76-01721 +
  DISCUSSION (ON  'HEALTH EFFECTS
OF  EXPOSURE TO LOW LEVELS  OF
REGULATED  AIR  POLLUTANTS? BY B.
G. FERRIS,  JR.).
                         HER78-01933 +

Charles, JM
  AUGMENTATION  OF  SULFATE  ION
ABSORPTION FROM THE RAT LUNG
BY  HEAVY METALS.
                         HER77-01809+

Charlson, RE
  THE SIZE OF SUSPENDED  PARTICLE
MATTER IN AIR.
                           ESR74-00787

Chasson, AL
  HUMAN  SUBJECT EXPERIMENTS TO
ESTIMATE   REENTRY   PERIODS   FOR
MONOCROTOPHOS-TREATED TOBACCO.
                          HER76-01729

Chatfield, RB
  ESTIMATES OF  THE PRODUCTION OF
CO  AND H 2 FROM  THE OXIDATION
OF  HYDROCARBON  EMISSIONS FROM
VEGETATION.
                           ESR78-01102

Chatlynne, CJ
  ESTIMATING  COSTS  OF FLUE  GAS
DESULFURIZATION   SYSTEMS   FOR
UTILITY BOILERS.
                          IER75-02095*
  FLUE  GAS  CLEANING:  FLUE  GAS
DESULFURIZATION   (REGENERABLE),
NOX,  AND  SOX/NOX.
                         IER78-02264+
  DRY FGD SYSTEMS FOR THE ELEC-
TRIC UTILITY INDUSTRY.
                           IER79-02338

Cheney, JL
  THE  APPLICATION  OF  AN  ACID
DEWPOINT  METER  FOR  THE  MEA-
SUREMENT OF SULFUR ACID/SULFUR
TRIOXIDE EMISSIONS.
                         ESR76-00914+
  DETECTION OF SOURCE LEVELS OF
SULFUR DIOXIDE  USING  A  PIEZO-
ELECTRIC  DETECTOR  & PERMEATION
MEMBRANE.
                         ESR76-00915 +
  QUENCHING    EFFECTS    IN   SO2
FLUORESCENCE MONITORING INSTRU-
MENTS.
                         ESR76-00916+
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Cheng, RF
  EVALUATION  OF  A  METHOD FOR
MEASURING PRIMARY SULFATE EMIS-
SIONS FROM COMBUSTION SOURCES.
                        ESR77-00960+
  RESEARCH   STUDY   OF   GASEOUS
EMISSIONS FROM A MUNICIPAL IN-
CINERATOR.
                        ESR77-00961 +

Cheng, RF
  THE  EFFECT  OF  DILANTIN  UPON
FIBROBLAST PROLIFERATION.
                          HER72-01326

Cher, M
  QUALITY ASSURANCE IN  SUPPORT
OF ENERGY  RELATED MONITORING
ACTIVITIES.
                        EMS79-00133 +

Chernoff, N
  TOXICITY       STUDIES       WITH
DECAMETHRIN,      A      SYNTHETIC
PYRETHROID INSECTICIDE.
                          HER-0301126
  EFFECTS  OF  VASOPRESSIN  AND
ADRENALIN ON  FETAL BLOOD PRES-
SURE.
                        HER68-01156+
  EFFECTS OF HYPOXIA ON THE CAR-
DIOVASCULAR  PHYSIOLOGY  OF MAM-
MALIAN EMBRYOS.
                        HER70-01184+
  TWO  NEW  MITES OF THE  GENUS
KLINCKOWSTROEMIA  FROM  MEXICO
(ACARINA: KLINCKOWSTROEMIIDAE).
                        HER70-01185 +
  EFFECTS OF TRYPAN BLUE ON THE
BLOOD  PRESSURE OF RAT FETUSES.
                        HER71-01212 +
  PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF THE
RAT  FETUS  TO  MATERNAL  INJEC-
TIONS    OF    EPINEPHRINE    AND
VASOPRESSIN.
                        HER71-01213 +
  EFFECTS OF MATERNAL  INJECTIONS
OF CADMIUM  ON THE RAT FETUS.
                        HER73-01436+
  TRAINING MANUAL FOR TERATOLO-
GY.
                          HER74-01518
  PRENATAL  EFFECTS   OF  DIELDRIN
AND  PHOTODIELDRIN  IN  MICE AND
RATS.
                        HER75-01600+
  FETAL TOXICITY OF  TOXAPHENE IN
RATS AND MICE.
                        HER76-01722+
  FETOTOXICITY OF KEPONE IN RATS
AND MICE.
                        HER76-01769+
  DISPOSITION  OF  14C  AND/OR 74AS-
CACODYLIC ACID IN RATS  AFTER  IN-
TRAVENOUS,   INTRATRACHEAL,   OR
PERORAL ADMINISTRATION.
                          HER77-01872
  THE FETOTOXIC POTENTIAL OF MU-
NICIPAL  DRINKING WATER  IN THE
MOUSE.
                        HER79-01947 +
  FETOTOXICITY    AND   CATARAC-
TOGENICITY  OF  MIREX IN  RATS AND
MICE WITH NOTES  ON  KEPONE.
                        HER79-01948 +

Childers, RE
  COLLABORATIVE     TESTING    OF
METHODS  TO  MEASURE AIR  POLLU-
TANTS.  I. THE HIGH-VOLUME METHOD
FOR     SUSPENDED    PARTICULATE
MATTER.
                          EMS72-00027
Chmielewski, R
  FINE  PARTICLE  COLLECTION IN  A
MOBILE BED SCRUBBER.
                           IER79-02319

Choudari, KVR
  A  COMPARATIVE  STUDY  OF THE
HEAT-STABLE,    WATER    SOLUBLE
FRACTION  AND THE ACID-PRECIPITA-
BLE  MATERIAL  OF  VIBRIO   FETUS
CULTURES.
                         HER71-01215 +

Christian, RT
  LOSS  OF PROTECTIVE FACTOR  FOR
ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGES WHEN EX-
POSED TO OZONE.
                          HER71-01207

Christman, RC
  DEVELOPING TECHNIQUES IN FLUE
GAS DESULFURIZATION.
                         IER75-02079*+
  CURRENT  STATUS  AND  POSSIBLE
FUTURE IMPACT  OF  REGENERABLE
FLUE     GAS     DESULFURIZATION
PROCESSES.
                         IER75-02080* +
  CURRENT  STATUS  OF  FLUE  GAS
DESULFURIZATION TECHNOLOGY.
                          IER75-02092*

Chilling, LT
  DEHYDROGENATION:  A PREVIOUSLY
UNREPORTED PATHWAY  OF LINDANE
METABOLISM IN MAMMALS.
                          HER75-01707
  EFFECT  OF  DIETARY  LIPID  AND
DMSO ON LINDANE  METABOLISM.
                          HER77-01808

Chung,  CW
  DERMAL  CARCINOGENICITY  STUDY
BY MOUSE-SKIN  PAINTING WITH  2,4 -
TOLUENEDIAMINE   ALONE   OR   IN
REPRESENTATIVE  HAIR DYE  FORMU-
LATIONS.
                          HER76-01727

Ciliberti, DF
  HIGH TEMPERATURE  FINE PARTICLE
CONTROL USING CERAMIC FILTERS.
                           IER77-02189

Clark, TA
  EVALUATION OF NEW OZONE MONI-
TORING INSTRUMENTS BY MEASUR-
ING IN NONURBAN  ATMOSPHERES.
                         EMS74-00048 +
  COMPARISON   OF  INSTRUMENTAL
METHODS   TO  MEASURE  NITROGEN
DIOXIDE.
                          EMS75-00059
  DETERMINATION OF  AN  OZONE IN-
TERFERENCE  IN   THE  CONTINUOUS
SALTZMAN    NITROGEN    DIOXIDE
PROCEDURE.
                          EMS75-00060
  INCREASED  SPECIFICITY   IN  THE
MEASUREMENT  OF   SULFUR  COM-
POUNDS     WITH     THE     FLAME
PHOTOMETRIC DETECTOR.
                          EMS75-00061
  ENVIRONMENTAL       PROTECTION
AGENCY  QUALITY  ASSURANCE  PER-
FORMANCE SURVEYS.
                          EMS76-00068
  FIELD   PERFORMANCE   CHARAC-
TERISTICS  OF ADVANCED MONITORS
FOR  OXIDES OF  NITROGEN,  OZONE,
SULFUR DIOXIDE,  CARBON   MONOX-
IDE,  METHANE,  AND NONMETHANE
HYDROCARBONS.
                           ESR72-00643
  FIELD  EVALUATION OF THE HIGH-
VOLUME  PARTICLE  FRACTIONATING
CASCADE IMPACTOR  -  A TECHNIQUE
FOR RESPIRABLE SAMPLING.
                           ESR73-00722
  INSTRUMENTATION FOR  THE  MEA-
SUREMENT OF NITROGEN DIOXIDE.
                           ESR74-00755
  FIELD  EVALUATION OF THE HIGH-
VOLUME  PARTICLE  FRACTIONATING
CASCADE IMPACTOR  -  A TECHNIQUE
FOR RESPIRABLE SAMPLING.
                         HER72-01377*

Clark, TL
  DISTINGUISHING    BETWEEN   CAT
AND NON-CAT AREAS BY USE OF DIS-
CRIMINANT FUNCTION ANALYSIS.
                         ESR75-00817+
  POINT  SOURCE  TRANSPORT MODEL
WITH A  SIMPLE DIFFUSION CALCULA-
TION FOR ST. LOUIS.
                         ESR76-00866+
  NON-DIVERGENT  WIND  ANALYSIS
ALGORITHM  FOR THE ST. LOUIS RAPS
NETWORK.
                         ESR77-00962+
  GRIDDED POLLUTANT EMISSIONS  IN
THE  US AND   SOUTHERN  CANADA
EAST OF THE ROCKIES.
                         ESR78-01032+

Clark, V
  EFFECTS  OF  CADMIUM  EXPOSURE
ON RAT  KIDNEY.
                           HER76-01777

Clark, W
  NEW   COMMUNITY   HEALTH  AIR
MONITORING REQUIREMENTS.
                           HER74-01573

Clarke, IV
  EXPERIMENTAL  STUDIES  OF  THE
NOCTURNAL    URBAN     BOUNDARY
LAYER.
                         ESR70-00500+
  CLIMATE  AS A  FACTOR IN COMMU-
NITY    ENVIRONMENTAL   MANAGE-
MENT,   PLANNING  CHALLENGES   OF
THE 70'S IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN.
                         ESR70-00506+
  COMPARISON   OF  THE   COMFORT
CONDITIONS  IN  DIFFERENT URBAN
AND   SUBURBAN   MICROENVIRON-
MENTS.
                         ESR71-00550+
  THE  EFFECT  OF  REGIONAL  CLI-
MATE AND LAND  USE  ON THE NOC-
TURNAL HEAT ISLAND.
                         ESR72-00614* +
  SOME  CLIMATOLOGICAL  ASPECTS
OF  HEAT   WAVES   IN  THE  CON-
TIGUOUS UNITED STATES.
                         ESR72-00622+

  SOME  EFFECTS  OF  THE  URBAN
STRUCTURE  ON HEAT MORTALITY.
                         ESR72-00623 +
  AN   EMPIRICAL   MODEL   USING
EIGENVECTORS  TO  CALCULATE THE
TEMPORAL  AND SPATIAL VARIATIONS
OF THE  ST. LOUIS HEAT ISLAND.
                         ESR73-00669+
  EFFECTS OF AMBIENT METEOROLO-
GY  & URBAN MORPHOLOGICAL  FEA-
TURES  ON  THE VERTICAL TEMPERA-
TURE STRUCTURE OVER CITIES.
                         ESR74-00736* +

Clausen, JL
  RESPIRATORY            SYMPTOMS,
SPIROMETRY, AND OXIDANT  AIR POL-
LUTION  IN NON-SMOKING ADULTS.
                           HER72-01380
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                                                                                                      Coffin, DL
Claxton, L
  BIOMEDICAL   DATA   VALIDATION
THROUGH  AN  ON-LINE  COMPUTER
SYSTEM.
                        HER78-01894 +

Claxton, L (Ed.)
  APPLICATION    OF    SHORT-TERM
BIOASSAYS  IN THE  FRACTIONATION
AND  ANALYSIS  OF  COMPLEX  EN-
VIRONMENTAL MIXTURES.
                          HER78-01920

Clay, DA
  DIRECT     DETERMINATION    OF
PHOSPHORUS   IN    GASOLINE   BY
FLAMELESS   ATOMIC   ABSORPTION
SPECTROMETRY.
                          EMS78-00105

Clay, FR
  CHLOROFLUROMETHANES.     THEIR
THERMAL   STABILITY   IN  PASSING
THROUGH CIGARETTES.
                          ESR78-01045

Claydon, CR
  THE RADIAL DISTRIBUTION  OF SUL-
FUR  DIOXIDE  SOURCE  STRENGTH
AND CONCENTRATION IN NASHVILLE.
                          ESR61-00228

Clements, HA
  REPRODUCIBILITY  OF  THE  HI-VOL
SAMPLING  METHOD  UNDER   FIELD
CONDITIONS.
                        EMS72-00026+

Clements, JB
  USERS MANUAL: SAROAD (STORAGE
AND  RETRIEVAL  OF  AEROMETRIC
DATA).
                          EMS71-00005
  REINVESTIGATION  OF  THE  JACOBS-
HOCHHEISER PROCEDURE FOR DETER-
MINING  NITROGEN  DIOXIDE  IN  AM-
BIENT AIR.
                          EMS72-00013
  SUMMARY  REPORT:  WORKSHOP ON
OZONE    MEASUREMENT   BY    THE
POTASSIUM IODIDE METHOD.
                        EMS75-00053 +
  QUALIFICATIONS    OF   AMBIENT
METHODS AS REFERENCE METHODS.
                        EMS76-00072 +

demons, CA
  CONCENTRATION  OF    HYDROCAR-
BONS ON SILICA GEL PRIOR  TO  GAS
CHROMATOGRAPHIC  ANALYSIS.
                          ESR61-00209
  DIRECT  APPLICATION OF GAS CHRO-
MATOGRAPHY TO  ATMOSPHERIC POL-
LUTANTS.
                          ESR62-00236
  GAS  CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS
OF  AROMATIC  HYDROCARBONS AT
ATMOSPHERIC      CONCENTRATIONS
USING  FLAME  IONIZATION   DETEC-
TION.
                          ESR62-00237
  1,2,3-TRIS         (2-CYANOETHOXY)
PROPANE AS  A  STATIONARY PHASE
IN   THE   GAS   CHROMATOGRAPHIC
ANALYSIS  OF AROMATIC  HYDROCAR-
BONS.
                         ESR63-00280+
  METHANE COMPOSITION OF  URBAN
ATMOSPHERES.
                          ESR64-00299
  PLASTIC   CONTAINERS  FOR   SAM-
PLING AND STORAGE OF ATMOSPHER-
IC  HYDROCARBONS  PRIOR  TO  GAS
CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS.
                         ESR64-00301 +
  RESPONSES OF ELECTRON-CAPTURE
DETECTOR  TO  HALOGENATED  SUB-
STANCES.
                         ESR66-00374+
                   COMPOUNDS   AS
                   METEOROLOGICAL
  HALOGENATED
GASEOUS
TRACERS.
                          ESR66-00384
  CONCENTRATION AND ULTRASENSI-
TIVE    CHROMATOGRAPHIC    DETER-
MINATION    OF    SULFUR    HEX-
AFLUORIDE  FOR  APPLICATION  TO
METEOROLOGICAL TRACING.
                         ESR68-00445 +

Clinard, G
  SUBSTRATE     COLLECTORS    FOR
CASCADE  IMPACTORS:  AN  EVALUA-
TION.
                           IER79-02345

Clive, D
  VALIDATION  AND   CHARACTERIZA-
TION  OF  THE  L5178Y/TK+/-  MOUSE
LYMPHOMA     MUTAGEN     ASSAY
SYSTEM.
                         HER79-01949+

Clyde, WA
  SPIROMETRIC CHANGES IN NORMAL
CHILDREN WITH UPPER RESPIRATORY
INFECTIONS.
                          HER78-01895

Co, H
  BIOCHEMISTRY OF  TEA FERMENTA-
TION:  THE  ROLE OF CAROTENES IN
BLACK TEA AROMA FORMATION.
                          HER7I-01244

Coffey, WL
  AUTOMATIC   ZERO   DRIFT   COR-
RECTION OF THE TITRILOG.
                          ESR63-00264
  A  PROPORTIONAL   SAMPLER  AND
AIRFLOW INTEGRATOR FOR AUTO EX-
HAUST STUDIES.
                        ESR 64-00302* +

Coffin, DL
  AN AIR QUALITY  DATA  ANALYSIS
SYSTEM   FOR   INTERRELATING  EF-
FECTS,  STANDARDS,   AND   NEEDED
SOURCE    REDUCTIONS:   PART   5.
NITROGEN  DIOXIDE   MORTALITY  IN
MICE.
                          ESR79-01U1
  THE INFLUENCE OF COLD ON  MOR-
TALITY   FROM   STREPTOCOCCI  FOL-
LOWING OZONE EXPOSURE.
                         HER65-01140+
  ACUTE  TOXICITY  OF  IRRADIATED
AUTO  EXHAUST.
                         HER67-01146+
  DEPRESSION  OF  PHAGOCYTOSIS  BY
SULFAMETHAZINE.
                          HER68-01150
  IN    VIVO     INACTIVATION    OF
LYSOSYME OF OZONE.
                          HER68-01151
  INFLUENCE  OF OZONE ON PULMO-
NARY  CELLS.
                         HER68-01I52+
  EFFECT OF AIR POLLUTION  ON AL-
TERATION  OF   SUSCEPTIBILITY  OF
PULMONARY INFECTION.
                         HER68-01153 +
  BIOLOGICAL  EFFECTS OF  AIR POL-
LUTANTS.
                          HER68-01154
  EFFECT OF  NITROGEN DIOXIDE  ON
PULMONARY CELL POPULATION.
                          HER69-01162
  STUDY  OF  MECHANISMS OF  THE
ALTERATIONS OF SUSCEPTIBILITY TO
INFECTION  CONFERRED BY OXIDANT
AIR POLLUTANTS.
                         HER69-01169+
  EFFECT   OF   OZONE    ON   ACID
HYDROLASES  OF  THE  PULMONARY
ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGES.
                          HER70-01182
  ALTERATIONS   IN  THE  LUNG FOL-
LOWING  THE  ADMINISTRATION  OF
OZONE.
                          HER7I-01204
  EFFECTS OF OZONE ON LYSOSOMAL
HYDROLASES      OF       ALVEOLAR
MACROPHAGES IN VITRO.
                          HER71-01205
  EFFECT OF  OZONE ON BENZPYRENE
HYDROLASE  ACTIVITY  IN   SYRIAN
GOLDEN HAMSTERS.
                          HER71-01206
  LOSS  OF  PROTECTIVE FACTOR FOR
ALVEOLAR  MACROPHAGES WHEN  EX-
POSED TO OZONE.
                          HER71-01207

  HEALTH   EFFECTS   OF  AIRBORNE
POLYCYCLIC HYDROCARBONS.
                         HER71-01208+
  PRESENT  AND  FUTURE  THREAT TO
MAN AND HIS ENVIRONMENT.
                         HER71-01209+
  ALTERATION OF PATHOGENIC ROLE
OF STREPTOCOCCI  GROUP C IN MICE
CONFERRED BY  PREVIOUS EXPOSURE
TO OZONE.
                         HER71-01276+
  EFFECTS  OF EXPOSURE  OF  OZONE
ON DEFENSIVE  MECHANISMS OF THE
LUNG.
                          HER71-OI277
  THE   TOXICOLOGIC   IMPLICATIONS
OF CHANGING ENERGY SOURCES.
                         HER71-01278+

  INFLUENCE  OF POLLUTANT  GASES
ON BENZYPYRENE HYDROXYLAS  AC-
TIVITY.
                          HER72-01302

  TECHNIQUE FOR  DIFFERENTIATING
PARTICLES    THAT   ARE   CELL-AS-
SOCIATED     OR    INGESTED    BY
MACROPHAGES.
                          HER72-01303
  THE  ROLE OF  TOLERANCE IN PUL-
MONARY DEFENSE  MECHANISMS.
                          HER72-01304
  TOXICOLOGICAL  IMPLICATIONS  OF
AUTOMOBILE  EXHAUST.
                         HER72-01305+
  CARCINOGENIC ITY    OF   ORGANIC
FRACTIONS  OF  PARTICULATE  POLLU-
TANTS  COLLECTED  IN  NEW  YORK
CITY   AND   ADMINISTERED   SUBCU-
TANEOUSLY TO  INFANT MICE.
                          HER72-01307
  INTERACTION  OF  INFECTIOUS  DIS-
EASE  AND   AIR  POLLUTANTS:  IN-
FLUENCE OF  'TOLERANCE'.
                         HER72-01309+
  INTERACTION    OF    BIOLOGICAL
AGENTS AND CHEMICAL AIR  POLLU-
TANTS.
                         HER72-01315 +
  THE  ROLE OF  TOLERANCE IN PRO-
TECTION  OF  THE  LUNG  AGAINST
SECONDARY INSULTS.
                         HER72-01387 +
  CHANGES IN  DOG'S  LUNGS  AFTER
LONG-TERM EXPOSURE TO OZONE.
                          HER73-01408
  CHRONIC  EXPOSURE  TO  NITROGEN
DIOXIDE:  IMMUNOLOGIC, PHYSIOLOG-
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Cohen, AA
1C  AND  PATHOLOGIC  EFFECTS  IN
VIRUS-CHALLENGED SQUIRREL MON-
KEYS.
                          HER73-01410
  CYTOLOGIC   CHANGES   IN   DOG
LUNGS  INDUCED BY CHRONIC  EXPO-
SURE TO OZONE.
                          HER73-01411
  VANADIUM:   CYTOTOXIC   EFFECTS
ON RABBIT ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGES
IN VITRO.
                          HER73-01427
  CYTOTOXIC EFFECTS OF VANADIUM
AND OTHER METALS IN VITRO.
                          HER73-01428
  VANADIUM:   CYTOTOXIC   EFFECTS
ON RABBIT ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGES
IN VITRO.
                          HER73-01432
  VANADIUM.   CYTOTOXIC   EFFECTS
ON RABBIT ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGES
IN VITRO.
                          HER74-01508
  THE  EFFECT  OF  OZONE  ON PEN-
TOBARBITAL SLEEPING TIME IN MICE.
                          HER74-01519
  METAL  CYTOTOXICITY:  COMPARA-
TIVE   STUDIES   WITH  RABBIT  AL-
VEOLAR MACROPHAGES  AND HUMAN
LUNG   FIBROBLASTS  (STRAIN  WI-38)
(ABSTRACT).
                          HER74-01S20
  THE   OZONE   TOXICOLOGY:   COR-
RELATION   BETWEEN   TOLERANCE
AND LUNG PROTECTION  MECHANISM.
                         HER75-01607+
  EFFECT  OF   TRACE  METALS  ON
PHAGOCYTOSIS     BY     ALVEOLAR
MACROPHAGES.
                          HER75-01608
  MOTORIZED  EXERCISE  WHEEL  FOR
EXPOSURE  OF  SMALL  ANIMALS  TO
ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTANTS.
                          HER75-01609
  INTERACTION  NICKEL  OXIDE AND
INFLUENZA   INFECTION    IN    THE
HAMSTER.
                          HER75-01610
  TOXICITY  OF METALLIC CHLORIDES
AND OXIDES FOR RABBIT ALVEOLAR
MACROPHAGES IN VITRO.
                          HER75-01612
  TOXIC  EFFECTS    OF   SELECTED
METALLIC   SALTS  ON STRAIN  WI-38
HUMAN LUNG FIBROBLASTS.
                          HER75-01613
  SCREENING  STUDIES ON  METALLIC
SALTS USING  THE RABBIT ALVEOLAR
MACROPHAGE.
                          HER75-01614
  INFLUENCE  OF MODE OF DOSE ON
TOXICITY OF NITROGEN  DIOXIDE.
                        HER75-01615* +
  SULFURIC ACID AND STREPTOCOCCI
CLEARANCE   FROM    RESPIRATORY
TRACTS OF  MICE.
                          HER75-01674
  SULFURIC  ACID  EFFECT  ON  THE
DEPOSITION     OF     RADIOACTIVE
AEROSOL   IN   THE    RESPIRATORY
TRACT OF GUINEA PIGS.
                          HER75-01675
  EFFECT OF  NICKEL CHLORIDE  ON
PRIMARY  ANTIBODY PRODUCTION IN
THE SPLEEN.
                          HER75-01678
  METAL  TOXICITY  FOR  RABBIT AL-
VEOLAR MACROPHAGES IN VITRO.
                          HER75-01698
  TOXICITY  OF  PLATINUM (IV)  SALTS
FOR CELLS  OF PULMONARY  ORIGIN.
                          HER75-01699
  TIME-DOSE     RESPONSE      FOR
NITROGEN  DIOXIDE  EXPOSURE IN AN
INFECTIVITY MODEL SYSTEM.
                        HER76-01723 +
  ACID  PRECIPITATION:  EFFECTS OF
SULFUR   DIOXIDE   AND   SULFATE
AEROSOL  PARTICLES   ON  HUMAN
HEALTH.
                        HER76-01770+
  TOXIC  EFFECTS  OF  CADMIUM ON
CILIARY     ACTIVITY    USING     A
TRACHEAL RING MODEL SYSTEM.
                          HER77-01795
  AUGMENTATION  OF  SULFATE  ION
ABSORPTION FROM  THE  RAT  LUNG
BY HEAVY METALS.
                          HER77-01809
  BIOLOGICAL  EFFECTS  OF AIR  POL-
LUTANTS.
                        HER77-01810+
  INTERAGENCY               ENER-
GY/ENVIRONMENTAL  PROGRAMS ON
ANIMAL  TOXICOLOGY.
                        HER77-OI811 +
  ROLE  OF  TIME  AS A  FACTOR  IN
THE  TOXICITY  OF  CHEMICAL  COM-
POUNDS  IN INTERMITTENT AND  CON-
TINUOUS EXPOSURES. PART  II, EF-
FECTS OF INTERMITTENT EXPOSURE.
                        HER77-01812+
  TOXICOLOGY   OF   FOSSIL    FUEL
PROCESSES.
                        HER77-01813 +
  RELATIONSHIPS            BETWEEN
NITROGEN DIOXIDE CONCENTRATION,
TIME,  AND  LEVEL OF EFFECT USING
AN ANIMAL INFECTIVITY MODEL.
                          HER77-01832
  THE ROLE OF  TIME AS  A FACTOR
IN THE TOXICITY OF CHEMICAL  COM-
POUNDS IN INTERMITTENT AND  CON-
TINUOUS  EXPOSURES.  PART  I. EF-
FECTS OF CONTINUOUS EXPOSURE.
                          HER77-01833
  EFFECTS OF  OZONE AND NITROGEN
DIOXIDE EXPOSURE  OF RABBITS ON
THE  BINDING  OF  AUTOLOGOUS RED
CELLS TO ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGES.
                          HER77-01835
  ENHANCED   BINDING    OF   AU-
TOLOGOUS   RED  CELLS   TO   THE
MACROPHAGE PLASMA MEMBRANE AS
A SENSITIVE INDICATOR  OF  POLLU-
TANT DAMAGE.
                          HER77-01836
  BIOCHEMICAL      INDICES      OF
NITROGEN DIOXIDE INTOXICATION OF
GUINEA    PIGS   FOLLOWING    LOW
LEVEL - LONG TERM EXPOSURE.
                          HER77-01857
  A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF EXPERI-
MENTAL     AND     SPONTANEOUS
EMPHYSEMA.
                          HER77-01862
  SIMILARITY  BETWEEN  MAN   AND
LABORATORY ANIMALS  IN REGIONAL
PULMONARY DEPOSITION OF OZONE.
                          HER78-01927
  INFLUENCE  OF   EXPOSURE  MODE
ON  THE  TOXICITY  OF   NITROGEN
DIOXIDE.
                          HER79-01952

Cohen, AA
  SYMPTOM    REPORTING   DURING
RECENT   PUBLICIZED    AND   UN-
PUBLICIZED      AIR      POLLUTION
EPISODES.
                         HER71-01274+
  AIR POLLUTION EPISODES: A GUIDE
FOR  HEALTH   DEPARTMENT  PHYSI-
CIANS.
                         HER71-01289+
  ASTHMA AND AIR POLLUTION FROM
A COAL-FUELED POWER PLANT.
                         HER72-01367+
  EFFECTS  OF  AIR  POLLUTION  ON
VENT1LATORY   FUNCTION  IN   U.S.
SCHOOL CHILDREN: RESULTS OF STU-
DIES  IN CINCINNATI,  CHATTANOOGA,
AND NEW YORK.
                         HER72-01374*
  FREQUENCY   AND   SEVERITY   OF
CARDIOPULMONARY   SYMPTOMS  IN
ADULT PANELS:  1970-1971  NEW YORK
STUDIES.
                          HER74-01554
  PREVALENCE OF CHRONIC RESPIRA-
TORY    DISEASE    SYMPTOMS    IN
ADULTS:  1970 SURVEY  OF NEW YORK
COMMUNITIES.
                          HER74-01556
  PROSPECTIVE  SURVEYS OF  ACUTE
RESPIRATORY  DISEASE  IN   VOLUN-
TEER  FAMILIES:  1970-1971  NEW YORK
STUDIES.
                          HER74-01557
  VENTILATORY     FUNCTION    IN
SCHOOL  CHILDREN:   1970-1971  NEW
YORK STUDIES.
                          HER74-01559

Cohen, AL
  ACTIVITY   WHEEL   RUNNING   OF
MICE   RELATED   TO   AUTOMOTIVE
FUEL  EXHAUST LEVEL.
                          HER73-01495

Cohen, CA
  RESPIRATORY            SYMPTOMS,
SPIROMETRY, AND OXIDANT AIR POL-
LUTION IN NON-SMOKING ADULTS.
                         HER72-01380+

Cohen, D
  A  SEROLOGIC STUDY OF A  CANINE
ADENOVIRUS  (TORONTO)  A26/61  IN
DOGS.
                          HER69-01163
  A  STUDY  OF THE  PATHOGENICITY
OF    A    CANINE     ADENOVIRUS
(TORONTO) A26/61 FOR DOGS.
                          HER69-01164
  EVALUATION    OF   THE   DIRECT
FLUORESCENT ANTIBODY  TEST  FOR
CANINE  DISTEMPER   ANTIGEN  IN
NATURALLY INFECTED DOGS.
                          HER71-01210

Cohen, IR
  ELECTRONIC ABSORPTION SPECTRA
OF INORGANIC AND  ORGANIC  COM-
POUNDS  OF NITROGEN.  H.  BUTYL
AND AMYL  NITRITES.
                           ESR58-00166
  SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC DETERMINA-
TION  OF PRIMARY  NITROPARAFFINS
BY    COUPLING    WITH    P-D1AZO-
BENZENE SULFONIC ACID.
                         ESR59-00181 +
  WINDOW  MATERIALS FOR  USE IN
INFRARED   ANALYSES   INVOLVING
NITROGEN DIOXIDE.
                           ESR59-00183
  DETERMINATION    OF    PRIMARY
NITRO-PARAFFINS  BY  NITROUS  ACID
REACTION.
                         ESR60-00193 +
  APPLICATION  OF  DIFFUSION CELLS
TO  THE PRODUCTION  OF   KNOWN
CONCENTRATIONS     OF    GASEOUS
HYDROCARBONS.
                           ESR60-00199
  SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC    METHODS
FOR OLEFINS, COLORIMETRIC DETER-
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MINATION
DIOLEFINS.
               OF      CONJUGATED

                          ESR60-00201
  ANALYSIS   OF    ALIPHATIC    AL-
DEHYDES   IN  SOURCE   EFFLUENTS
AND IN THE ATMOSPHERE.
                          ESR61-00208
  DETERMINATION    OF     HIGHER
MOLECULAR  WEIGHT ALIPHATIC  AL-
DEHYDES AND KETONES.
                          ESR61-00211
  GAS    PHASE    REACTIONS    OF
NITROGEN OXIDES WITH OLEFINS.
                          ESR61-00212
  A    NEW   SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC
METHOD FOR  THE  DETERMINATION
OF ACROLEIN IN COMBUSTION GASES
AND IN THE ATMOSPHERE.
                         ESR61-00216+
  SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC  DETERMINA-
TION OF CROTONALDEHYDE.
                          ESR61-00219
  PHOTOOXIDATION   OF   AROMATIC
HYDROCARBONS.
                          ESR62-00241
  STORAGE OF VAPORS AND GASES IN
PLASTIC BAGS.
                          ESR62-00248
  PHOTOOXIDATION   OF   ACROLEIN
AND  ACROLEIN-NITROGEN  DIOXIDE
MIXTURES.
                          ESR63-00274
  STRUCTURAL  EFFECTS   ON   THE
RATE OF NITROGEN DIOXIDE FORMA-
TION  IN THE  PHOTOOXIDATION OF
ORGANIC COMPOUNDS - NITRIC OXIDE
MIXTURES IN AIR.
                          ESR63-00279
  ATMOSPHERIC  PHOTOOXIDATION OF
THE    ETHYLENE-NITRIC     OXIDE
SYSTEM.
                          ESR64-00291
  PHOTOOXIDATION  OF   PROPIONAL-
DEHYDE AT LOW PARTIAL PRESSURES
OF ALDEHYDE.
                          ESR66-00369
  3-METHYL-2-     BENZOTHIAZOLONE
HYDRAZONE    METHOD    FOR    AL-
DEHYDES  IN ADR: COLLECTION EFFI-
CIENCIES  AND  MOLAR   ABSORPTIVI-
TIES.
                          ESR66-00377
  ANALYSIS  OF  THE  OXIDANT  IN
PHOTOCHEMICAL REACTIONS.
                         ESR67-00392+
  ATMOSPHERIC     REACTIONS    OF
PROPIONALDEHYDE IN AIR MIXTURES.
                          ESR67-00396
  FURTHER  OBSERVATIONS  ON  THE
FERROUS  AMMONIUM THIOCYANATE
REAGENT FOR OZONE.
                          ESR67-00409
  PHOTOOXIDATION  OF   HYDROCAR-
BONS   IN    THE    PRESENCE   OF
ALIPHATIC  ALDEHYDES.
                          ESR67-00416
  PHOTOOXIDATION  OF   HYDROCAR-
BONS   IN    THE    PRESENCE   OF
ALIPHATIC  KETONES.
                          ESR67-00417

Coleman, AI
  HALOGENATED   COMPOUNDS   AS
GASEOUS           METEOROLOGICAL
TRACERS.
                          ESR66-00384
  CONCENTRATION  AND  ULTRASENSI-
TIVE    CHROMATOGRAPHIC   DETER-
MINATION    OF    SULFUR    HEX-
AFLUORIDE  FOR  APPLICATION  TO
METEOROLOGICAL TRACING.
                          ESR68-00445
  EVALUATION OF TECHNIQUES FOR
MEASURING   BIOGENIC   AIRBORNE
SULFUR COMPOUNDS.
                          ESR79-01112

Collier, AM
  SPIROMETRIC CHANGES IN NORMAL
CHILDREN WITH  UPPER RESPIRATORY
INFECTIONS.
                        HER78-01895 +

Collins, MF
  THE  EPA-VAN,   A CLEAN  ENERGY
SYSTEM FOR  THE HOME.
                          IER75-02078*

Colucci, AV
  POLLUTANT BURDENS AND BIOLOG-
ICAL RESPONSE.
                        HER73-01476+
  CADMIUM AND LEAD  IN AUTOPSY
TISSUES.
                          HER73-01477
  AN OVERVIEW OF CHESS.
                          HER74-01570
  CADMIUM ACCUMULATION  IN RAT
LIVER.
                        HER75-01669+
  EPIDEMIOLOGY   OF PESTICIDE AND
METAL RESIDUES.
                        HER75-01701 +
  BLOOD  TRACE  METALS  IN  MILITA-
RY RECRUITS
                          HER76-01725

Comer, SW
  EXPOSURE  OF SPRAYMEN TO  PESTI-
CIDES.
                          HER72-01339
  THE USE OF PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
AND  EQUIPMENT  FOR  PREVENTION
OF EXPOSURE TO PESTICIDES.
                          HER72-01358
  ORAL EXPOSURE OF WORKERS  TO
PARATHION  THROUGH  CONTAMINA-
TION OF FOOD ITEMS.
                          HER73-01438
  PERSISTENCE   OF  PARATHION  IN
SOIL.
                          HER73-01464
  EXPOSURE  OF   WORKERS TO  CAR-
BAR YL.
                        HER75-01621 +
  PERSISTENCE OF AZINPHOSMETHYL
IN SOIL.
                          HER75-01625
  POTENTIAL EXPOSURE  OF WORKERS
TO  PARATHION  THROUGH    CON-
TAMINATION  OF CIGARETTES.
                          HER75-01626
  EXPOSURE   TO  THE    HERBICIDE,
PARAQUAT.
                          HER75-01695
  RESIDUES OF PARATHION AND CON-
VERSION  PRODUCTS  ON  APPLE AND
PEACH  FOLIAGE  RESULTING  FROM
REPEATED SPRAY APPLICATIONS.
                          HER75-01696
  EXPOSURE  OF  APPLE THINNERS  TO
PARATHION RESIDUES.
                          HER75-01700
  POTENTIAL EXPOSURE  FROM SMOK-
ING      PARATHION-CONTAMINATED
CIGARETTES.
                        HER77-01814 +

Conlee, CJ
  EFFECTS OF  AIR  POLLUTION  ON
THE FADING  OF DYED FABRICS.
                          ESR67-00427
Conner, WD
  AIR SAMPLING WITH PLASTIC BAGS.
                         ESR64-00288+
  AN    INERTIAL-TYPE    PARTICLE
SEPARATOR FOR COLLECTING LARGE
SAMPLES.
                         ESR66-00365 +
  HYGROSCOPIC EFFECTS ON WEIGHT
DETERMINATIONS  OF  PARTICULATES
COLLECTED   ON   GLASS-FIBER   FIL-
TERS.
                          ESR67-00410
  DEVELOPMENT OF  A SMOKE GUIDE
FOR  THE  EVALUATION  OF  WHITE
PLUMES.
                         ESR68-00446+
  REMOTE MEASUREMENT OF SMOKE
PLUME    TRANSMITTANCE    USING
LIDAR.
                          ESR72-00652
  OPTICAL PROPERTIES  AND VISUAL
EFFECTS OF SMOKE STACK PLUME.
                         ESR72-00661 +
  PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS FOR
STATIONARY-SOURCE    MONITORING
SYSTEMS  FOR  GASES AND  VISIBLE
EMISSIONS.
                          ESR74-00753
  MEASUREMENT   OF  THE  OPACITY
AND MASS  CONCENTRATION  OF PAR-
TICULATE EMISSIONS  BY TRANSMIS-
SOMETRY.
                         ESR74-00761 +
  A COMPARISON  BETWEEN  IN-STOCK
AND   PLUME  OPACITY  MEASURE-
MENTS AT OIL-FIRED POWER PLANTS.
                         ESR76-00917+
  PHYSICAL  CHARACTERIZATION  OF
PARTICULATE  EMISSIONS  FROM  OIL-
FIRED POWER PLANTS.
                          ESR76-00932
  INSTRUMENTAL  SENSING  OF  STA-
TIONARY  SOURCE EMISSIONS.
                          ESR77-00986
  IMPACT OF  SULFURIC ACID  EMIS-
SIONS ON PLUME  OPACITY.
                          ESR78-01072

Conrad, E
  IN  VIVO  CONVERSION  OF PHEN-
METRAZINE   INTO  ITS  N-NITROSO
DERIVATIVE.
                          HER72-01325

Constant, PC
  EVALUATION AND  COLLABORATIVE
TESTING    OF    A    CONTINUOUS
COLORIMETRIC  METHOD  FOR   MEA-
SUREMENT  OF NITROGEN DIOXIDE IN
AMBIENT AIR.
                          EMS76-00077

Cook, CS
  REMOTE MEASUREMENT OF  SMOKE
PLUME    TRANSMITTANCE    USING
LIDAR.
                         ESR72-00652 +

Cook, GR
  UPPER LIMITS  FOR  STRATOSPHERIC
C10NO  2  FROM  BALLOON-BORNE  IN-
FRARED MEASUREMENTS.
                          ESR 77-01000

Cooke, M
  A  GAS  LIQUID  CHROMATOGRAPHIC
FLUORESCENT PROCEDURE  FOR THE
ANALYSIS OF BENZO(A)PYRENE IN 24
HOUR  ATMOSPHERIC   PARTICULATE
SAMPLES.
                          ESR7S-00804
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Cooke, M
Cope, AM
  MAXIMUM  SURFACE  CONCENTRA-
TIONS OF  SO2  FROM A MODERATE-
SIZE  STEAM-ELECTRIC POWER PLANT
AS  A  FUNCTION  OF  POWER PLANT
LOAD.
                          ESR79-01119

Copeland, MF
  COMPARATIVE METABOLISM OF LIN-
DANE IN RATS  FOLLOWING  ADMINIS-
TRATION BY TWO ORAL ROUTES.
                        HER-0301125 +
  DETERMINATION   OF   DDT   AND
METABOLITES,   INCLUDING  DDA,  IN
HUMAN  URINE  BY GAS  CHROMATOG-
RAPHY.
                          HER69-01172
  FATE OF  14C-RING AND 14C-ETHYL
LABELED PARATHION  IN THE RHESUS
MONKEY.
                        HER71-01251 +
  FATE OF CM-LABELED O,P'- DDT IN
THE RAT.
                          HER71-01252
  EFFECTS   OF  O,P'-  DDT  ON THE
ADRENAL CORTEX OF THE BEAGLE.
                        HER72-01347+
  ELECTRON  CAPTURE   GAS  CHRO-
MATOGRAPHIC   ANALYSIS   OF  DDA:
UTILIZATION  OF  2-CHLOROETHANOL
DERIVATIVE.
                          HER73-01443
  EFFECTS  OF  O,P'-  DDT  ON THE
ADRENAL   GLAND   AND    HEPATIC
MICROSOMAL   ENZYME   SYSTEM  IN
THE BEAGLE DOG.
                         HER74-01522+
  THE     EFFECTS     OF     PEN-
TACHLOROBENZENE,            HEX-
ACHLOROBENZENE,  AND   RELATED-
COMPOUNDS  ON  FETAL   DEVELOP-
MENT.
                          HER76-01724
  ENHANCED   PESTICIDE   METABOL-
ISM,  A PREVIOUSLY UNREPORTED  EF-
FECT  OF  DIETARY  FIBER  IN MAM-
MALS.
                          HER78-01934
  THE  IDENTIFICATION  OF   THREE
PREVIOUSLY  UNREPORTED  LINDANE
METABOLITES FROM MAMMALS.
                          HER78-01935
  BIOISOMERIZATION OF  LINDANE IN
RATS.
                         HER79-01950+

Copplestone, JF
  EXPOSURE   TO    PESTICIDES   IN
AGRICULTURE:    A    SURVEY   OF
SPRAYMEN  USING  DIMETHOATE  IN
THE SUDAN.
                         HER76-01771 +

Corey, RC
  TENTATIVE  METHOD OF  ANALYSIS
FOR  Cl THROUGH  C5 ATMOSPHERIC
HYDROCARBONS.
                          ESR70-00535
  TENTATIVE  METHOD OF  ANALYSIS
FOR    7H-BENZ(DE)ANTHRACEN-7-ONE
AND  PHENALEN-1-ONE  CONTENT  OF
THE ATMOSPHERE.
                          ESR70-00536
  TENTATIVE  METHOD OF  ANALYSIS
FOR     POLYNUCLEAR     AROMATIC
HYDROCARBON   CONTENT   OF   AT-
MOSPHERIC PARTICULATE MATTER.
                          ESR70-00537
  TENTATIVE   METHOD   OF   CHRO-
MATOGRAPHY      ANALYSIS     FOR
BENZO(A)PYRENE                AND
BENZO(K)FLUORANTHENE    IN   AT-
MOSPHERIC PARTICULATE MATTER.
                           ESR70-00538
  TENTATIVE       METHOD       OF
MICROANALYSIS                  FOR
BENZO(A)PYRENE  IN AIRBORNE PAR-
TICULATES AND SOURCE EFFLUENTS.
                           ESR70-00539
  TENTATIVE  METHOD  OF ROUTINE
ANALYSIS  FOR POLYNUCLEAR  ARO-
MATIC  HYDROCARBON  CONTENT  OF
THE   ATMOSPHERIC    PARTICULATE
MATTER.
                           ESR70-00540
  TENTATIVE   METHOD   OF   SPEC-
TROPHOTOMETRIC   ANALYSIS   FOR
BENZO(A)PYRENE   IN   ATMOSPHERIC
PARTICULATE MATTER.
                           ESR70-00541
  TENTATIVE  METHOD  FOR THE CON-
TINUOUS    ANALYSIS   OF   TOTAL
HYDROCARBONS IN THE ATMOSPHERE
(FLAME IONIZATION METHOD).
                           ESR71-00598

Cote, WA
  INDOOR AIR QUALITY.
                           HER77-01880

Coulson, DM
  SURVEY  OF  MANUAL METHODS OF
MEASUREMENTS     OF    ASBESTOS,
BERYLLIUM,    LEAD,     CADMIUM,
SELENIUM, AND  MERCURY  IN  STA-
TIONARY SOURCE EMISSIONS.
                         EMS73-00030+

Coulston, F
  KINETICS  OF  RESPIRATORY  LEAD
UPTAKE IN HUMANS.
                           HER73-01501
  THE ROLE OF CLINICAL  RESEARCH
IN   ESTABLISHING  STANDARDS  FOR
ATMOSPHERIC LEAD.
                           HER73-01503
  CLINICAL  STUDIES  ON   MEN  CON-
TINUOUSLY EXPOSED   TO  AIRBORNE
PARTICULATE LEAD.
                           HER75-01679

Courtney, KD
  A NEW  AND RAPID  COLORIMETRIC
DETERMINATION                  OF
ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE ACTIVITY.
                         HER61-01138 +
  THE  PLACENTA OF   THE  MACACA
MULATTA.
                         HER66-01145 +
  TREATMENT  OF  INFERTILITY   IN
THE MACACA MULATTA.
                         HER68-01157+
  TERATOLOGY IN THE MACACA MU-
LATTA.
                         HER68-01158+
  ESTABLISHMENT OF A MACACA MU-
LATTA BREEDING COLONY.
                         HER68-01159+
  EXPERIENCES    IN    LARGE-SCALE
BREEDING OF SIMIANS FOR MEDICAL
EXPERIMENTATION.
                         HER69-01170+
  MANAGEMENT   OF A LABORATORY
BREEDING  COLONY OF MACACA MU-
LATTA.
                         HER69-01171 +
  TERATOGENIC    EVALUATION   OF
2,4,5-T.
                         HER70-01186+
  TERATOLOGY STUDIES WITH 2, 3, 7,
8-TETRACHLORODIBENZO-P-DIOXIN.
                         HER71-01290+
  TOXICOLOGIC  STUDIES OF FENFLU-
RAMINE.
                          HER71-01291
  TRAINING MANUAL FOR TERATOLO-
GY.
                         HER74-01518+
  POLLUTANTS AND PROGENY.
                         HER75-01670+
  THE     EFFECTS      OF      PEN-
TACHLOROBENZENE,             HEX-
ACHLOROBENZENE,  AND  RELATED-
COMPOUNDS  ON  FETAL  DEVELOP-
MENT.
                         HER76-01724+
  MOUSE TERATOLOGY STUDIES WITH
CHLORODIBENZO-P-DIOXINS.
                         HER76-01772+
  DISTRIBUTION        OF        2,4,5-
TRICHLOROPHENOXYACETIC ACID  IN
THE MOUSE FETUS.
                         HER77-01815 +
  PRENATAL  EFFECTS  OF   HERBI-
CIDES:    EVALUATION    BY    THE
PRENATAL DEVELOPMENT INDEX.
                         HER77-01816+
  TERATOLOGY    STUDY   OF    PEN-
TACHLOROBENZENE   IN  MICE:  NO
TERATOGENIC EFFECT  AT 50  OR 100
MG/KG/DAY FROM DAY 6 TO  DAY 15
OF GESTATION.
                         HER77-01817+
  METABOLIC  STUDIES  WITH  TCDD
(DIOXIN) TREATED RATS.
                         HER78-01896+
  ISOZYME   PROFILES   OF   LACTIC
DEHYDROGENASE   AND   CREATINE
PHOSPHOKINASE    IN     NEONATAL
MOUSE HEARTS.
                         HER78-01932 +
  MOBILIZATION   OF  HCB  DURING
GESTATION.
                           HER79-01946
  HCB  DEPOSITION   IN   MATERNAL
AND  FETAL  TISSUES  OF RAT  AND
MOUSE. I.   CHEMICAL  QUANTIFICA-
TION OF HCB IN TISSUES.
                         HER79-01951 +

Cowherd, C  Jr
  FUGITIVE   EMISSIONS  FROM  IN-
TEGRATED  IRON  AND  STEEL  PLANTS
- OPEN DUST  SOURCES.
                          IER77-02217+

Cox, CC
  ISOLATION  OF  A SOLUBLE  CADMI-
UM-BINDING  PROTEIN  FROM  PULMO-
NARY MACROPHAGES.
                         HER78-01931 +

Craig, AB
  STATUS OF MAJOR  RESEARCH AND
DEVELOPMENT  PROGRAMS  FOR THE
CONTROL  OF SULFUR OXIDE  EMIS-
SIONS.
                         IER72-01995* +
  EPA  LOOKS  TO  THE  FUTURE OF
BAG   FILTRATION  (FINE  PARTICU-
LATES   AND   NEW   SOURCE   PER-
FORMANCE STANDARDS).
                         IER73-02023* +
  OVERVIEW  OF  THE  FINE PARTICU-
LATE PROBLEM.
                         IER74-02054* +

Cralge, E
  EVALUATION  OF LEFT  VENTRICU-
LAR  FUNCTION BY ELECTROCARDIOG-
RAPHY.
                           HER72-01381
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                                                                                                      Crider, WL
Cranmer, MF
  LEVELS  OF   DDT   AND   DDE   IN
BLOOD AND DDA IN URINE OF PESTI-
CIDE  FORMULATORS  FOLLOWING  A
SINGLE INTENSIVE EXPOSURE.
                          HER59-OU36
  DETERMINATION   OF   DDT   AND
METABOLITES,  INCLUDING  DDA,  IN
HUMAN URINE BY  GAS  CHROMATOG-
RAPHY.
                        HER69-01172 +
  DDT AND  DDE IN  BLOOD AND DDA
IN  URINE  OF  MEN  EXPOSED  TO  3
PERCENT DDT AEROSOL.
                          HER70-01193
  METABOLIC  ALTERATIONS IN THE
SQUIRREL MONKEY  INDUCED BY DDT
ADMINISTRATION    AND   ASCORBIC
ACID DEFICIENCY.
                          HER71-01235
  FIELD   STUDIES    OF   GARDONA
AGAINST AEDES AEGYPTI  IN PUERTO
RICO.
                          HER71-01241
  COMPARATIVE   STIMULATION  OF
GAMMAHCH     METABOLISM     BY
PRETREATMENT OF  RATS WITH GAM-
MAHCH,  DDT,  AND  DDT  +  GAMMA
HCH.
                          HER7I-01249
  METABOLIC  INTERACTIONS IN THE
SQUIRREL MONKEY  INDUCED BY DDT
ADMINISTRATION    AND   ASCORBIC
ACID DEFICIENCY.
                          HER71-01250
  FATE  OF  14C-RING AND  14C-ETHYL
LABELED PARATHION  IN THE RHESUS
MONKEY.
                          HER71-01251
  FATE OF CM-LABELED O,P'- DDT IN
THE RAT.
                        HER71-01252 +
  EFFECT   OF  CHLOROQUIN   ON
HEPATIC  MICROSOMAL  ENZYME OF
THE SQUIRREL MONKEY.
                        HER71-01253 +
  A   SENSITIVE  GAS   CHROMATO-
GRAPHIC    METHOD   FOR   HUMAN
CHOLINESTERASE DETERMINATION.
                        HER71-01254+
  ALTERATIONS       IN       LIVER
MICROSOMAL     METABOLISM    OF
PARATHION CAUSED BY  CHRONIC AD-
MINISTRATION      OF      DILANTIN,
CHLOROQUINE, OR DDE.
                          HER71-01256
  BIOCHEMICAL EFFECTS  ON  SQUIR-
REL  MONKEYS  OF  REPEATED  AD-
MINISTRATION  OF P,P'- DDT.
                        HER72-01337 +
  THE  ABSENCE OF CONVERSION OF
O,P'- DDT TO P,P'- DDT IN THE RAT.
                        HER72-OI34I +
  THE  EFFECT OF   ASCORBIC  ACID
DEFICIENCY AND PROTEIN  QUALITY
ON   STIMULATION   OF   HEPATIC
MICROSOMAL   ENZYMES  IN  GUINEA
PIGS.
                          HER72-01345
  EFFECTS   OF  O,P'-  DDT  ON  THE
ADRENAL CORTEX OF THE BEAGLE.
                          HER72-01347
  EVALUATION OF  NORMAL AND OR-
GANOPHOSPHATE  AND  CARBAMATE
INSECTICIDE    INHIBITED    BLOOD
CHOLINESTERASE  ACTIVITY  UTILIZ-
ING DIMETHYLBUTYLACETATE  AS  A
SUBSTRATE.
                        HER72-01348 +
  HEALTH   INTELLIGENCE  FOR  EN-
VIRONMENTAL  PROTECTION:  A  DE-
MANDING CHALLENGE.
                          HER72-01391
  DETERMINATION OF TRACE QUANTI-
TIES OF ANTICHOLINESTERASE PESTI-
CIDES IN AIR AND WATER.
                         HER73-01433 +
  THE  EFFECT OF  PROTEIN QUALITY
AND ASCORBIC  ACID DEFICIENCY  ON
STIMUATION       OF       HEPATIC
MICROSOMAL  ENZYMES  IN  GUINEA
PIGS.
                          HER73-01440
  MEASUREMENT      OF      BLOOD
CHOLINESTERASE    ACTIVITY    IN
LABORATORY    ANIMALS   UTILIZING
DIMETHYLBUTYL ACETATE AS A SUB-
STRATE.
                         HER73-01441 +
  DETERMINATION OF TRACE QUANTI-
TIES OF ANTICHOLINESTERASE PESTI-
CIDES.
                         HER73-01442+
  ELECTRON  CAPTURE   GAS   CHRO-
MATOGRAPHIC  ANALYSIS  OF  DDA:
UTILIZATION  OF  2-CHLOROETHANOL
DERIVATIVE.
                         HER73-01443 +
  GAS-LIQUID  CHROMATOGRAPHY  OF
PARATHION METABOLITES AS  A SEN-
SITIVE   INDEX  OF  INDUCTION  OF
LIVER MICROSOMAL MIXED-FUNCTION
OXIDASES.
                          HER73-01445
  EFFECTS  OF  O,P'-  DDT  ON THE
ADRENAL   GLAND   AND  HEPATIC
MICROSOMAL   ENZYME   SYSTEM  IN
THE BEAGLE DOG.
                          HER74-01522
  THE  EFFECTS OF DIPHENYLHYDAN-
TOIN AND  CHLOROQUINE ON  MON-
KEY   LIVER   MICROSOMAL   MIXED-
FUNCTION OXIDASES.
                          HER77-01820

Crawford, AR
  NOX EMISSION CONTROL FOR COAL-
FIRED UTILITY BOILERS.
                         IER73-02032*+

Crawford, RW
  METHOD   AND    REAGENT  FOR
DETERMINING NITROGEN OXIDES.
                         EMS73-00031 +

Creason, JP
  THE  CHATTANOOGA SCHOOL  CHIL-
DREN STUDY: EFFECTS OF COMMUNI-
TY EXPOSURE TO NITROGEN DIOXIDE.
1. METHODS, DESCRIPTION OF  POLLU-
TANT  EXPOSURE,  AND  RESULTS  OF
VENTILATORY FUNCTION TESTING.
                          HER70-01199
  THE  CHATTANOOGA SCHOOL  CHIL-
DREN STUDY: EFFECTS OF COMMUNI-
TY EXPOSURE TO NITROGEN DIOXIDE.
2. INCIDENCE OF ACUTE  RESPIRATO-
RY ILLNESS.
                          HER70-01200
  NITROGEN  DIOXIDE   AND   LOWER
RESPIRATORY  ILLNESS.
                          HER71-01275
  A  STUDY  IN TRACE ELEMENT POL-
LUTION OF AIR IN  77  MIDWESTERN
CITIES.
                          HER71-01293
  ROADSIDE  GRADIENTS   IN    AT-
MOSPHERIC   CONCENTRATIONS   OF
CADMIUM, LEAD, AND ZINC.
                         HER72-01364+
  POLYCHLORINATED       BIPHENYL
RESIDUES   IN  HUMAN  PLASMA  EX-
POSE A  MAJOR  URBAN  POLLUTION
PROBLEM.
                          HER72-01382
  CADMIUM  EXPOSURE  AND HUMAN
HEALTH EFFECTS.
                          HER72-01383
  CADMIUM  CONTENT OF MILK AND
CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE  MORTALI-
TY.
                          HER72-01384
  METHODS  OF  HANDLING  MISSING
AND  CENSORED   DATA   FROM  THE
MULTIVARIATE   NORMAL   DISTRIBU-
TION.
                          HER72-01394*
  HUMAN   MILK   AS  A  DIETARY
SOURCE OF CADMIUM AND LEAD.
                          HER73-01479
  PREVALENCE  OF CHRONIC RESPIRA-
TORY    DISEASE     SYMPTOMS    IN
ADULTS:   1970   SURVEY    OF   FIVE
ROCKY MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES.
                          HER74-01564
  TRACE  ELEMENTS  IN  HAIR, AS  RE-
LATED      TO     EXPOSURE      IN
METROPOLITAN NEW YORK.
                         HER75-01671 +
  BLOOD  TRACE  METALS  IN MILITA-
RY RECRUITS
                         HER76-01725 +
  REGRESSION USING 'HOCKEY  STICK'
FUNCTIONS.
                          HER76-01732
  MATERNAL - FETAL TISSUE LEVELS
OF  16   TRACE   ELEMENTS   IN   8
SELECTED   CONTINENTAL   UNITED
STATES COMMUNITIES.
                         HER77-01818+
  HUMAN SCALP  HAIR:  AN  ENVIRON-
MENTAL   EXPOSURE   INDEX    FOR
TRACE  ELEMENTS, I. FIFTEEN  TRACE
ELEMENTS IN NEW YORK, N. Y. (1971-
72)
                         HER78-01897+
  HUMAN SCALP  HAIR:  AN  ENVIRON-
MENTAL   EXPOSURE   INDEX    FOR
TRACE   ELEMENTS,  II.   SEVENTEEN
TRACE  ELEMENTS IN FOUR  NEW JER-
SEY COMMUNITIES (1972).
                         HER78-01898+
  TRACE  ELEMENTS, III.  SEVENTEEN
TRACE  ELEMENTS IN  BIRMINGHAM,
ALABAMA AND CHARLOTTE,  NORTH
CAROLINA (1972).
                         HER78-01899+
  MATERNAL-FETAL  TISSUE LEVELS
OF  SIXTEEN TRACE ELEMENTS   IN
EIGHT COMMUNITIES.
                         HER78-01900+

Crenshaw, C
  WHOLE AND  DISATURATED  LUNG
PHOSPHATIDYLCHOLINE IN  CORTISOL
TREATED,  INTRAUTERINE  GROWTH
RETARDED   AND   TWIN   CONTROL
LAMBS AT  DIFFERENT GESTATIONAL
AGES.
                          HER77-01806

Crider, WL
  CONCENTRATION   AND    PARTICLE
SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF  PARTICULATE
EMISSIONS   DM   AUTOMOBILE   EX-
HAUST.
                          ESR71-00582
  HYDROGEN   FLAME     CHEMILU-
MINESCENCE     DETECTOR     FOR
SULFATE IN AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS.
                        HER69-01173 +
  HYDROGEN-AIR   FLAME   CHEMILU-
MINESCENCE OF  SOME  ORGANIC HA-
LIDES.
                        HER69-01174+
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Crist, HL
  SOME APPLICATIONS OF HYDROGEN
FLAME        EMISSION        SPEC-
TROPHOTOMETRY  TO  THE  ANALYSIS
OF AIR POLLUTANTS.
                         HER69-01175 +
  FLAME-LUMINESCENCE   INTENSIFI-
CATION AND  QUENCHING DETECTOR
(FLIQD) IN GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY.
                         HER69-01176+
  HYDROGEN    FLAME    CHEMILU-
NINESCENCE      DETECTOR      FOR
SULFATE IN AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS.
                       HER70-01194* +
  THE  CONCENTRATION OF  LEAD IN
AUTOMOBILE   EXHAUST   EXPOSURE
CHAMBERS.
                          HER72-01362
  SIZE     DISTRIBUTION     CHARAC-
TERISTICS OF AIRBORNE SUSPENDED
PARTICULATE MATTER IN  SELECTED
SITES.  12 PP.
                          HER73-01480
  THE   COMMUNITY   HEALTH   AIR
MONITORING PROGRAM.
                         HER74-01575*
  GAS  FLOW MEASUREMENTS IN AIR
POLLUTION  MONITORING.
                         HER74-01577*
  THE  FIELD STATION CALIBRATION
SYSTEM  USED  IN  THE  COMMUNITY
HEALTH AIR MONITORING PROGRAM.
                        HER75-01646*-*-
  THE    AEROMETRIC    INSTRUMENT
SYSTEM  IN  THE COMMUNITY HEALTH
AIR MONITORING  PROGRAM (CHAMP).
                         HER75-01647*
  A FACILITY FOR THE EXPOSURE OF
HUMANS  TO  CONTROLLED  ENVIRON-
MENTAL POLLUTANTS.
                         HER75-01650*

Crist, HL
  FLUORIDE    DETERMINATION    IN
STACK EMISSION SAMPLES.
                          HER73-01471
  DETERMINATION  OF  ELEMENTAL
MERCURY  IN AN EMISSION SOURCE
HAVING  A   HIGH  SULFUR  DIOXIDE
CONCENTRATION  BY AMALGAMATION
WITH GOLD AND  ULTRAVIOLET SPEC-
TROPHOTOMETRY.
                          HER74-01533
  ANALYTICAL  EXPERIENCES   WITH
HEXACHLOROBENZENE.
                         HER74-01543
  RAPID  DETERMINATION AND CON-
FIRMATION  OF LOW LEVELS OF HEX-
ACHLOROBENZENE  IN ADIPOSE TIS-
SUE.
                         HER75-01628 +
  CONCENTRATION  AND   SIZE  OF
TRACE  METAL  EMISSIONS   FROM A
POWER PLANT,  A STEEL  PLANT, AND
A COTTON GIN.
                          HER75-01630
  DETERMINATION  AND  CONFIRMA-
TION  OF  HEXACHLOROBENZENE  IN
ADIPOSE TISSUE WITH A  MICRO MUL-
TIRESLDUE PROCEDURE.
                        HER75-01636* +
  IMPROVED  RECOVERY  OF   HEX-
ACHLOROBENZENE  IN ADIPOSE TIS-
SUE WITH A MODIFIED  MICRO MUL-
TIRESIDUE PROCEDURE.
                         HER76-01726+
  SIMPLIFIED  MICRO   PERCHLORINA-
TION          METHOD          FOR
POLYCHLORINATED   BIPHENYLS   IN
BIOLOGICAL SAMPLES.
                         HER77-01819+
  ELECTRON  CAPTURE  GAS  CHRO-
MATOGRAPHIC  DETERMINATION  OF
KEPONE RESIDUES  IN ENVIRONMEN-
TAL SAMPLES
                          HER77-01858
  A      MICRO      DERIVATIZATION
TECHNIQUE FOR THE CONFIRMATION
OF  TRACE QUANTITIES OF KEPONE.
                          HER78-01926

Crocker, W
  METABOLIC  ASPECTS OF  METHYL-
CYCLOPENTADIENYL     MANGANESE
TRICARBONYL  IN RATS.
                          HER74-01588

Culhane, F
  FABRIC  FILTRATION FOR  PARTICU-
LATE CONTROL OF BOILERS  IN THE
UNITED STATES.
                           IER76-02151

Culver,  WE
  HUMAN EXPOSURE  TO AIR  POLLU-
TANTS  IN  FIVE  ROCKY MOUNTAIN
COMMUNITIES, 1940-1970.
                          HER74-01563

Cummings, SL
  ACCUMULATION OF 137CS  AND 85SR
BY FLORIDA FORAGES IN A UNIFORM
ENVIRONMENT.
                          HER71-01232
  THE   UPTAKE    OF   CERIUM-144,
PROMETHIUM-147,   AND  PLUTONIUM-
238 BY  OAT PLANTS FROM SOILS.
                         HER71-01240+

Curley,  A
  DERMAL   ABSORPTION  OF  HEX-
ACHLOROPHANE IN INFANTS.
                         HER71-01228+
  POLYCHLORINATED     BIPHENYLS:
DISTRIBUTION   AND  STORAGE   IN
BODY FLUIDS  AND  TISSUES OF  SHER-
MAN RATS.
                         HER71-01229+
  ORGANIC  MERCURY IDENTIFIED  AS
THE  CAUSE OF  POISONING  IN HU-
MANS AND  HOGS.
                         HER71-01255 +
  WILDLIFE  KILL   RESULTING  FROM
THE  MISUSE OF ARSENIC ACID HER-
BICIDES.
                          HER72-01333
  CHLORINATED       HYDROCARBON
PESTICIDES  AND   RELATED  COM-
POUNDS IN ADIPOSE TISSUE  FROM
PEOPLE OF JAPAN.
                         HER73-01444+
  POLYCHLORINATED     BIPHENYLS:
EVIDENCE   OF    TRANSPLACENTAL
PASSAGE IN THE SHERMAN RAT.
                         HER73-01466+
  EVIDENCE                       OF
TETRACHLORODIBENZOFURAN  (TCDF)
IN  AROCLOR  1254R, AND THE URINE
OF RATS FOLLOWING  DIETARY  EXPO-
SURE TO AROCLOR  1254R.
                         HER75-01622+
  INHALATION    TOXICOLOGY     OF
PESTICIDES.
                          HER76-01773

Cutler,  RG
  THE  PHYSIOLOGICAL   STATE   OF
AGING  MICE  AS   REPRESENTED   BY
QUALITATIVE RNA MEASUREMENTS.
                         HER69-01168+
                 D
D'Amico, A
  COMPARISON  OF  FIFTY-TWO  SPEC-
TROPHOTOMETRIC METHODS FOR THE
DETERMINATION OF NITRITE.
                           ESR63-00265

Dale, WE
  EVIDENCE  OF  SAFETY  OF  LONG-
TERM,  HIGH  ORAL  DOSES  OF  DDT
FOR MAN.
                           HER71-01260

Dalldorf, FG
  CHANGES IN  THE ALVEOLAR  LIN-
ING WITH ONSET OF BREATHING.
                           HER72-01403

Dalton, J
  POSITIVE   CHEMICAL   IONIZATION
MASS   SPECTRA   OF   POLYCYCLIC
CHLORINATED PESTICIDES.
                           HER72-01342
  NEGATIVE   CHEMICAL  IONIZATION
MASS   SPECTRA   OF   POLYCYCLIC
CHLORINATED INSECTICIDES.
                           HER72-01349

Daniel, BE
  EPA FABRIC  FILTRATION  STUDIES:
3.  PERFORMANCE  OF  FILTER  BAGS
MADE   FROM   EXPANDED   PTFE
LAMINATE.
                          IER76-02156+
  EPA FABRIC  FILTRATION  STUDIES:
4. BAG AGING EFFECTS.
                          IER77-02180+
  EPA FABRIC  FILTRATION  STUDIES:
5.   BAG   CLEANING   TECHNOLOGY
(HIGH TEMPERATURE TESTS).
                          IER77-02181 +
  EPA FABRIC  FILTRATION  STUDIES;
6. INFLUENCE  OF DUST  PROPERTIES
ON PARTICLE PENETRATION.
                            IER78-02288
  EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF PARTICU-
LATE  COLLECTION  BY  A  VENTURI
SCRUBBER  DOWNSTREAM FROM  AN
ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATOR.
                            IER79-02317
  EPA/IERL-RTP PILOT ELECTROSTATIC
PRECIPITATOR  - SELECTED  EXPERI-
MENTS.
                            IER 79-02355

Daniels, MJ
  EFFECT  OF  NICKEL  CHLORIDE ON
PRIMARY ANTIBODY PRODUCTION IN
THE SPLEEN.
                           HER75-01678
  INFLUENCE  OF CADMIUM,  NICKEL
AND  CHROMIUM  ON   PRIMARY  AN-
TIBODY PRODUCTION IN MICE.
                           HER78-01903

Danskin, C
  AEROSOL RESEARCH BRANCH  AN-
NUAL REPORT FY 1976.
                           ESR77-01020
  AEROSOL RESEARCH BRANCH  AN-
NUAL REPORT FY 1976/76A.
                           ESR77-01021

Danzig, MD
  EARLIER ONSET OF QRS IN ANTERI-
OR  PRECORDIAL ECG  LEADS.  PRECI-
SION  OF TIME  INTERVAL  MEASURE-
MENTS.
                          HER76-01747 +
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                                                                                                 Demerjian, KL
Darley, PE
  PHOTOCHEMISTRY OF ATMOSPHERIC
SAMPLES IN LOS ANGELES.
                          ESR72-00664
  HYDROCARBON   COMPOSITION  OF
URBAN AIR POLLUTION.
                          ESR74-00765

Darnall, KR
  AMBIENT  AIR MEASUREMENTS OF
HYDROGEN  PEROXIDE IN  CALIFOR-
NIAS SOUTH COAST AIR BASIN.
                          ESR78-01059

Daugherty, DP
  STATE  OF  CONTROL TECHNOLOGY
FOR INDUSTRIAL  FUGITIVE  PROCESS
PARTICULATE  EMISSIONS.
                          IER79-02320

Davies, JE
  LEVELS  OF DDT   AND   DDE  IN
BLOOD AND DDA IN URINE OF PESTI-
CIDE  FORMULATORS  FOLLOWING  A
SINGLE INTENSIVE EXPOSURE.
                          HER59-01136
  DDT  AND  DDE IN BLOOD AND DDA
IN  URINE  OF MEN  EXPOSED  TO  3
PERCENT DDT AEROSOL.
                          HER70-01193

Davis, J
  A   DENTAL   CHART   OF   THE
DOMESTIC CAT (FELIS  CATUS  L.).
                          HER67-01147
  BLOOD TRACE  METALS IN  MILITA-
RY RECRUITS
                          HER76-01725

Davis, JE
  ALTERATIONS       IN       LIVER
MICROSOMAL     METABOLISM     OF
PARATHION CAUSED BY CHRONIC AD-
MINISTRATION     OF     DILANTIN,
CHLOROQUINE, OR DDE.
                        HER71-01256+
  GAS-LIQUID   CHROMATOGRAPHY  OF
PARATHION METABOLITES AS A SEN-
SITIVE  INDEX OF  INDUCTION  OF
LIVER MICROSOMAL MIXED-FUNCTION
OXIDASES.
                        HER73-0144S +
  SOME   PROBLEMS    RELATED   TO
CLEANUP     OF    PARATHION-CON-
TAMINATED   SURFACES  FOLLOWING
SPILLAGE.
                          HER76-01764
  THE EFFECTS OF DIPHENYLHYDAN-
TOIN  AND  CHLOROQUINE  ON   MON-
KEY   LIVER   MICROSOMAL  MIXED-
FUNCTION OXIDASES.
                        HER77-01820+
  PERSISTENCE  OF   METHYL   AND
ETHYL PARATHION FOLLOWING  SPIL-
LAGE ON CONCRETE SURFACES.
                        HER77-01821 +
  A STUDY  OF THE BINDING  OF SUL-
FUR  TO   RAT LIVER  MICROSOMES
WHICH   OCCURS   CONCURRENTLY
WITH  THE   METABOLISM   OF  O,O-
DIETHYL          0-(P-NITROPHENYL)
PHOSPHOROTHIOATE (PARATHION)  TO
O.O-DIETHYL      O-(P-NITROPHENYL)
PHOSPHATE (PARAOXON).
                        HER77-01822 +
  FIELD  DISPOSAL OF  DDT: EFFEC-
TIVENESS  OF  ACIDIFIED  POWDERED
ZINC ON REDUCTION OF DDT  IN  SOIL.
                          HER77-01870
  PARATHION   RESIDUES   ON APPLE
AND  PEACH  FOLIAGE AS EFFECTED
BY THE  PRESENCE OF THE FUNGI-
CIDES MANEB AND ZINEB.
                          HER77-01871
  EXPOSURE  OF  FERTILIZER MIXING
PLANT WORKERS TO DISULFOTON.
                          HER78-01918

Davis, JN
  AGE RELATED CHANGES IN THE EF-
FECT    OF    ELECTROCONVULSIVE
SHOCK   (ECS)   ON   THE  IN   VIVO
HYDROXYLATION  OF TYROSINE AND
TRYPTOPHAN IN RAT BRAIN.
                          HER77-01856

Davis, LE
  CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM INTOX-
ICATION     FROM       MERCUROUS
CHLORIDE LAXATIVES.
                         HER74-01523 +

Day, G

  EARLIER ONSET OF QRS IN ANTERI-
OR PRECORDIAL EGG LEADS.  PRECI-
SION OF  TIME  INTERVAL  MEASURE-
MENTS.
                          HER76-01747

DeMarrais, GA

  WIND-SPEED  PROFILES AT BROOK-
HAVEN NATIONAL LABORATORY.
                         ESR59-00172+
  SURFACE  AND  SUBSURFACE  TEM-
PERATURE VARIATIONS  AND COMPU-
TATIONS.
                         ESR60-00185 +

  VERTICAL    TEMPERATURE   DIF-
FERENCE   OBSERVED   OVER   AN
URBAN AREA.
                         ESR61-00205 +
  METEOROLOGY      FOR      LAND
DEVELOPMENT  PLANNING   IN THE
TULSA METROPOLITAN AREA.
                        ESR6I-00207* +
  THE  TEMPORAL CHANGES  OF VER-
TICAL   TEMPERATURE   DIFFERENCES
AFTER SUNRISE.
                         ESR65-00314+

  THE   METEOROLOGY   ASSOCIATED
WITH NEW ORLEANS ASTHMA.
                         ESR65-00315 +

  METEOROLOGICAL SUMMARIES PER-
TINENT TO ATMOSPHERIC TRANSPORT
AND DISPERSION  OVER  SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA.
                         ESR65-00319+
  TRANSPORT AND DIFFUSION  OF  AN
AEROSOLIZED INSECTICIDE IN  MOUN-
TAINOUS  TERRAIN.
                        ESR68-00438* +
  NOCTURNAL HEAT ISLAND  INTENSI-
TIES AND RELEVANCE TO FORECASTS
OF MIXING HEIGHTS.
                         ESR75-00818+
  N-NITROSO COMPOUNDS IN  THE AM-
BIENT  COMMUNITY  AIR  OF  BAL-
TIMORE, MARYLAND.
                          ESR76-00875
  N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE IN AIR.
                          ESR76-00921
  DIURNAL  VARIATIONS IN  CARBON
MONOXIDE  CONCENTRATIONS,  TRAF-
FIC  COUNTS  AND METEOROLOGY.
                         ESR77-00963 +
  DETERMINATION    OF   DIMETHYL-
NITROSAMINE  IN AIR,  WATER, AND
SOIL BY  THERMAL ENERGY ANALY-
SIS:  MEASUREMENTS IN BALTIMORE,
MD.
                          ESR77-00976

  METEOROLOGICAL      CONDITIONS
CONDUCIVE  TO  HIGH   LEVELS  OF
OZONE.
                          ESR77-00989
  ATMOSPHERIC   STABILITY    CLASS
DETERMINATION  ON  A   481-METER
TOWER IN OKLAHOMA.
                         ESR78-01034+

  METEOROLOGICAL      CONDITIONS
DURING  A  SULFATE  EPISODE  IN
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
                         ESR78-01035 +
  THE  1974 OZONE  EPISODE  IN  THE
BALTIMORE-TO-RICHMOND CORRIDOR.
                         ESR78-01036+
  OZONE  PROBLEM IN THE NORFOLK,
VIRGINIA AREA.
                         ESR78-01037+
  PROLONGED,   LARGE  SCALE, OFF-
SEASON  PHOTOCHEMICAL  OXIDANT
EPISODE.
                         ESR78-01038+
  ASSOCIATION             BETWEEN
METEOROLOGICAL CONDITIONS AND
HIGH OZONE AND SULFATE CONCEN-
TRATIONS. A  1974  EPISODE  IN  THE
EASTERN UNITED STATES.
                         ESR79-01122 +

DeWitt, P
  BIOCHEMICAL   CHANGES   IN  HU-
MANS  UPON  EXPOSURE  TO   OZONE
AND EXERCISE.
                          HER79-01945

Decker, CE

  MEASUREMENT                  OF
PERCHLOROETHYLENE  IN  AMBIENT
AIR.
                          EMS79-OOI41

  FIELD   PERFORMANCE   CHARAC-
TERISTICS OF  ADVANCED  MONITORS
FOR  OXIDES OF  NITROGEN, OZONE,
SULFUR  DIOXIDE,  CARBON  MONOX-
IDE,  METHANE,  AND NONMETHANE
HYDROCARBONS.
                           ESR72-00643

  RATIO  OF   SULFUR  DIOXIDE  OF
TOTAL    GASEOUS    SULFUR   COM-
POUNDS AND OZONE TO TOTAL OXI-
DANTS  IN  THE  LOS  ANGELES AT-
MOSPHERE    -    AN   INSTRUMENT
EVALUATION STUDY.
                           ESR72-00650

Dee, LA
  A   NEW  MANUAL  METHOD  FOR
NITROGEN  OXIDES  EMISSION   MEA-
SUREMENT.
                         ESR73-00703 +

Dehne, H
  DEVELOPMENT  AND  APPLICATION
OF A HIGH VOLUME SAMPLING  TRAIN
FOR  PARTICULATE  MEASUREMENTS
OF STATIONARY SOURCES.
                          IER74-02070*

Dejong, G
  PROGRAMMABLE INSTRUMENT FOR
CONTROLLING   ATMOSPHERIC   SAM-
PLING.
                         ESR78-01033 +

Delemos, RA

  ACCELERATION  OF APPEARANCE OF
PULMONARY  SURFACTANT  IN  THE
FETAL  LAMB BY ADMINISTRATION OF
CORTICOSTEROIDS.
                         HER70-01197 +

Demerjian, KL

  COMPUTER  SIMULATION  OF  THE
CHEMISTRY OF A SIMPLE ANALOGUE
TO THE SUNLIGHT-IRRADIATED  AUTO-
EXHAUST POLLUTED ATMOSPHERE.
                           ESR72-00629
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Demuth, GR
  PHOTOLYSIS OF FORMALDEHYDE AS
A HYDROGEN ATOM  SOURCE IN  THE
LOWER ATMOSPHERE.
                          ESR72-00630
  THE  PREDICTED EFFECT OF CO ON
THE O3 LEVELS IN PHOTOCHEMICAL
SMOG SYSTEMS.
                         ESR72-00631 +
  THE   RELATIVE  IMPORTANCE   OF
THE VARIOUS INTERMEDIATE SPECIES
IN  OLEFIN  REMOVAL REACTIONS  IN
PHOTOCHEMICAL SMOG.
                         ESR72-00632 +
  THE  MECHANISM OF  PHOTOCHEMI-
CAL SMOG FORMATION.
                          ESR72-00633
  THE  EFFECT OF CARBON MONOXIDE
ON THE CHEMISTRY OF  PHOTOCHEMI-
CAL SMOG SYSTEMS.
                          ESR73-00677
  A KINETIC STUDY OF  THE CHEMIS-
TRY OF  THE  SO2  (3B)  REACTIONS
WITH CIS AND TRANS-2-BUTENE.
                         ESR74-00728 +
  PHOTOCHEMICAL  AIR  POLLUTION
MODELS.
                        ESR74-00733* +
  THE   MECHANISM OF THE ISOME-
RIZATION       OF       CIS-2-BUTENE
PHOTOSENSITIZED  BY SULFUR DIOX-
IDE EXCITED WITHIN THE FIRST AL-
LOWED BAND AT 3130 ANGSTROMS.
                         ESR75-00789+
  A   COMPUTER   PROGRAM    FOR
GENERATING THE  DIURNAL VARIA-
TION  OF  PHOTOLYTIC  RATE   CON-
STANTS FOR  ATMOSPHERIC  POLLU-
TANTS.
                         ESR75-00791 +
  PHOTOCHEMICAL        DIFFUSION
MODELS  FOR AIR  QUALITY SIMULA-
TION:  CURRENT STATUS.
                         ESR76-00867 +
  EVALUATION   OF  A  NUMERICAL
SCHEME FOR SOLVING  A CONSERVA-
TION OF SPECIES EQUATION.
                           ESR76-00874
  FREE RADICAL REACTIONS IN THE
PRODUCTION   OF    PHOTOCHEMICAL
SMOG.
                           ESR76-00884
  AEROSOL  FORMATION  IN  SIMPLE
PHOTOCHEMICAL SYSTEMS.
                           ESR76-00886
  THE  SENSITIVITY   OF  COMPUTER
OZONE  CONCENTRATIONS   TO   U.V.
RADIATION  IN  THE  LOS   ANGELES
AREA.
                           ESR76-00899
   CORRESPONDENCE   ON   THE    CH
MEIDES AND STEDMAN  PAPER OZONE
FORMATION  FROM  NOX  IN CLEAN
AIR.
                           ESR76-00919
  ACTIVE    SOLAR     FLUX    AND
PHOTOLYTIC  RATE  CONSTANTS  IN
THE TROPOSPHERE.
                           ESR76-00938
  PHOTOCHEMICAL   AIR    QUALITY
SIMULATION   MODELING:   CURRENT
STATUS FUTURE PROSPECTS.
                         ESR77-00964+
  EVALUATION     OF    NUMERICAL
SCHEMES FOR SOLVING A CONSERVA-
TION  OF  SPECIES  EQUATION  WITH
CHEMICAL TERMS.
                           ESR77-00974
  A HIGHWAY  MODEL  FOR  THE AD-
VECTION, DIFFUSION AND CHEMICAL
REACTION      OF      POLLUTANTS
RELEASED BY AUTOMOBILES: PART 1.
ADVECTION AND  DIFFUSION  OF  SF6
TRACER GAS.
                           ESR77-00975
  CALCULATION     OF     SELECTED
PHOTOLYTIC RATE CONSTANTS OVER
A DIURNAL RANGE. A COMPUTER  AL-
GORITHM.
                           ESR77-01015
  PHOTOCHEMICAL BOX  MODEL  FOR
URBAN AIR QUALITY SIMULATION
                           ESR78-01084

Demuth, GR
  THE PHYSIOLOGIC SIGNIFICANCE OF
GRUNTING RESPIRATION.
                           HER69-01177
  EFFECT OF RESPIRATORY PATTERNS
ON ALVEOLAR GAS EXCHANGE.
                           HER70-01198

Denny, DA
  REMOVAL   OF   SULFUR  DIOXIDE
FROM STACK  GASES  BY SCRUBBING
WITH    AMMONIACAL    SOLUTIONS:
PILOT SCALE STUDIES AT TVA.
                           IER73-02019
  ESTIMATING  FUTURE  AIR  POLLU-
TION  REQUIREMENTS  IN  THE TEX-
TILE INDUSTRY.
                          IER77-02182 +

Derbyshire, JB
  A   COMPARATIVE STUDY  OF  THE
HEAT-STABLE,    WATER   SOLUBLE
FRACTION AND THE  ACID-PRECIPITA-
BLE  MATERIAL  OF  VIBRIO  FETUS
CULTURES.
                           HER71-01215

Dicke, JL
  DETERMINING     CONCENTRATIONS
WHICH  MAY   EXIST  IN THE  CARIB-
BEAN AREA.
                         ESR71-00571* +
  AIR POLLUTION METEOROLOGY.
                         ESR72-00636* +
  FECTIVE   STACK    HEIGHT/PLUME
RISE.
                          ESR74-00737 +
  ENVIRONMENTAL
PROBLEMS/REQUIREMENTS  FOR  IN-
TERDISCIPLINARY TRAINING.
                         ESR75-00793* +

Dickerman, JC
  THE  INTERAGENCY  FGD  EVALUA-
TION STUDY.
                          IER79-02335 +

Dickerson, RC
  SURVEILLANCE  OF AIR QUALITY: A
BASIC  REQUIREMENT  FOR   HEALTH
EFFECTS STUDIES.
                          HER72-01375*
  HUMAN EXPOSURE  TO AIR POLLU-
TANTS  IN  FIVE   ROCKY  MOUNTAIN
COMMUNITIES, 1940-1970.
                           HER74-01563
  HUMAN EXPOSURE  TO AIR POLLU-
TANTS IN THE CHICAGO-NORTHWEST
INDIANA   METROPOLITAN   REGION,
1950-1971.
                           HER74-01567
  AN OVERVIEW OF CHESS.
                           HER74-01570
  SCOPE  OF   WET SCRUBBERS   FOR
ODOR CONTROL.
                         HER74-01578+

Dickson, CR
  TETROON TRAJECTORIES IN  URBAN
ATMOSPHERE.
                           ESR66-00353
Oil ley, J
  TOXICITY      STUDIES       WITH
DECAMETHRIN,      A     SYNTHETIC
PYRETHROID INSECTICIDE.
                          HER-0301126

Dimitriades, B
  PHOTOCHEMICAL OXIDANTS.
                         ESR73-00706+
  THE CONCEPT OF REACTIVITY AND
THE POSSIBLE APPLICATIONS IN CON-
TROL.
                         ESR74-00762 +
  DEVELOPMENT  AND   UTILITY  OF
REACTIVITY   SCALES   FROM   SMOG
CHAMBER DATA.
                         ESR75-00812+
  PHOTOCHEMICAL OXIDANTS IN THE
AMBIENT   AIR   OF   THE   UNITED
STATES.
                         ESR76-00868 +
  CHEMISTRY.
                         ESR76-00918+
  CORRESPONDENCE  ON   THE  CH
MEIDES  AND STEDMAN  PAPER  OZONE
FORMATION   FROM   NOX  IN  CLEAN
AIR.
                         ESR76-00919+
  INTERNATIONAL   CONFERENCE  ON
OXLDANT  PROBLEMS:  ANALYSIS OF
THE           EVIDENCE/VIEWPOINTS
PRESENTED. PART  I:  DEFINITION OF
KEY  ISSUES.
                         ESR77-00965 +
  INTERNATIONAL   CONFERENCE  ON
OXIDANTS,     1976-ANALYSIS     OF
EVIDENCE AND VIEWPOINTS. PART I.
DEFINITION  OF KEY ISSUES.
                         ESR77-00966+
  OXIDANT   CONTROL   STRATEGIES,
PART  I.  URBAN  OXIDANT  CONTROL
STRATEGY  DERIVED FROM EXISTING
SMOG CHAMBER DATA.
                         ESR77-00969+
  EPA'S   VIEW  OF  THE   OXIDANT
PROBLEM IN HOUSTON.
                         ESR78-01039+
  OXIDANT/03 AIR QUALITY BENEFITS
FROM EMISSIONS SUBSTITUTION.
                         ESR78-01040+
  IMPACT OF REACTIVITY  CRITERION
ON ORGANIC EMISSION  CONTROL FOR
STRATEGIES FOR LOS ANGELES.
                           ESR78-01094
  INTERNATIONAL  CONFERENCE ON
OXIDANT  PROBLEMS:   ANALYSIS  OF
THE            EVIDENCE/VIEWPOINTS
PRESENTED.         PART         II:
EVIDENCE/VIEWPOINTS   ON  KEY  IS-
SUES.
                         ESR79-01108+

Dimitriades, B (Chairman)
  SMOG    CHAMBER     CONFERENCE
PROCEEDINGS.
                         ESR76-00869+

Dimitriades, B (Ed.)
  INTERNATIONAL
PHOTOCHEMICAL
TION      AND
PROCEEDINGS VOL.
  INTERNATIONAL
 PHOTOCHEMICAL
 TANT     AND
 PROCEEDINGS VOL.

 Dipasquale, LC
  INHALATION
 PESTICIDES.
 CONFERENCE  ON
 OXIDANT  POLLU-
 ITS      CONTROL.
 I.
       ESR77-00967+
 CONFERENCE  ON
 OXIDANT  POLLU-
 ITS      CONTROL.
 II.
       ESR77-00968 +
TOXICOLOGY
                OF
                                                                                                        HER76-01773 +
 276

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                                                                                                   Drehmel, DC
  DISPOSITION OF 14C  AND/OR 74AS-
CACODYLIC  ACID IN RATS AFTER IN-
TRAVENOUS,  INTRATRACHEAL,  OR
PERORAL ADMINISTRATION.
                          HER77-01872
  THE ACUTE INHALATION TOXICOLO-
GY OF  THE TECHNICAL GRADE  OR-
GANOARSENICAL         PESTICIDES:
PHYTAR(R) 138 AND ANSAR(R) 8100.
                          HER78-01923

Dixon, RL
  INTERAGENCY                ENER-
GY/ENVIRONMENTAL  PROGRAMS  ON
ANIMAL TOXICOLOGY.
                          HER77-01811

Dobyns, DM
  MALIGNANT     AND      BENIGN
NEOPLASMS OF  THE THYROID IN PA-
TIENTS   TREATED  FOR   HYPERTHY-
ROIDISM.
                        HER74-01551 +

Dock, DS
  EARLIER ONSET OF QRS  IN  ANTERI-
OR PRECORDIAL ECO  LEADS. PRECI-
SION  OF TIME  INTERVAL MEASURE-
MENTS.
                          HER76-01747

Dodge, MC
  CONTAMINATED SMOG  CHAMBERS
IN AIR POLLUTION RESEARCH.
                          ESR72-00639
  THE ROLE OF CARBON  MONOXIDE
IN POLLUTED ATMOSPHERES.
                         ESR72-006S4+
  MODELING   OF   PHOTOCHEMICAL
SMOG.
                         ESR73-00702+
  WORKSHOP   ON   MATHEMATICAL
MODELING    OF    PHOTOCHEMICAL
SMOG:    SUMMARY     OF     THE
PROCEEDINGS.
                         ESR73-00716+
  FURTHER     DEVELOPMENT     OF
GENERALIZED KINETRIC  MECHANISM
FOR PHOTO-CHEMICAL SMOG.
                          ESR74-00748
  ADDENDUM TO FURTHER DEVELOP-
MENT   OF   GENERALIZED   KINETIC
MECHANISM  FOR  PHOTOCHEMICAL
SMOG.
                          ESR74-00776
  RATE   CONSTANT   MEASUREMENTS
NEEDED TO  IMPROVE  A GENERAL
KINETIC      MECHANISM      FOR
PHOTOCHEMICAL SMOG.
                         ESR75-00813 +
  OZONE   DECAY   IN   IRRADIATED
CHAMBERS.
                         ESR75-00819+
  CORRESPONDENCE   ON   THE  CH
MEIDES AND STEDMAN PAPER OZONE
FORMATION  FROM  NOX  IN  CLEAN
AIR.
                          ESR76-00919
  EFFECT OF SELECTED PARAMETERS
ON PREDICTIONS OF  A PHOTOCHEMI-
CAL MODEL.
                         ESR77-00950+
  COMBINED  USE   OF   MODELING
TECHNIQUES  AND  SMOG  CHAMBER
DATA TO DERIVE OZONE-PRECURSOR
RELATIONSHIPS.
                         ESR77-00970+
  EFFECTS   OF  SOLAR  ENERGY DIS-
TRIBUTION    ON    PHOTOCHEMICAL
SMOG FORMATION.
                          ESR78-01098
Dolder, MP
  SURVEY OF MANUAL  METHODS  OF
MEASUREMENTS     OF    ASBESTOS,
BERYLLIUM,    LEAD,    CADMIUM,
SELENIUM,  AND  MERCURY  IN STA-
TIONARY SOURCE  EMISSIONS.
                          EMS73-00030

Domanski, JJ
  HUMAN SUBJECT  EXPERIMENTS  TO
ESTIMATE   REENTRY  PERIODS FOR
MONOCROTOPHOS-TREATED TOBACCO.
                          HER76-01729

Donchin, E
  WHILE A MONKEY WAITS.
                         HER73-01493 +
  STUDIES IN  THE  PHYSIOLOGY  OF
CNV.
                         HER73-01494+

Dooley, AE
  TENTATIVE  METHOD OF ANALYSIS
FOR  Cl  THROUGH  C5 ATMOSPHERIC
HYDROCARBONS.
                          ESR70-00535
  TENTATIVE  METHOD OF ANALYSIS
FOR   7H-BENZ(DE)ANTHRACEN-7-ONE
AND PHENALEN-1-ONE  CONTENT  OF
THE ATMOSPHERE.
                          ESR70-00536
  TENTATIVE  METHOD OF ANALYSIS
FOR    POLYNUCLEAR    AROMATIC
HYDROCARBON   CONTENT   OF  AT-
MOSPHERIC PARTICULATE MATTER.
                          ESR70-00537
  TENTATIVE   METHOD   OF   CHRO-
MATOGRAPHY     ANALYSIS    FOR
BENZO(A)PYRENE                AND
BENZO(K)FLUORANTHENE   IN   AT-
MOSPHERIC PARTICULATE MATTER.
                          ESR70-00538
  TENTATIVE       METHOD       OF
MICROANALYSIS                 FOR
BENZO(A)PYRENE  IN  AIRBORNE PAR-
TICULATES  AND SOURCE EFFLUENTS,
                          ESR70-00539
  TENTATIVE  METHOD  OF  ROUTINE
ANALYSIS FOR POLYNUCLEAR ARO-
MATIC  HYDROCARBON  CONTENT  OF
THE   ATMOSPHERIC    PARTICULATE
MATTER.
                          ESR70-00540
  TENTATIVE   METHOD   OF  SPEC-
TROPHOTOMETRIC   ANALYSIS  FOR
BENZO(A)PYRENE   IN  ATMOSPHERIC
PARTICULATE MATTER.
                          ESR70-00541
  TENTATIVE METHOD FOR THE CON-
TINUOUS    ANALYSIS    OF    TOTAL
HYDROCARBONS IN THE ATMOSPHERE
(FLAME IONIZATION METHOD).
                          ESR71-00598

Dorsey, JA
  PARTICULATE   EMISSIONS   AND
PROCESS MONITORS.
                          IER71-01958 +
  INSTRUMENTAL    METHODS   FOR
FLUE GAS ANALYSIS.
                           IER72-01982
  MONITORING  SYSTEMS FOR  PAR-
TICULATE   CONTROL    EQUIPMENT
EVALUATIONS.
                         IER73-02024* +
  ENVIRONMENTAL       ASSESSMENT
SAMPLING  AND   ANALYSIS:  PHASED
APPROACH  AND  TECHNIQUES FOR
LEVEL 1.
                          IER77-02183 +
  JOINT US/USSR  TESTS   OF  PARTICU-
LATE  MASS  CONCENTRATION  MEA-
SUREMENT METHODS.
                           IER77-022I3
  JOINT US/USSR TESTS  OF PARTICLE
SIZE   DISTRIBUTION  MEASUREMENT
METHODS.
                           IER77-02214
  A PHASED  APPROACH  FOR CHARAC-
TERIZATION      OF     MULTIMEDIA
DISCHARGES FROM PROCESSES.
                         IER78-02298+
  LEVEL       1       MEASUREMENT
PROCEDURES      FOR      EFFLUENT
CHARACTERIZATION.
                           IER79-02352

Doty, S
  CLIMATOLOGICAL  ANALYSIS   OF
PA SQUILL  STABILITY   CATEGORIES
BASED ON STAR  SUMMARIES.
                         ESR76-00920+

Dougherty, RC
  POSITIVE   CHEMICAL   IONIZATION
MASS   SPECTRA   OF   POLYCYCLIC
CHLORINATED PESTICIDES.
                          HER72-01342
  NEGATIVE   CHEMICAL IONIZATION
MASS   SPECTRA   OF   POLYCYCLIC
CHLORINATED INSECTICIDES.
                         HER72-01349+
  POSITIVE AND  NEGATIVE  CHEMICAL
IONIZATION MASS  SPECTRA OF SOME
AROMATIC CHLORINATED PESTICIDES.
                         HER75-01618+

Doull,  J
  TREATMENT  OF  NITRITE-INDUCED
METHEMOGLOBINEMIA   WITH HYPER-
BARIC OXYGEN.
                          HER71-01292
  THE  USE  OF HYPERBARIC OXYGEN
IN    THE    TREATMENT   OF    P-
AMINOPROPIONPHENONE-INDUCED
METHEMOGLOBINEMIA.
                          HER73-01499

Doviak, RJ
  BISTATIC  RADAR  DETECTION   OF
THE MELTING LAYER.
                         HER72-01313 +

Draemel, DC
  RELATIONSHIP   BETWEEN  FABRIC
STRUCTURE  AND   FILTRATION  PER-
FORMANCE IN DUST FILTRATION.
                         IER73-02007+
  REGENERATION   CHEMISTRY   OF
SODIUM-BASED    DOUBLE    ALKALI
SCRUBBING PROCESS.
                         IER73-02008+
  EPA  OVERVIEW  OF SODIUM-BASED
DOUBLE-ALKALI  PROCESSES, PART I,
A VIEW OF THE  PROCESS CHEMISTRY
OF  IDENTIFIABLE   AND  ATTRACTIVE
SCHEMES.
                         IER73-02017+

Draftz, RG
  IDENTIFICATION  AND  SOURCES  OF
DENVER AEROSOL.
                         ESR74-00772 +

Drehmel, CH
  KEEPING  THE  FLY ASH OUT  OF
THE STACK.
                         IER78-02297+

Drehmel, DC
  SELECTED  STUDIES ON  ALKALINE
ADDITIVES FOR  SULFUR OXIDE CON-
TROL.
                           IER71-01964
  TESTS  TO  EVALUATE REACTIVITY
OF   BOILER   CALCINED LIMESTONE
USED IN AIR POLLUTION CONTROL.
                         IER71-01965 +
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Drinker, PA
  LIMESTONE  TYPES  FOR FLUE GAS
SCRUBBING.
                         IER72-01983 +
  WET  LIMESTONE  SCRUBBING   OF
SULFUR  OXIDES:  LIMESTONE  SELEC-
TION.
                         IER72-01988* +
  FRACTIONAL    EFFICIENCY     OF
METAL  FUME CONTROL AS  DETER-
MINED BY BRINK IMPACTOR.
                          IER73-02025*
  FINE PARTICULATE MEASUREMENTS
IN THE NON-FERROUS  SMELTING  IN-
DUSTRY.
                         IER74-02047* +
  CARBONATE    ROCK    PROPERTIES
REQUIRED   BY    DESULFURIZATION
PROCESSES.
                         IER74-02052* +
  FINE  PARTICLE  CONTROL   USING
SO2 SCRUBBERS.
                           IER75-02075
  CONTROL  OF  FINE   PARTICULATE
EMISSIONS     FROM     STATIONARY
SOURCES.
                           IER76-02113
  PRIMARY  FINE PARTICLE  CONTROL
TECHNOLOGY.
                         IER76-0211S +
  PARTICULATE  CONTROL   BY  CAR-
TRIDGE FILTRATION.
                         IER76-02157 +
  CONTROL  OF  FINE   PARTICULATE
EMISSIONS.
                           IER76-02171
  PARTICULATE CONTROL IN ENERGY
PROCESSES.
                         IER76-02172+
  STUDY  OF  OPERATING AND MAIN-
TENANCE  REQUIREMENTS   OF  ESP'S
IN THE USA.
                          IER77-02184+
  ADVANCED   ELECTROSTATIC  COL-
LECTION  CONCEPTS.
                          IER77-02185 +
  GRANULAR  BED FILTER FOR PARTI-
CLE  COLLECTION AT HIGH  TEMPERA-
TURE AND PRESSURE.
                          IER77-02186+
  FINE  PARTICLE  COLLECTION EFFI-
CIENCY IN THE A.P.T. DRY SCRUBBER.
                          IER77-02187 +
  HIGH TEMPERATURE  AND  PRESSURE
EFFECTS   ON  PARTICLE COLLECTION
 MECHANISMS.
                          IER77-02188 +
  HIGH TEMPERATURE  FINE PARTICLE
CONTROL USING CERAMIC FILTERS.
                          IER77-02189+
  IMPACT  OF PARTICULATES AND  SO2
 FROM COAL-FIRED POWER PLANTS ON
ACID RAIN.
                           IER77-02190
  JOINT US/USSR TESTS OF  A  VENTU-
 RI    SCRUBBER  AT   THE  NIKOPUL
FERRO-ALLOY PLANT.
                          IER77-02191 +
  JOINT US/USSR  TESTS OF  A HOT-
SIDE  ESP  AT  DUKE   POWER  CO.'S
ALLEN PLANT.
                          IER77-02192+
  HIGH-GRADIENT MAGNETIC COLLEC-
TION OF  PARTICULATE AIR  POLLU-
TANTS.
                          IER77-02193 +
  GRANULAR  BED FILTER STUDY.
                           IER77-02194
  FIELD   TEST    OF   A   VENTURI
SCRUBBER IN RUSSIA.
                          IER77-02195 +
  ADVANCED  ELECTROSTATIC   COL-
LECTION CONCEPTS.
                         IER77-02257+
  FINE      PARTICLE      CONTROL
TECHNOLOGY:  CONVENTIONAL  AND
NOVEL DEVICES.
                         IER77-02258 +
  HIGH   GRADIENT  MAGNETIC  PAR-
TICULATE COLLECTION.
                         IER78-02260+
  CONTROL  OF PARTICULATES  FROM
COMBUSTION.
                         IER78-02261 +
  CHARACTERIZATION  AND GENERA-
TION OF METAL AEROSOLS.
                           IER78-02292
  A.P.T.  DRY  SCRUBBER FOR PARTICU-
LATE COLLECTION AT HTP.
                           IER79-02314
  APPLICATION  OF HGMS  TO  FINE
PARTICULATE CONTROL.
                           IER79-02315
  FUNDAMENTAL  PARTICLE  COLLEC-
TION AT HIGH  TEMPERATURE AND
PRESSURE.
                           IER79-02316
  STATE OF CONTROL TECHNOLOGY
FOR  INDUSTRIAL FUGITIVE  PROCESS
PARTICULATE EMISSIONS.
                          IER79-02320+
  NEW  CONCEPTS  FOR CONTROL  OF
FUGITIVE DUST.
                          IER79-02346+
  PARTICLE  SIZE  MEASUREMENTS OF
AUTOMOTIVE DIESEL EMISSIONS.
                           IER79-02347
  NOVEL CONCEPTS,  METHODS AND
ADVANCED  TECHNOLOGY  IN  PAR-
TICULATE/GAS SEPARATION  (REPORT
ON A WORKSHOP).
                           IER79-02348
  APPLICATION  OF  HIGH  GRADIENT
MAGNETIC SEPARATION TO FINE PAR-
TICLE CONTROL.
                           IER79-02350

Drinker, PA
  DEVELOPMENT  OF  AN  IMPROVED
SMOKE INSPECTION GUIDE.
                           ESR58-00163

Driscoll, DJ
  DIRECT     DETERMINATION     OF
PHOSPHORUS   IN   GASOLINE   BY
FLAMELESS    ATOMIC   ABSORPTION
SPECTROMETRY.
                         EMS78-OOI05 +
  ANALYSIS  OF FUELS BY ION CHRO-
MATOGRAPHY:   COMPARISON   WITH
ASTM METHODS.
                           EMS79-00131

Drury, LD
  REDUCED   VALUES   OF   SOLAR
RADIATION  WITH  OCCURRENCE  ON
DENSE  SMOKE OVER THE CANADIAN
TUNDRA.
                           ESR67-00387

Dudgeon, AC
  MEASUREMENT  OF  ALPHA-PINENE
FLUXES  FROM  A  LOBLOLLY PINE
FOREST.
                           ESR78-01028

Dudley, JE
  REINVESTIGATION  OF THE JACOBS-
HOCHHEISER PROCEDURE FOR DETER-
MINING NITROGEN  DIOXIDE  IN  AM-
BIENT AIR.
                           EMS72-00013
  CONTINUOUS MONITORING  FOR AT-
MOSPHERIC  TOTAL   OXIDANT  AND
SIMULTANEOUS  DETERMINATION  OF
OZONE BY GAS PHASE TITRATION.
                        ESR69-00474* +

Duffee, RA
  DEFINING AND  MEASURING OBJEC-
TIONABLE ODORS.
                         ESR73-00697 +

Duffield, FV
  DETERMINATION OF HUMAN  BODY
BURDEN    BASELINE    DATA    OF
PLATINUM  THROUGH  AUTOPSY TIS-
SUE ANALYSIS.
                         HER76-01788+
  EPA'S  CATALYST  RESEARCH  PRO-
GRAM: ENVIRONMENTAL  IMPACT  OF
SULFURIC ACID EMISSIONS.
                          HER77-01851
  SOURCES  OF   ENVIRONMENTALLY
IMPORTANT  METALS  IN  THE  AT-
MOSPHERE.
                          HER79-01954

Duke, A
  A  COMPUTER  CONTROLLED  DATA
ACQUISITION      AND    RETRIEVAL
SYSTEM FOR USE IN AIR MONITORING
PROGRAMS.
                          HER74-01576*
  AN AUTOMATED DATA ACQUISITION
AND RETRIEVAL SYSTEM  FOR USE IN
THE COMMUNITY HEALTH AIR  MONI-
TORING    PROGRAM-CENTRAL   CON-
TROL STATION.
                          HER75-01648*
  AN AUTOMATED DATA ACQUISITION
SYSTEM  FOR  USE IN THE COMMUNI-
TY  HEALTH  AIR  MONITORING PRO-
GRAMS (CHAMP)  - REMOTE STATION.
                          HER75-01651*

Dunn, JM
  PRENATAL  EFFECTS  OF  DIELDRIN
AND PHOTODIELDRIN IN MICE AND
RATS.
                          HER75-01600

Durant, RC
  FURTHER       RESPONSES       OF
ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE  AND   OF
CONDUCTION IN BULLFROG  SCIATIC
NERVE  TO  THE  STEREOCHEMISTRY
OF AMINE INHIBITORS, II.
                          HER59-01133
  THE         RESPONSES         OF
ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE AND  CON-
DUCTION   IN   BULLFROG   SCIATIC
NERVE TO THE  STEROCHEMISTRY  OF
AMINOALCOHOL DERIVATIVES, HI.
                          HER59-01134

Durham, JL
  DIFFUSION  COEFFICIENT OF  SO2 IN
AIR.
                           ESR71-00583
  RADIOCHEMICAL  ANALYSIS OF  SO2
ADSORBED ON PBO2.
                          ESR72-00649+
  STUDIES  OF  SULFUR  COMPOUNDS
ON  SMOKE  PARTICLES  AND  OTHER
SOLIDS   BY  PHOTOELECTRON  SPEC-
TROSCOPY.
                           ESR72-00657
  IDENTIFICATION AND  SOURCES  OF
DENVER  AEROSOL.
                           ESR74-00772
  COMPARISON    OF  VOLUME   AND
MASS  DISTRIBUTIONS  FOR  DENVER
AEROSOLS.
                          ESR74-00773 +
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                                                                                                    Einchep, CL
  COMPARISON  OF  VOLUME &  MASS
DISTRIBUTIONS     FOR     DENVER
AEROSOLS.
                         ESR75-00820+
  X-RAY   FLUORESCENCE   ANALYSIS
OF DENVER AEROSOL.
                          ESR76-00848
                MEASUREMENT  OF
                   SUBMICROMETRIC
  CONTINUOUS
SULFUR     IN
AEROSOLS.
                         ESR76-00870+
  PARTICULATE   SULFUR  ANALYSIS:
APPLICATION TO  HIGH TIME RESOLU-
TION    AIRCRAFT    SAMPLING    IN
PLUMES.
                          ESR76-00930
  APPLICATION OF AN SO2-DENUDER
FOR CONTINUOUS MEASUREMENT OF
SULFUR     JN     SUBMICROMETRIC
AEROSOLS.
                         ESR78-01041 +

Durham, O
  X-RAY   FLUORESCENCE   ANALYSIS
OF  DENVER AEROSOL.
                          ESR76-00848

Durham, WF
  EFFECTS OF PESTICIDES ON MAN.
                        HER65-01143 +
  SIGNIFICANCE    OF     PESTICIDE
RESIDUES TO HUMAN HEALTH.
                        HER71-01257+
  ANALYTICAL DIAGNOSIS  OF PESTI-
CIDE     POISONING:     COLLECTION,
STORAGE, AND SHIPMENT OF BIOLOG-
ICAL SAMPLES.
                          HER71-01264
  ABSORPTION  AND  EXCRETION OF
PARATHION BY SPRAYMEN.
                        HER72-01336+
  MUTAGENIC,   TERATOGENIC,   AND
CARCINOGENIC PROPERTIES OF PESTI-
CIDES.
                        HER72-01343 +
  EXPOSURE  OF  MOSQUITO  CONTROL
WORKERS TO FENTHION.
                          HER74-01532
  EXPOSURE  OF  APPLE THINNERS TO
PARATHION RESIDUES.
                          HER75-01700
  HUMAN   HEALTH   HAZARDS   OF
RESPIRATORY  EXPOSURE  TO PESTI-
CIDES.
                        HER76-01774 +
  DISPOSITION  OF  14C  AND/OR  74AS-
CACODYLIC ACID IN  RATS  AFTER IN-
TRAVENOUS,   INTRATRACHEAL,   OR
PERORAL ADMINISTRATION.
                          HER77-01872
Durocher, DF
  EMISSIONS  ASSESSMENT  OF  THE
CHEMICALLY   ACTIVE  FLUID  BED
(CAFB) PROCESS.
                           IER76-02143
Dutta, SK
  RELATIONSHIP  BETWEEN  2.45  GHZ
MICROWAVE   EXPOSURE,   TEMPERA-
TURE AND SPONTANEOUS GENE  CON-
VERSION.
                          HER75-01597

Dykema, O
  ANALYSIS OF GAS,  OIL,  AND COAL
FIRED UTILITY BOILER TEST DATA.
                           IER76-02116

Dzubay, TG
  APPLICATIONS      OF      X-RAY
FLUORESCENCE   TO   PARTICULATE
MEASUREMENT.
                         ESR73-00723 +
  A  CHEMILUMINESCENT  APPROACH
TO  MEASUREMENT OF STRONG  ACID
AEROSOLS.
                         ESR74-00746+
  SELF   ABSORPTION   CORRECTIONS
FOR X-RAY FLUORESCENCE ANALYSIS
OF  AEROSOLS.
                         ESR74-00756+
  BACKGROUND REDUCTION  IN X-RAY
FLUORESCENCE    SPECTRA    USING
POLARIZATION.
                         ESR74-00774+
  AMBIENT   AIR   ANALYSIS    WITH
DICHOTOMOUS  SAMPLER AND X-RAY
FLUORESCENCE SPECTROMETER.
                         ESR75-00802+
  THE   CHARACTERIZATION  OF  AT-
MOSPHERIC AEROSOL BY PHYSICAL &
CHEMICAL METHODS.
                         ESR75-00821 +
  X-RAY  FLUORESCENCE   ANALYSIS
OF  DENVER AEROSOL.
                         ESR76-00848+
  MONTE   CARLO   SIMULATION  OF
SELF ABSORPTION EFFECTS IN  ELE-
MENTAL   XRF   ANALYSIS  OF   AT-
MOSPHERIC PARTICULATES.
                         ESR76-00871 +
  PARTICLE   BOUNCE   ERROR   IN
CASCADE IMPACTORS.
                         ESR76-00872 +
  CALIBRATION   OF   AN  ENERGY
DISPERSIVE  X-RAY   FLUORESCENCE
SPECTROMETER.
                          ESR76-00904
  POLMER FILBERT AS  CALIBRATION
STANDARDS FOR X-RAY.
                         ESR77-00971 +
  RECENT  ADVANCES  IN  ENERGY-
DESPERSIVE    SRF   ANALYSIS    OF
AEROSOL SAMPLES.
                         ESR77-00972+
  TWO  STAGE  RESPIRABLE  AEROSOL
SAMPLER USING NUCLEPORE FILTERS
IN  SERIES.
                          ESR77-01004
  GENERAL     MOTORS     SULFATE
DISPERSION  EXPERIMENT:  SUMMARY
OF  EPA MEASUREMENTS.
                          ESR77-01023
  X-RAY  FLUORESCENCE  ANALYSIS
OF   FILTER  COLLECTED   AEROSOL
PARTICLES.
                         ESR78-01104+
  COMPOSITION OF AEROSOLS   OVER
LOS ANGELES FREEWAYS.
                         ESR79-01121 +

Dzubay, TG (Ed.)
  X-RAY FLORESCENCE  ANALYSIS OF
ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLES.
                         ESR77-00973 +
                                       Ebron, MT
                                         DISTRIBUTION       OF        2,4,5-
                                       TRICHLOROPHENOXYACETIC  ACID  IN
                                       THE MOUSE FETUS.
                                                                 HER77-01815
                                         TERATOLOGY   STUDY   OF   PEN-
                                       TACHLOROBENZENE  IN   MICE:  NO
                                       TERATOGENIC  EFFECT  AT 50  OR 100
                                       MG/KG/DAY FROM DAY 6  TO DAY 15
                                       OF GESTATION.
                                                                 HER77-01817
                                         ISOZYME   PROFILES   OF   LACTIC
                                       DEHYDROGENASE    AND   CREATINE
                                                                              PHOSPHOKINASE
                                                                              MOUSE HEARTS.
                                                                                                  IN
                          NEONATAL

                          HER78-01932
Edgar, TF
  ASSESSMENT  OF  THE  COST  AND
PERFORMANCE    OF    PARTICULATE
CONTROL DEVICES FOR LOW-SULFUR
WESTERN COALS.
                           IER79-02311

Edgerton, TR
  ELECTRON  CAPTURE  GAS   CHRO-
MATOGRAPHIC  DETERMINATION  OF
KEPONE RESIDUES  IN ENVIRONMEN-
TAL SAMPLES
                          HER77-01858
  ELECTRON  CAPTURE  GAS   CHRO-
MATOGRAPHIC DETERMINATION  OF 2-
SEC-BUTYL-4,6-DINOTROPHENOL
(DNBP) RESIDUES  IN  FEED.  TISSUE,
AND EXCRETA.
                         HER78-01901 +

Edinger, JG
  ANGEL  OBSERVATIONS  WITH  THE
AN/TPQ-6 AT SANTA MONICA, CALIF.
                        ESR60-00187 +

Edmundson,  WF
  LEVELS   OF  DDT  AND  DDE  IN
BLOOD AND DDA  IN URINE  OF PESTI-
CIDE  FORMULATORS FOLLOWING  A
SINGLE INTENSIVE EXPOSURE.
                         HER59-01136+
  DDT AND  DDE IN BLOOD  AND DDA
IN  URINE  OF  MEN  EXPOSED  TO 3
PERCENT  DDT AEROSOL.
                         HER70-01193 +

Edney, EO
  PEROXYCHLOROFORMYL   NITRATE:
SYNTHESIS  AND THERMAL STABILITY.
                          ESR78-OI089

Ehrlich, R
  CHRONIC  EXPOSURE TO  NITROGEN
DIOXIDE:  IMMUNOLOGIC, PHYSIOLOG-
IC  AND  PATHOLOGIC  EFFECTS  IN
VIRUS-CHALLENGED  SQUIRREL  MON-
KEYS.
                          HER73-01410
  INTERACTION NICKEL  OXIDE AND
INFLUENZA   INFECTION    IN   THE
HAMSTER.
                          HER75-01610
  POTENTIATING  EFFECTS   OF  MAN-
GANESE DIOXIDE  ON EXPERIMENTAL
RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS.
                          HER76-01745
  CYTOTOXICITY    TO    ALVEOLAR
MACROPHAGES  OF  METAL  OXIDES
ADSORBED ON FLY ASH.
                          HER77-01797
  HEALTH EFFECTS  OF  SHORT-TERM
EXPOSURE  TO NITROGEN DIOXIDE  -
OZONE MIXTURES.
                         HER77-01823 +
  HEALTH EFFECTS  OF  SHORT-TERM
INHALATION  OF  NITROGEN DIOXIDE
AND OZONE MIXTURES.
                         HER77-01824+
  BIOCHEMICAL      INDICES      OF
NITROGEN DIOXIDE INTOXICATION OF
GUINEA  PIGS   FOLLOWING   LOW
LEVEL - LONG TERM EXPOSURE.
                          HER77-01857

Einchep, CL
  FLUORESCENCE    AMBIENT  NO  2
MONITOR WITH  FLASHLAMP  PUMP-
ING.
                          ESR77-01007
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Einchep, CL
Elbert, WC
  BENZO(A)PYRENE  CONTENT OF THE
AIR OF AMERICAN COMMUNITIES.
                          ESR60-00188
  THE DETECTION  AND DETERMINA-
TION  OF  POLYNUCLEAR  HYDROCAR-
BONS IN URBAN  AIRBORNE PARTICU-
LATES.  I. THE BENZOPYRENE FRAC-
TION.
                          ESR60-00192
  SEPARATION  AND  CHARACTERIZA-
TION  OF POLYNUCLEAR  AROMATIC
HYDROCARBONS IN URBAN AIRBORNE
PARTICULATES.
                          ESR60-00197
  SPOT    TEST    DETECTION    AND
COLORIMETRIC  DETERMINATION  OF
AROMATIC   AMINES   AND   IMINO
HETEROAROMATIC COMPOUNDS WITH
3-METHYL-2-BENZ-THIAZOLONE
HYDRAZONE.
                          ESR61-00221
  SPOT  TEST  DETECTION AND  SPEC-
TROPHOTOMETRIC    CHARACTERIZA-
TION  AND DETERMINATION  OF  CAR-
BAZOLES,  AZO  DYES,  STILBENES,
AND SCHIFF BASES. APPLICATION OF
3-METHYL-2-BENZOTHLAZOLONE
HYDRAZONE,  P-NITROSOPHENOL  AND
FLUOROMETRIC   METHODS   TO  THE
DETERMINATION  OF CARBAZOLE  IN
AIR.
                          ESR61-00222
  SPOT  TEST  DETECTION AND SPEC-
TROPHOTOMETRIC   DETERMINATION
OF AZULENE  COMPOUNDS  WITH 2-
HYDROZINOBENZOTHIAZOLE   OR  3-
METHYL-2-BENZOTHIAZOLONE
HYDRAZONE.
                          ESR61-00223
  THE 3-METHYL-2-BENZOTHIAZOLONE
HYDRAZONE  TEST.  SENSITIVE  NEW
METHODS   FOR    THE   DETECTION,
RAPID ESTIMATION, AND  DETERMINA-
TION OF ALIPHATIC ALDEHYDES.
                          ESR61-00225
  POLYNUCLEAR           AROMATIC
HYDROCARBON COMPOSITION OF AIR
POLLUTED   BY    COAL-TAR   PITCH
FUMES.
                          ESR62-00242
  POLYNUCLEAR           AROMATIC
HYDROCARBON COMPOSITION OF THE
ATMOSPHERE IN  SOME LARGE AMER-
ICAN CITIES.
                          ESR62-00243
  SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC  DETERMINA-
TION OF AZULENE WITH  ELECTRO-
PHILIC  REAGENTS.
                          ESR62-00245
  SPOT  TEST  DETECTION  AND SPEC-
TROPHOTOMETRIC   DETERMINATION
OF     NITRITE     WITH     P-PHEN-
YLAZOANILINE.
                          ESR62-00256
  CORRELATION  OF PIPERONAL  TEST
VALUES FOR AROMATIC  COMPOUNDS
WITH  THE  ATMOSPHERIC  CONCEN-
TRATION OF BENZO(A)PYRENE.
                          ESR63-00267
  THE  APPLICATION OF  THIN-LAYER
CHROMATOGRAPHIC AND  SPECTRAL
PROCEDURES  TO THE  ANALYSIS OF
AZA  HETEROCYCLIC HYDROCARBONS
IN  COMPLEX MIXTURES.
                          ESR64-00289
  APPLICATION OF THIN-LAYER CHRO-
MATOGRAPHY TO THE ANALYSIS OF
ATMOSPHERIC    POLLUTANTS   AND
DETERMINATION                  OF
BENZO(A)PYRENE.
                          ESR64-00290
  QUENCHOFLUOROMETRIC  ANALYSIS
FOR  FLUORANTHENIC   HYDROCAR-
BONS IN  THE  PRESENCE  OF  OTHER
TYPES  OF   AROMATIC   HYDROCAR-
BONS.
                          ESR64-00303
  THIN-LAYER    CHROMATOGRAPHIC
SEPARATION    AND   ANALYSIS   OF
POLYNUCLEAR  AZA  HETEROCYCLIC
COMPOUNDS.
                          ESR64-00308
  THIN-LAYER    CHROMATOGRAPHIC
SEPARATION    OF   BENZO(A)PYRENE
AND  BENZO(K)FLUORANTHENE FROM
AIRBORNE PARTICULATES.
                          ESR64-00309
  ANALYSIS  OF  THE  URBAN  AT-
MOSPHERE   AND   AIR   POLLUTION
SOURCE  EFFLUENTS FOR PHENALEN-
1-ONE AND 7H-BENZ(DE)ANTHRACEN-7-
ONE.
                          ESR65-00324
  CHARACTERIZATION             OF
POLYNUCLEAR  AZA  HETEROCYCLIC
HYDROCARBONS     SEPARATED    BY
COLUMN  AND  THIN-LAYER   CHRO-
MATOGRAPHY  FROM AIR POLLUTION
SOURCE PARTICULATES.
                          ESR65-00325
  COLUMN  AND THIN-LAYER  CHRO-
MATOGRAPHIC    SEPARATION    OF
POLYNUCLEAR RING-CARBONYL COM-
POUNDS.
                          ESR65-00327
  DIRECT FLUORIMETRIC   SCANNING
OF   THIN-LAYER   CHROMATOGRAMS
AND ITS APPLICATION TO AIR POLLU-
TION STUDIES.
                          ESR65-00330
  THE    FLUORESCENCE-QUENCHING
EFFECT IN THIN-LAYER CHROMATOG-
RAPHY  OF POLYNUCLEAR  AROMATIC
HYDROCARBONS   AND  THEIR   AZA
ANALOGS.
                          ESR65-00332
  QUANTITATIVE  COMPOSITION   OF
THE  URBAN ATMOSPHERE  IN TERMS
OF   POLYNUCLEAR  AZA   HETERO-
CYCLIC COMPOUNDS AND ALIPHATIC
AND    POLYNUCLEAR     AROMATIC
HYDROCARBONS.
                          ESR65-00342
  ASSAY   FOR  9-ACRIDANONE   IN
URBAN ATMOSPHERE BY THIN LAYER
CHROMATOGRAPHY    FLUOROMETRIC
PROCEDURES.
                          ESR67-00394
  COMPARISON OF METHODS FOR THE
DETERMINATION OF BENZO(A)PYRENE
IN  PARTICULATES FROM URBAN  AND
OTHER ATMOSPHERES.
                          ESR67-00403
  COMPARISON   OF  FLUORIMETRIC
METHODS     OF     ASSAY     FOR
BENZ(C)ACRIDINE                AND
BENZO(H)QUINOLINE IN URBAN  AT-
MOSPHERES   AND   AIR  POLLUTION
SOURCE  EFFLUENTS.
                           ESR67-00426

Elder, HW
  OPERABILITY  AND RELIABILITY OF
THE      EPA       LIME-LIMESTONE
SCRUBBING TEST FACILITY.
                         IER73-02013 +

Elder, JA
  RESPIRATION-DEPENDENT    TRANS-
PORT OF CARBON DIOXIDE INTO RAT
LIVER MITOCHONDRIA.
                         HER73-01414 +
  ENERGY-LINKED UPTAKE OF CA2  +
SUPPORTED BY CARBON DIOXIDE: IN-
HIBITION BY DIAMOX.
                        HER73-01415+
  ASPECTS  OF MITOCHONDRIAL FUNC-
TION IN CALCIUM  MOVEMENT  AND
CALCIFICATION.
                          HER73-01416
  THE  EFFECT OF MICROWAVES (2450
MHZ)   IN   ISOLATED   RAT  LIVER
MITOCHONDRIA.
                        HER75-01601 +
  BIOLOGICAL   EFFECTS   OF   NON-
IONIZING RADIATION.
                        HER75-01672+
  MEASURE OF ENZYMATIC ACTIVITY
COINCIDENT    WITH    2450    MHZ
MICROWAVE EXPOSURE.
                          HER75-01697
  A  COAXIAL AIR  LINE MICROWAVE
EXPOSURE SYSTEM:  RESPIRATORY AC-
TIVITY    OF    MITOCHONDRIA    IR-
RADIATED  AT 2-4 GHZ.
                        HER76-01775+
  THE    EFFECT   OF   MICROWAVE
RADIATION  (2450   MHZ)   ON  THE
MORPHOLOGY   AND  CHROMOSOMES
OF LYMPHOCYTES.
                          HER77-01844

Elfring, GC
  CHANGES   IN   THE  ELECTROEN-
CEPHALOGRAM   FOLLOWING   SUB-
ACUTE  EXPOSURE TO CARBARYL AND
BAYGON.   CORRELATION  WITH  EEG
CHANGES  IN SUB-HUMAN PRIMATES
AFTER  CHRONIC, LOW LEVEL  EXPO-
SURE TO BAYGON.
                          HER75-01617"
  MATCHED  DIGITAL  FILTERING  OF
THE  ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM ON
THE PDP-8.
                        HER75-01673 +
  THE   EFFECTS  OF CHRONIC,  LOW
LEVEL  BAYGON  EXPOSURE ON  DEEP
BRAIN STRUCTURES OF RHESUS  MON-
KEYS.
                          HER76-01752

Ellestad, TG
  COMPARISON   OF   VOLUME  AND
MASS  DISTRIBUTIONS  FOR  DENVER
AEROSOLS.
                           ESR74-00773
  COMPARISON OF VOLUME  &  MASS
DISTRIBUTIONS      FOR      DENVER
AEROSOLS.
                           ESR75-00820
  X-RAY  FLUORESCENCE   ANALYSIS
OF DENVER AEROSOL.
                           ESR76-00848
  GENERAL     MOTORS     SULFATE
DISPERSION  EXPERIMENT: SUMMARY
OF EPA MEASUREMENTS.
                           ESR77-01023

Elliott, JW
  ABSORPTION AND  EXCRETION  OF
PARATHION BY SPRAYMEN.
                           HER72-01336

Ellis, EC
  EVALUATION                    OF
TRIETHANOLAMINE  PROCEDURE FOR
DETERMINATION OF  NITROGEN  DIOX-
IDE IN  AMBIENT AIR.
                         EMS74-O0049+
  EVALUATION OF  GAS  PHASE TITRA-
TION  TECHNIQUE   AS   USED   FOR
CALIBRATION OF NITROGEN DIOXIDE
CHEMILUMINESCENCE ANALYZERS.
                        EMS75-00054+
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                                                                                                      Epstein, M
  TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE DOCUMENT
FOR THE CHEMILUMINESCENCE MEA-
SUREMENT OF NO2.
                        EMS75-00067 +

Ellis, PD
  MERCURY 199 FOURIER TRANSFORM
NMR.
                        HER75-01641*
  CARBON-13   NUCLEAR   MAGNETIC
RESONANCE.  13C  CHEMICAL  SHIFTS
AND  13C-199  HG   COUPLING  CON-
STANTS FOR  SOME ORGANOMERCURY
COMPOUNDS.
                          HER76-01763

Ellison, AH
  GASOLINE  COMPOSITION  RESTRIC-
TIONS  AS A MEANS OF AUTOMOTIVE
EMISSIONS CONTROL.
                        ESR71-00587 +
  PROGRESS  IN   INSTRUMENTATION
AND  TECHNIQUES  FOR  MEASURE-
MENT OF AIR POLLUTANTS.
                        ESR74-00752+

Ellman, GE
  A NEW  AND RAPID  COLORIMETRIC
DETERMINATION                   OF
ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE ACTIVITY.
                          HER61-01138

Emmerling, DC
  SEPARATION  OF  ROTENOIDS   BY
HIGH PRESSURE LIQUID CHROMATOG-
RAPHY.
                          HER77-01827

Engel, CR
  CHROMATOGRAPH  LOCATION  AND
COLORIMETRIC  DETERMINATION   OF
MERCAPTANS, PROLINES AND  FREE-
RADICAL PRECURSORS.
                          ESR67-00399
  COLORIMETRIC  DETERMINATION  OF
FURFURAL  AND   ITS   PRECURSORS
WITH AZULENE.
                          ESR67-00400
  COMPARISON OF MBTH AND OTHER
METHODS  FOR THE DETERMINATION
OF  SUGARS  AND  OTHER  ALPHA-
GLYCOLIC   DERIVATIVES.   APPLICA-
TION TO AIR POLLUTION.
                          ESR67-00402
  DETERMINATION   OF   2-AMINO-3-
HYDROXY  ACIDS  AND ANALOGOUS
COMPOUNDS      CONTAINING      2-
AMINOETHANOL                   OR
ETHYLENEDIAMINE STRUCTURES.
                          ESR67-00405
  THE  MBTH OXIDATIVE DETERMINA-
TION OF OLEFINIC COMPOUNDS.
                          ESR67-00413
  PAPER   AND  THIN-LAYER   ELEC-
TROPHORETIC    SEPARATIONS     OF
POLYNUCLEAR  AZA HETEROCYCLIC
COMPOUNDS.
                          ESR67-00414
  A  SUPERIOR  THIN-LAYER  CHRO-
MATOGRAPHIC  PROCEDURE  FOR THE
SEPARATION  OF  AZA  ARENES  AND
ITS APPLICATION TO AIR POLLUTION.
                        ESR67-0042! +
  AZULENE PROCEDURE  FOR CHRO-
MATOGRAPHIC  ANALYSIS   OF  ARO-
MATIC   AND  HETEROCYCLIC   AL-
DEHYDES,   CARBOHYDRATES,   AND
OTHER ALDEHYDE PRECURSORS.
                        ESR68-00444+
  DIRECT     SPECTROFLUOROMETRIC
ANALYSIS  OF CHROMATOGRAMS AND
PHEROGRAMS.
                        ESR68-00447+
  DIRECT  SPECTROPHOTOFLUORIMET-
RIC  ANALYSIS  OF  COMPOUNDS ON
PAPER AND THIN-LAYER CHROMATO-
GRAMS AND PHEROGRAMS.
                         ESR68-00448 +
  LOCATION  AND  ANALYSIS  OF  2-
DEOXY SUGARS ON CHROMATOGRAMS
AND        PHEROGRAMS        BY
FLUORESCENCE.
                          ESR68-00453
  RAPID     ITLC      FLUOROMETRIC
METHODS   FOR  THE   ASSAY  OF
PHENALEN-1-ONE       AND      7H-
BENZ(DE)ANTHRACEN-7-ONE  IN  POL-
LUTED URBAN ATMOSPHERES.
                         ESR68-00459+
  FLUORIMETRIC   ESTIMATION    OF
ACRIDINE IN  AIRBORNE  AND  OTHER
PARTICULATES.
                          ESR69-00478

Engel, RE
  ENVIRONMENTAL     LEAD    AND
PUBLIC HEALTH.
                         HER71-01284+

England, GC
  COMBUSTION OF LIQUID SYNFUELS.
                           IER79-02306

Engle, ME
  THE   EFFECT   OF   MICROWAVE
RADIATION   (2450   MHZ)  ON  THE
MORPHOLOGY   AND  CHROMOSOMES
OF LYMPHOCYTES.
                          HER77-01844

English, TD
  THE EFFECT  OF  SULFUR DIOXIDE
AND   SUSPENDED   SULFATES   ON
ACUTE   RESPIRATORY  DISEASE  IN
CHILDREN  AND  ADULTS  IN   FOUR
AREAS OF THE UNITED STATES.
                         HER72-01365'
  SURVEILLANCE OF AIR QUALITY:  A
BASIC REQUIREMENT  FOR HEALTH
EFFECTS STUDIES.
                         HER72-01375*
  HUMAN EXPOSURE TO AIR  POLLU-
TION  IN   SELECTED  NEW   YORK
METROPOLITAN  COMMUNTIES,  1944-
1971.
                         HER74-OI558+
  HUMAN EXPOSURE TO AIR  POLLU-
TANTS IN SALT LAKE BASIN COMMU-
NITIES, 1940-1971.
                          HER74-01561
  HUMAN EXPOSURE TO AIR  POLLU-
TANTS  IN  FIVE  ROCKY  MOUNTAIN
COMMUNITIES, 1940-1970.
                         HER74-01563 +
  HUMAN EXPOSURE TO AIR  POLLU-
TANTS IN  THE CHICAGO-NORTHWEST
INDIANA   METROPOLITAN  REGION,
1950-1971.
                          HER74-01567

Enos, HF
  METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF
LOW  LEVELS  OF EXPOSURE TO 2,4-D
AND 2,4,5-T.
                          HER71-01222
  CLEANUP   PROCEDURE   FOR  THE
DETERMINATION OF LOW  LEVELS OF
ALKYL                  PHOSPHATES,
THIOPHOSPHATES,                AND
DITHIOPHOSPHATES   IN   RAT  AND
HUMAN URINE.
                          HER71-01223
  DETERMINATION  OF  LOW  LEVELS
OF 1-NAPHTHOL IN URINE AS  AN IN-
DICATION OF HUMAN  EXPOSURE TO
CARBARYL.
                          HER71-01242
  A METHOD FOR CONFIRMATION OF
ORGANOPHOSPHORUS COMPOUNDS AT
THE RESIDUE LEVEL.
                          HER71-01271
  OXYCHLORDANE     RESIDUE    IN
HUMAN ADIPOSE TISSUE.
                          HER73-01437
  HUMAN    EXPOSURE    TO    OR-
GANOPHOSPHORUS    PESTICIDES.   A
MODIFIED PROCEDURE  FOR THE GAS-
LIQUID  CHROMATOGRAPHIC  ANALY-
SIS    OF    ALKYL     PHOSPHATE
METABOLITES IN URINE.
                          HER73-01459
  MULTIRESIDUE   PROCEDURE   FOR
HALO-  AND  NITROPHENOLS.   MEA-
SUREMENT    OF   EXPOSURE    TO
BIODEGRADABLE  PESTICIDES  YIELD-
ING    THESE     COMPOUNDS    AS
METABOLITES.
                          HER73-01461
  DEVELOPMENT OF SAMPLING AND
ANALYTICAL PROCEDURE  FOR DETER-
MINING  HEXACHLOROBENZENE AND
HEXACHLORO-1.3-BUTADIENE AIR.
                          HER74-01528

En none, RE
  THE NATIONAL AIR SURVEILLANCE
CASCADE IMPACTOR NETWORK. PART
II:  SIZE  DISTRIBUTION  OF   TRACE
METALS  IN AIR.
                          EMS72-00007
  DETERMINATION  OF  ORGANIC AND
TOTAL  LEAD IN THE  ATMOSPHERE
BY   ATOMIC    ABSORPTION   SPEC-
TROMETRY.
                          EMS73-00029

Ensor, DS
  ELEMENTAL ANALYSIS OF FLY ASH
FROM COMBUSTION OF A LOW SUL-
FUR COAL.
                         IER75-02081* +
  PROPAGATION   OF ERRORS  IN PAR-
TICULATE  SIZE  DISTRIBUTION  MEA-
SUREMENTS    PERFORMED    USING
CASCADE IMPACTORS.
                          IER75-02082*
  EVALUATION  OF  A   PARTICULATE
SCRUBBER ON A FULL  SCALE  UTLITY
BOILER.
                           IER76-02146

Environmental Sciences Research
Laboratory
  REPORT  ON   THE   PROBLEM   OF
HALOGENATED  AIR  POLLUTANTS  &
STRATOSPHERIC OZONE.
                         ESR75-00822+
  EMISSION    OF   SULFUR-BEARING
COMPOUNDS  FROM  MOTOR VEHICLE
AND  AIRCRAFT   ENGINES. A  REPORT
TO CONGRESS.
                         ESR78-01060+

Epstein, M
  TEST PROGRAM FOR  THE EPA AL-
KALI SCRUBBING TEST FACILITY  AT
THE SHAWNEE POWER PLANT.
                          IER72-01979+
  OPERATING  EXPERIENCE  WITH  A
PROTOTYPE          LIME-LIMESTONE
SCRUBBING TEST FACILITY.
                          IER72-01997*
  LIMESTONE TEST  RESULTS  AT  THE
EPA  ALKALI WET-SCRUBBING  TEST
FACILITY  AT  THE  TVA  SHAWNEE
POWER PLANT.
                         IER73-02031* +
  TEST RESULTS FROM  THE EPA AL-
KALI SCRUBBING TEST  FACILITIES AT
                                                                                                               281

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Epstein, SS
THE TVA  SHAWNEE  POWER  PLANT
AND AT RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK.
                        IER73-02037* +

Epstein, SS
  PHOTODYNAMIC    BIOASSAY    OF
POLYCYCLIC AIR POLLUTANTS.
                         ESR63-00273 +
  PHOTODYNAMIC    BIOASSAY    OF
POLYCYCLIC  ATMOSPHERIC   POLLU-
TANTS.
                         ESR65-00339 +
  CARCINOGENICITY   OF    ORGANIC
PARTICULATE     POLLUTANTS     IN
URBAN  AIR  AFTER ADMINISTRATION
OF TRACE QUANTITIES TO NEONATAL
MICE.
                         ESR66-00357+
  PHOTODYNAMIC     ASSAY      OF
NEUTRAL   SUBFRACTIONS  OF  OR-
GANIC  EXTRACTS OF  PARTICULATE
ATMOSPHERIC POLLUTANTS.
                         ESR68-00456+
  CARCINOGENICITY   OF    ORGANIC
FRACTIONS  OF  PARTICULATE  POLLU-
TANTS  COLLECTED  IN  NEW  YORK
CITY   AND  ADMINISTERED   SUBCU-
TANEOUSLY TO INFANT MICE.
                          HER72-01307

Ertedel, RA
  TENTATIVE METHOD  OF ANALYSIS
FOR    POLYNUCLEAR     AROMATIC
HYDROCARBONS IN AUTOMOBILE EX-
HAUST.
                           ESR74-00783

Eskridge, RE
  ON THE DYNAMICAL MODELING OF
SEVERE LOCAL STORMS.
                        ESR73-00682* +
  POINT  SOURCE  TRANSPORT  MODEL
WITH A SIMPLE DIFFUSION CALCULA-
TION FOR ST. LOUIS.
                           ESR76-00866
  EFFECT   OF   A   PRECIPITATION-
DRIVEN DOWNDRAFT ON A ROTATING
WIND  FIELD:  A  POSSIBLE TRIGGER
MECHANISM FOR  TORNADOES?
                         ESR76-00873 +
  EVALUATION   OF   A  NUMERICAL
SCHEME FOR SOLVING  A  CONSERVA-
TION OF SPECIES  EQUATION.
                         ESR76-00874+
  NON-DIVERGENT  WIND  ANALYSIS
ALGORITHM FOR  THE ST. LOUIS RAPS
NETWORK.
                           ESR77-00962
  EVALUATION     OF    NUMERICAL
SCHEMES FOR SOLVING A CONSERVA-
TION  OF  SPECIES  EQUATION  WITH
CHEMICAL TERMS.
                         ESR77-00974 +
  A HIGHWAY MODEL  FOR THE AD-
VECTION, DIFFUSION  AND CHEMICAL
REACTION      OF      POLLUTANTS
RELEASED BY AUTOMOBILES:  PART 1.
ADVECTION  AND DIFFUSION  OF SF6
TRACER GAS.
                         ESR77-00975 +

Estes, E
  ION  CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS
OF  AMMONIUM  ION   IN  AMBIENT
AEROSOLS.
                           ESR78-01070

Evans, GF
  ASSESSMENT  OF  ARSENIC  LOSSES
DURING ASHING: A  COMPARISON OF
TWO   METHODS  APPLIED  TO  AT-
MOSPHERIC PARTICULATES.
                          EMS78-00113
  LOS  ANGELES  CATALYST STUDY  -
ANNUAL REPORT
                         EMS79-00130+
  PRECISION OF LACS SAMPLING  AND
ANALYTICAL METHODS.
                         EMS79-00134+
  MEASUREMENT                  OF
PERCHLOROETHYLENE  IN  AMBIENT
AIR.
                         EMS79-00141 +

Exley, RW
  INFLUENCE  OF  POLLUTANT  GASES
ON BENZYPYRENE HYDROXYLAS  AC-
TIVITY.
                          HER72-01302
Faeder, EJ
  RELATIONSHIP            BETWEEN
CIGARETTE SMOKING, AMBIENT  AIR
POLLUTION,  CHRONIC  RESPIRATORY
DISEASE  SYMPTOMS  AND INFLUENZA
ANTIBODIES.
                          HER72-01373*
  EFFECTS  OF  CADMIUM  EXPOSURE
ON RAT KIDNEY.
                          HER76-01777
  BIOCHEMICAL   AND  ULTRASTRUC-
TURAL CHANGES IN LIVER  OF CAD-
MIUM-TREATED RATS.
                         HER77-01825 +

Fair, DH
  USERS MANUAL: SAROAD  (STORAGE
AND   RETRIEVAL  OF   AEROMETRIC
DATA).
                         EMS71-00005 +
  SAROAD STATION CODING  MANUAL.
                         EMS72-00025 +
  CODING MANUAL  FOR THE QUALI-
TY ASSURANCE PERFORMANCE AUDIT
FOR AEROMETRIC DATA.
                          EMS76-00081
  AIR   QUALITY  DATA   FOR  NON-
METALLIC IONS:  NH4 + NO3,  SO4 -
1975 FROM THE NATIONAL  AIR  SUR-
VEILLANCE NETWORKS.
                         EMS78-00103 +
  AIR  QUALITY  DATA  FOR  METALS
(1975) FROM THE  NATIONAL AIR  SUR-
VEILLANCE NETWORK.
                          EMS78-00114
  AIR  QUALITY  DATA  FOR  METALS
(1976) FROM THE  NATIONAL AIR  SUR-
VEILLANCE NETWORKS.
                          EMS79-00119

Fairchild,  GA
  A SEROLOGIC STUDY OF A  CANINE
ADENOVIRUS   (TORONTO)  A26/61   IN
DOGS.
                         HER69-01163 +
  A STUDY OF THE PATHOGENICITY
OF    A     CANINE    ADENOVIRUS
(TORONTO) A26/61  FOR DOGS.
                         HER69-01164+
  INFECTIOUS   CANINE   HEPATITIS-
THE  PATHOGENESIS AND ANTIGENIC
VARIATIONS  OF  THE  A26/61  VIRUS
STRAIN (TORONTO)  FROM CLASSICAL
STRAINS.
                         HER70-01179+
  EVALUATION    OF   THE   DIRECT
FLUORESCENT  ANTIBODY  TEST   FOR
CANINE    DISTEMPER  ANTIGEN   IN
NATURALLY INFECTED DOGS.
                         HER71-01210+
  ATMOSPHERIC   POLLUTANTS   AND
THE   PATHOGENESIS   OF    VIRAL
RESPIRATORY   INFECTION;   SULFUR
DIOXIDE AND INFLUENZA INFECTION
IN MICE.
                         HER72-01300+
  EFFECTS  OF  SULFUR  DIOXIDE ON
THE NASAL MUCOSA OF MICE.
                          HER72-01301
  MEASUREMENT   OF  RESPIRATORY
VOLUME FOR VIRUS RETENTION STU-
DIES IN MICE.
                         HER72-01308 +
  ATMOSPHERIC   POLLUTANTS   AND
PATHOGENESIS  OF VIRAL RESPIRATO-
RY  INFECTION.  I.  EVALUATION OF
MURINE INFLUENZA  AS AN  INFEC-
TIOUS DISEASE  MODEL.
                         HER72-01370+
  MURINE  INFLUENZA AS A MODEL
FOR STUDYING  THE EFFECTS OF SUL-
FUR DIOXIDE ON THE PATHOGENESIS
OF VIRAL RESPIRATORY INFECTION.
                         HER72-01386+
  THE EFFECTS  OF SULFUR DIOXIDE
AND A2  INFLUENZA VIRUS ON  PNEU-
MONIA AND WEIGHT  REDUCTION IN
MICE:  AN  ANALYSIS  OF  STIMULUS-
RESPONSE RELATIONSHIPS.
                          HER73-01412
  OZONE EFFECT  ON  RESPIRATORY
DEPOSITION  OF   VESICULAR   STO-
MATITUS VIRUS AEROSOLS.
                         HER74-01509+
  SULFURIC ACID AND STREPTOCOCCI
CLEARANCE    FROM    RESPIRATORY
TRACTS OF MICE.
                         HER75-01674 +
  SULFURIC ACID  EFFECT  ON THE
DEPOSITION     OF     RADIOACTIVE
AEROSOL   IN    THE   RESPIRATORY
TRACT OF GUINEA PIGS.
                         HER75-01675 +

Fakhri, ZI
  EXPOSURE   TO   PESTICIDES   IN
AGRICULTURE:    A   SURVEY   OF
SPRAYMEN  USING  DIMETHOATE  IN
THE SUDAN.
                           HER76-01771

Falk, HL
  CARCINOGENIC  BIOASSAYS  ON AIR
POLLUTANTS.
                           ESR62-00232
  PHOTODYNAMIC     BIOASSAY   OF
POLYCYCLIC AIR  POLLUTANTS.
                           ESR63-00273
  PHOTODYNAMIC     BIOASSAY   OF
POLYCYCLIC  ATMOSPHERIC  POLLU-
TANTS.
                           ESR65-00339
  TERATOGENIC    EVALUATION  OF
2,4,5-T.
                           HER70-01186

Falkenberry, HL
  SULFUR   OXIDE  REMOVAL  FROM
WASTE    GASES:    LIME/LIMESTONE
SCRUBBING TECHNOLOGY.
                           IER71-01961

Fankhauser, RK
  THE DISTRIBUTION AND TRANSPORT
OF AIRBORNE  PARTICULATE  MATTER
AND   INORGANIC  COMPONENTS  IN
GREAT BRITAIN.
                           EMS74-00051
  OZONE LEVELS IN THE VICINITY OF
33 CITIES.
                         EMS7 6-00073 +
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                                                                                                      Finklea, JF
  THANKSGIVING 1966 AIR POLLUTION
EPISODE  IN  THE  EASTERN  UNITED
STATES.
                        ESR68-00439* +

Farmer, JD
  DISPOSITION  OF  14C  AND/OR  74AS-
CACODYHC ACID IN RATS AFTER IN-
TRAVENOUS,   INTRATRACHEAL,  OR
PERORAL ADMINISTRATION.
                          HER77-01872
  THE ACUTE INHALATION TOXICOLO-
GY  OF  THE TECHNICAL GRADE OR-
GANOARSENICAL         PESTICIDES:
PHYTAR(R)  138 AND ANSAR(R) 8100.
                          HER78-01923

Farmer, JH
  STATISTICAL  APPROACHES  TO  AIR
POLLUTION EPIDEMIOLOGIC STUDIES.
                         HER72-01372*
  IMPACT OF AMBIENT  TEMPERATURE
AND AIR POLLUTION UPON  RESPIRA-
TORY  SYMPTOMS   IN  ASTHMATICS
AND ELDERLY  PATIENTS.
                          HER72-01395
  FREQUENCY   AND    SEVERITY  OF
CARDIOPULMONARY  SYMPTOMS  IN
ADULT PANELS:  1970-1971 NEW YORK
STUDIES.
                          HER74-01554
  AGGRAVATION  OF ASTHMA  BY AIR
POLLUTANTS:   1970-1971  NEW  YORK
STUDIES.
                          HER74-01555

Farmer, MH
  SULFUR    RECOVERABLE    FROM
SMELTERS  AND FOSSIL FUELS.
                        IER72-01994* +

Farrar, DJ
  LARGE   VESSEL  IMPEDANCE  IN
PERIPHERAL ATHEROSCLEROSIS.
                        HER77-01826+

Favor, MJ
  BIOLOGICAL  ASSESSMENT  OF CON-
TINUOUS EXPOSURE TO TRITIUM AND
LEAD IN THE RAT.
                          HER76-01720
  CHRONIC  INGESTION   OF CADMIUM
IN RATS. I. ACCUMULATION  AND DIS-
TRIBUTION  OF  CADMIUM  IN  TWO
GENERATIONS.
                          HER78-01912

Featherstone, RM
  A  NEW  AND RAPID  COLORIMETRIC
DETERMINATION                 OF
ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE ACTIVITY.
                          HER61-01138

Fegley, MJ
  PROPAGATION OF ERRORS  IN PAR-
TICULATE  SIZE  DISTRIBUTION  MEA-
SUREMENTS    PERFORMED     USING
CASCADE IMPACTORS.
                        IER75-02082* +

Felder, RM
  PERMEATION OF SULFUR DIOXIDE
THROUGH  POLYMERIC  STACK  SAM-
PLING  INTERFACES.
                          ESR73-00705

Feldman, CR
  VOLUMETRIC CALIBRATION OF PER-
MEATION TUBES.
                          ESR69-00495

Felix, LG
  FINE PARTICLE  CHARGING  EXPERI-
MENTS.
                         IER77-02243 +
  SUBSTRATE     COLLECTORS    FOR
CASCADE  IMPACTORS: AN  EVALUA-
TION.
                           IER79-02345

Felsenstein, WC
  DERMAL  PHOTOTOXIC   REACTION
FROM   AN  INSECTICIDE:  CLINICAL
AND LABORATORY STUDIES.
                         HER71-01258 +
  SCREENING   OF  VARIOUS   ADSOR-
BENTS   FOR  PROTECTION  AGAINST
PARAQUAT POISONING.
                          HER73-01462
  ACUTE  DEMETON  POISONING  IN A
CHILD.
                         HER76-01776+

Fenlers, JD
  CHRONIC  EXPOSURE TO  NITROGEN
DIOXIDE. IMMUNOLOGIC, PHYSIOLOG-
IC  AND  PATHOLOGIC  EFFECTS  IN
VIRUS-CHALLENGED  SQUIRREL  MON-
KEYS.
                         HER73-01410+
  INTERACTION NICKEL  OXIDE AND
INFLUENZA   INFECTION   IN   THE
HAMSTER.
                          HER75-01610
  POTENTIATING EFFECTS  OF  MAN-
GANESE DIOXIDE ON EXPERIMENTAL
RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS.
                          HER76-01745
  CYTOTOXICITY    TO    ALVEOLAR
MACROPHAGES   OF   METAL   OXIDES
ADSORBED ON FLY ASH.
                          HER77-01797
  HEALTH EFFECTS  OF  SHORT-TERM
EXPOSURE  TO  NITROGEN  DIOXIDE  -
OZONE  MIXTURES.
                          HER77-01823
  HEALTH EFFECTS  OF  SHORT-TERM
INHALATION  OF NITROGEN  DIOXIDE
AND OZONE MIXTURES.
                          HER77-01824

Ferguson,J
  NEW  METHODS FOR THE SPOT-TEST
DETECTION AND SPECTROPHOTOMET-
RIC   DETERMINATION  OF   FORMIC
ACID.
                           ESR62-00239

Ferrell,  JK
  PERMEATION  OF  SULFUR  DIOXIDE
THROUGH POLYMERIC  STACK  SAM-
PLING INTERFACES.
                           ESR73-00705

Ferry, JD
  DYNAMIC  VISCOELASTIC  PROPER-
TIES OF SOLUTIONS  OF PARAMYOSIN
AND BOVINE SERUM  ALBUMIN.
                          HER65-01141
  DYNAMIC VISCOELASTIC  BEHAVIOR
OF DILUTE PARAMYOSIN SOLUTIONS.
                          HER65-01142

Field, EL
  EPA-ADL DUAL ALKALI PROGRAM -
INTERIM RESULTS.
                           IER74-02059

Finberg, L
  DERMAL  ABSORPTION   OF  HEX-
ACHLOROPHANE IN INFANTS.
                          HER71-01228

Findlay, JC
  CHRONIC  EXPOSURE TO  NITROGEN
DIOXIDE: IMMUNOLOGIC, PHYSIOLOG-
IC  AND   PATHOLOGIC  EFFECTS  IN
VIRUS-CHALLENGED  SQUIRREL  MON-
KEYS.
                          HER73-01410
  HEALTH  EFFECTS  OF  SHORT-TERM
EXPOSURE TO NITROGEN  DIOXIDE  -
OZONE MKTURES.
                          HER77-01823
  HEALTH  EFFECTS  OF  SHORT-TERM
INHALATION  OF NITROGEN  DIOXIDE
AND OZONE MIXTURES.
                          HER77-01824

Fine, DH
  N-NITROSO COMPOUNDS IN  THE AM-
BIENT  COMMUNITY  AIR  OF  BAL-
TIMORE, MARYLAND.
                         ESR76-00875 +
  N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE IN AIR.
                         ESR76-00921 +
  DETERMINATION    OF   DIMETHYL-
NITROSAMINE  IN AIR,  WATER, AND
SOIL  BY  THERMAL  ENERGY ANALY-
SIS:  MEASUREMENTS IN BALTIMORE,
MD.
                         ESR77-00976+

  DETERMINATION    OF   DIMETHYL-
NITROSAMINE IN AIR AND WATER BY
THERMAL     ENERGY     ANALYSIS:
VALIDATION     OF      ANALYTICAL
PROCEDURES.
                         ESR77-00977+

Finkelstein, PL

  MEASUREMENT                  OF
PERCHLOROETHYLENE  IN  AMBIENT
AIR.
                          EMS79-00141

Finklea, JF
  ESTIMATES OF  THE PUBLIC HEALTH
BENEFITS  AND RISKS ATTRIBUTABLE
TO EQUIPPING  LIGHT DUTY MOTOR
VEHICLES      WITH     OXIDATION
CATALYSTS.
                         EMS74-00050+

  HEALTH  EFFECTS  OF  INCREASING
SULFUR  OXIDES EMISSIONS.
                         EMS75-00063 +
  ELECTRICITY DEMAND: PROJECT IN-
DEPENDENCE AND  THE  CLEAN AIR
ACT.
                           ESR75-00844
  NITROGEN  OXIDES AIR POLLUTION:
A STATUS  REPORT.
  RELATING  AIR  QUALITY DATA  TO
EFFECTS,  STANDARDS, AND  NEEDED
SOURCE  REDUCTIONS.
                         ESR75-00845 +
  NITROGEN   DIOXIDE  AND   LOWER
RESPIRATORY ILLNESS.
                          HER71-01275
  CIGARETTE   SMOKING   AND  HI
RESPONSE   TO   INFLUENZA   AFTER
NATURAL  DISEASE  AND IMMUNIZA-
TION.
                         HER71-01279+
  HAIR  TRACE METAL  LEVELS AND
ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE.
                          HER71-01287
  AIR POLLUTION EPISODES:  A  GUIDE
FOR  HEALTH  DEPARTMENT  PHYSI-
CIANS.
                          HER71-01289
  HUMAN POLLUTANT BURDENS.
                         HER72-01299+
  THE EFFECT OF  SULFUR  DIOXIDE
AND   SUSPENDED    SULFATES   ON
ACUTE   RESPIRATORY   DISEASE  IN
CHILDREN  AND  ADULTS IN   FOUR
AREAS OF  THE UNITED STATES.
                          HER72-01365*
  POLLUTANT BURDENS  IN HUMANS:
A  MEASURE  OF   ENVIRONMENTAL
QUALITY.
                         HER72-01369+
                                                                                                               283

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Fischer, WH
  THE  STRATEGY  FOR DETERMINING
THE EFFECTS OF  ENVIRONMENTAL
POLLUTION ON HUMAN HEALTH.
                          HER72-01371
  STATISTICAL APPROACHES  TO  AIR
POLLUTION EPIDEMIOLOGIC STUDIES.
                         HER72-01372*
  TRACE METAL CONCENTRATIONS IN
HUMAN HAIR.
                          HER72-01378
  POLYCHLORINATED       BIPHENYL
RESIDUES  IN  HUMAN  PLASMA  EX-
POSE A MAJOR  URBAN  POLLUTION
PROBLEM.
                         HER72-01382+
  CADMIUM EXPOSURE  AND HUMAN
HEALTH EFFECTS.
                          HER72-01383
  TRACE METALS IN HUMAN HAIR AS
A SIMPLE EPIDEMIOLOGIC  MONITOR
OF ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE.
                          HER72-01385
  HEALTH  INTELLIGENCE  FOR  EN-
VIRONMENTAL  PROTECTION:  A  DE-
MANDING CHALLENGE.
                         HER72-01391 +
  CHESS  -  A COMMUNITY  HEALTH
AND    ENVIRONMENTAL    SURVEIL-
LANCE  SYSTEM.
                          HER72-01392
  IMPACT OF  AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
AND AIR POLLUTION UPON  RESPIRA-
TORY   SYMPTOMS  IN   ASTHMATICS
AND ELDERLY PATIENTS.
                          HER72-01395
  POLYCHLORINATED       BIPHENYL
RESIDUES IN  THE PLASMA AND HAIR
OF REFUSE WORKERS.
                          HER72-01401
  PESTICIDE EXPOSURE INDEX (PEI).
                          HER72-01402
  A   PROGRAM   OF   COMMUNITY
HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUR-
VEILLANCE STUDIES (CHESS).
                          HER72-01405
  CHRONIC RESPIRATORY  DISEASE  IN
MILITARY  INDUCTEES AND  PARENTS
OF SCHOOLCHILDREN.
                          HER73-01406*
  MORTALITY AMONG ORCHARD WOR-
KERS  EXPOSED TO LEAD ARSENATE
SPRAY: A COHORT STUDY.
                          HER73-01478
  AIR POLLUTION AFFECTS COMMUNI-
TY HEALTH.
                          HER73-01506
  PREVALENCE OF CHRONIC RESPIRA-
TORY    DISEASE    SYMPTOMS    IN
ADULTS: 1970 SURVEY OF SALT LAKE
BASIN COMMUNITIES.
                          HER74-01553
  FREQUENCY  AND   SEVERITY  OF
CARDIOPULMONARY   SYMPTOMS   IN
ADULT  PANELS: 1970-1971  NEW  YORK
STUDIES.
                          HER74-01554
  AGGRAVATION OF  ASTHMA BY AIR
POLLUTANTS:  1970-1971   NEW   YORK
STUDIES.
                         HER74-01555 +
  PREVALENCE OF CHRONIC RESPIRA-
TORY    DISEASE    SYMPTOMS    IN
ADULTS: 1970 SURVEY OF NEW YORK
COMMUNITIES.
                          HER74-01556
  PROSPECTIVE SURVEYS OF  ACUTE
RESPIRATORY DISEASE   IN  VOLUN-
TEER FAMILIES: 1970-1971  NEW  YORK
STUDIES.
                          HER74-01557
  VENTILATORY     FUNCTION    IN
SCHOOL   CHILDREN:   1970-1971  NEW
YORK STUDIES.
                          HER74-01559
  AGGRAVATION  OF ASTHMA  BY AIR
POLLUTANTS: 1971  SALT  LAKE BASIN
STUDIES.
                         HER74-01562 +
  PROSPECTIVE  SURVEYS OF  ACUTE
RESPIRATORY  DISEASE  IN   VOLUN-
TEER FAMILIES:  CHICAGO  NURSERY
SCHOOL STUDY, 1969-1970.
                         HER74-01565 +
  PREVALENCE OF CHRONIC RESPIRA-
TORY DISEASE SYMPTOMS IN  MILITA-
RY  RECRUITS:  CHICAGO INDUCTION
CENTER, 1969-1970.
                         HER74-01566+
  HEALTH CONSEQUENCES  OF SUL-
FUR  OXIDES:  SUMMARY AND  CON-
CLUSIONS BASED  UPON CHESS STU-
DIES OF 1970-1971.
                         HER74-01568+
  FREQUENCY   OF  ACUTE   LOWER
RESPIRATORY DISEASE IN CHILDREN:
RETROSPECTIVE   SURVEY  OF  SALT
LAKE BASIN COMMUNITIES,  1967-1970.
                          HER74-01569
  AN OVERVIEW OF CHESS.
                          HER74-01570
  FREQUENCY   OF  ACUTE   LOWER
RESPIRATORY DISEASE IN CHILDREN.
RETROSPECTIVE   SURVEY   OF  FIVE
ROCKY   MOUNTAIN   COMMUNITIES,
1967-1970.
                         HER74-01571 +
  DOSE   RESPONSE   RELATIONSHIPS
LINKING   SHORT-TERM  AIR  POLLU-
TION EXPOSURES TO  AGGRAVATION
OF CARDIO-RESPIRATORY ILLNESS.
                          HER75-01667
  INCREASED RISK  OF  ACUTE  AND
CHRONIC  RESPIRATORY  DISORDERS
FOLLOWING LONG-TERM AIR  POLLU-
TION EXPOSURES.
                          HER75-01668
  ESTIMATED  CHANGES  IN  HUMAN
EXPOSURE  TO  SUSPENDED SULFATE
ATTRIBUTABLE  TO EQUIPPING LIGHT-
DUTY MOTOR VEHICLES WITH OXIDA-
TION CATALYSTS.
                         HER75-01676+

Fischer, WH
  ENVIRONMENTAL  ASSESSMENT  OF
THE DUAL ALKALI  FGD SYSTEM AP-
PLIED  TO  AN  INDUSTRIAL  BOILER
FIRING COAL AND OIL.
                          IER79-02340+

Fiscus, D
  ST. LOUIS-UNION ELECTRIC  REFUSE
FUEL    PROJECT-EVALUATION   OF
EQUIPMENT AND  FACILITIES AND EN-
VIRONMENTAL  CONSIDERATIONS FOR
THE REFUSE PROCESSING PLANT.
                           IER76-02132
  STUDY  OF BOTTOM ASH GENERA-
TION IN A COAL-FIRED POWER PLANT
WHEN   REFUSE-DERIVED   FUEL   IS
USED AS  A SUPPLEMENTARY FUEL.
                           IER76-02133

Fish, BR
  INTERACTION OF AIRBORNE PARTI-
CLES WITH GASES.
                           ESR69-00480
  DIFFUSION COEFFICIENT OF SO2 IN
AIR.
                          ESR71-00583 +
  RADIOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS  OF  SO2
ADSORBED ON PBO2.
                           ESR72-00649
  STUDIES OF  SULFUR  COMPOUNDS
ON  SMOKE  PARTICLES  AND OTHER
SOLIDS  BY  PHOTOELECTRON   SPEC-
TROSCOPY.
                           ESR72-00657

Fisher, RF
  EFFECT  OF  PLATINUM  AND  PAL-
LADIUM  SALTS  ON  THYMIDINE  IN-
CORPORATION  INTO DNA OF RAT TIS-
SUES.
                         HER75-01677+

Fisher, RW
  SUMMARIES  OF THE CLIMATOLOGI-
CAL STRUCTURE  OF  THE  NEAR-SUR-
FACE ATMOSPHERE.
                         ESR77-00978+

Fishman, J
  ESTIMATES OF THE  PRODUCTION OF
CO AND  H 2  FROM  THE  OXIDATION
OF HYDROCARBON EMISSIONS  FROM
VEGETATION.
                           ESR78-01102

Fitz-Simons, T
  THE  MAXIMUM  LIKELIHOOD  AP-
PROACH  TO  PROBABILISTIC MODEL-
ING OF AIR QUALITY  DATA.
                         EMS79-00129+

Flamra, DL
  STATUS OF CALIBRATION METHODS
FOR OZONE MONITORS.
                           ESR77-01008

Flamm, WG
  THE  EFFECT  OF  GAMMA  CHLOR-
DANE ON SYNCHRONIZED LYMPHOMA
CELLS AND THE INHIBITION OF CELL
DIVISION.
                           HER70-01196
  DENSITY GRADIENT ANALYSIS OF
NEWLY   REPLICATED   DNA   FROM
SYNCHRONIZED   MOUSE  LYMPHOMA
CELLS.
                         HER71-01285 +

Flescb, JP
  CALIBRATION  STUDIES OF A  NEW
SUB-MICRON AEROSOL SIZE CLASSIFI-
ER.
                          ESR60-00189+
  CALIBRATING   PARTICULATE   AIR
SAMPLES    WITH     MONODISPERSE
AEROSOLS: APPLICATION TO THE AN-
DERSEN CASCADE IMPACTOR.
                          ESR67-00397+

Flowers, EC
  NORMAL INCIDENCE SOLAR  RADIA-
TION   TREND  ON   MAUNA   LOA,
HAWAII.
                           ESR72-00628
  DEW AND  FROST  DEPOSITION ON
PYRANOMETERS.
                           ESR73-00679
  SIMULTANEOUS URBAN AND RURAL
MEASUREMENTS  OF   SOLAR  RADIA-
TION  AND ATMOSPHERIC  AEROSOLS
IN METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS.
                           ESR73-00685
  INTERACTION BETWEEN AIR  POLLU-
TION & SOLAR RADIATION.
                           ESR76-00853

Fogelman, DG
  EFFECT OF  THE PITTSBURGH  AIR
POLLUTION EPISODE  UPON PULMONA-
RY FUNCTION  IN SCHOOL CHILDREN.
                           HER76-01755
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                                                                                                     French, JG
FoJey, GJ
  CONTROL OF SOX  EMISSIONS FROM
INDUSTRIAL COMBUSTION.
                        IER73-02028* +
  COST MODELS FOR FABRIC FILTER
SYSTEMS.
                         IER74-02045*
  PREDICTIVE  PERFORMANCE MODEL
FOR  FABRIC  FILTER  SYSTEMS. I. IN-
TERMITTENTLY   CLEANED    SINGLE-
COMPARTMENT SYSTEMS.
                         IER74-02046*
  SYSTEMS ANALYSIS  FOR  SOX CON-
TROL TECHNOLOGY  RESEARCH  AND
DEVELOPMENT.
                        IER74-02049* +

Fontijn, A
  A REVIEW OF EXPERIMENTAL MEA-
SUREMENT METHODS BASED ON  GAS-
PHASE CHEMILUMINESCENCE.
                        ESR73-00710+

Fortuin, NJ
  EVALUATION  OF  LEFT  VENTRICU-
LAR  FUNCTION BY ELECTROCARDIOG-
RAPHY.
                        HER72-01381 +
  EFFECT   OF  LOW-LEVEL   CARBON
MONOXIDE EXPOSURE ON ONSET AND
DURATION OF ANGINA PECTORIS.
                         HER73-01481

Fortune, CR
  AN  EXAMINATION  OF   MEASURE-
MENT  METHODS  FOR THE  CHARAC-
TERIZATION  OF  GASEOUS  SULFUR
EMISSIONS    FROM     COMBUSTION
SOURCES.
                          ESR76-00909
  THE  APPLICATION  OF   AN  ACID
DEWPOINT  METER  FOR  THE  MEA-
SUREMENT OF SULFUR ACID/SULFUR
TRIOXIDE  EMISSIONS.
                          ESR76-009H
  A   CHARACTERIZATION   OF   THE
GASEOUS   SULFUR EMISSIONS FROM
COAL AND COAL-FIRED BOILERS.
                          ESR76-00929

Foster, RJ
  RESIDUES OF PARATHION  AND CON-
VERSION  PRODUCTS  ON APPLE  AND
PEACH  FOLIAGE  RESULTING FROM
REPEATED SPRAY  APPLICATIONS.
                          HER75-01696

Fowler, BA
  BIOCHEMICAL  AND  ULTRASTRUC-
TURAL CHANGES  IN LIVER OF  CAD-
MIUM-TREATED RATS.
                         HER77-01825

Fox, DG
  THE   REGIONAL  AIR  POLLUTION
STUDY - UPDATED.
                        ESR73-00673 +

Fox, DL
  DESIGN  & OPERATING  PARAMETERS
FOR   A LARGE  AMBIENT   AEROSOL
CHAMBER.
                        ESR75-00823 +

Fox, FT
  ORGANIC ACIDS  IN A SELECTED DI-
ALYSATE   OF   AIR   PARTICULATE
MATTER.
                          ESR59-00179
  BENZO(A)PYRENE CONTENT OF THE
AIR OF AMERICAN COMMUNITIES.
                          ESR60-00188
  THE  DETECTION AND DETERMINA-
TION  OF  POLYNUCLEAR  HYDROCAR-
BONS IN URBAN AIRBORNE PARTICU-
LATES.  I. THE  BENZOPYRENE  FRAC-
TION.
                          ESR60-00192
  SEPARATION  AND  CHARACTERIZA-
TION  OF POLYNUCLEAR  AROMATIC
HYDROCARBONS IN URBAN AIRBORNE
PARTICULATES.
                          ESR60-00197
  SPOT  TEST DETECTION AND  SPEC-
TROPHOTOMETRIC    CHARACTERIZA-
TION  AND DETERMINATION  OF CAR-
BAZOLES,  AZO   DYES,  STILBENES,
AND SCHIFF BASES. APPLICATION  OF
3-METHYL-2-BENZOTHIAZOLONE
HYDRAZONE, P-NITROSOPHENOL AND
FLUOROMETRIC  METHODS   TO  THE
DETERMINATION OF  CARBAZOLE  IN
AIR.
                          ESR61-00222
  POLYNUCLEAR          AROMATIC
HYDROCARBON  COMPOSITION OF AIR
POLLUTED   BY  COAL-TAR    PITCH
FUMES.
                          ESR62-00242
  POLYNUCLEAR          AROMATIC
HYDROCARBON  COMPOSITION OF THE
ATMOSPHERE IN SOME LARGE AMER-
ICAN CITIES.
                          ESR62-00243
  SENSITIVE NEW TEST FOR  FORMAL-
DEHYDE AND PYRUVALDEHYDE WITH
2-HYDROXYCARBAZOLE.
                          ESR62-00254
  SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC DETERMINA-
TION  OF ALIPHATIC ALDEHYDE 2, 4-
DINITROPHENYLHYDRAZONES WITH 3-
METHYL-2-BENZOTHIAZOLINONE
HYDRAZONE.
                          ESR62-00255
  CHARACTERIZATION   AND   ESTIMA-
TION  OF N-ALKANES  IN AIRBORNE
PARTICULATES.
                          ESR66-00358

Frank, TM
  OPERATING    EXPERIENCE-CEA/ADL
DUAL   ALKALI  PROTOTYPE   SYSTEM
AT GULF POWER/SOUTHERN  SERVICE,
INC.
                          IER76-02129

Franko, BV
  TOXICOLOGIC  STUDIES OF  FENFLU-
RAMINE.
                          HER71-01291

Fraser, MD
  COST  MODELS FOR  FABRIC FILTER
SYSTEMS.
                        IER74-O2045 +
  PREDICTIVE PERFORMANCE MODEL
FOR FABRIC FILTER  SYSTEMS.  I.  IN-
TERMITTENTLY   CLEANED   SINGLE-
COMPARTMENT SYSTEMS.
                        IER74-02046* +

Frazer, JE
  AIR  QUALITY  DATA FOR   METALS
(1976) FROM THE NATIONAL AIR SUR-
VEILLANCE  NETWORKS.
                          EMS79-00119

Freal, JJ
  IDENTIFICATION  OF  FIVE  UNPRO-
TECTED   LINDANE    METABOLITES
RECOVERED FROM RAT URINE.
                          HER72-01340
  COMPARATIVE  ACCELERATION  OF
LINDANE      METABOLISM       TO
CHLOROPHENOLS  BY PRETREATMENT
OF RATS WITH LINDANE  OR  WITH
DDT AND LINDANE.
                          HER72-01346
  METABOLISM   OF   HEXACHLORO-
CYCLOHEXANE  TO  CHLOROPHENOLS
AND   THE   EFFECT   OF   ISOMER
PRETREATMENT     ON     LINDANE
METABOLISM IN RAT.
                         HER73-01446+
  THE  EFFECT OF  AGE  AND LONG-
TERM LOW-LEVEL DDT EXPOSURE  ON
THE RESPONSE TO ENZYME  INDUC-
TION IN THE RAT.
                          HER75-01620
  THE   IDENTIFICATION  OF  THREE
PREVIOUSLY  UNREPORTED  LINDANE
METABOLITES FROM MAMMALS.
                          HER78-01935

Freeman, G
  CHANGES IN DOG'S  LUNGS AFTER
LONG-TERM EXPOSURE TO OZONE.
                         HER73-01408+
  CYTOLOGIC   CHANGES  IN   DOG
LUNGS  INDUCED BY CHRONIC EXPO-
SURE TO OZONE.
                          HER73-01411

French, JG
  EXPOSURE   TO    HALOGENATED
HYDROCARBONS  IN THE  INDOOR EN-
VIRONMENT.
                          ESR75-00801
  THE  EFFECT OF  SULFUR  DIOXIDE
AND   SUSPENDED   SULFATES    ON
ACUTE   RESPIRATORY  DISEASE  IN
CHILDREN  AND   ADULTS  IN  FOUR
AREAS OF THE UNITED STATES.
                        HER72-01365' +
  PROSPECTIVE  SURVEYS OF ACUTE
RESPIRATORY  DISEASE  IN  VOLUN-
TEER FAMILIES:  1970-1971 NEW YORK
STUDIES.
                          HER74-015S7
  PROSPECTIVE  SURVEYS OF ACUTE
RESPIRATORY  DISEASE  IN  VOLUN-
TEER FAMILIES:  CHICAGO NURSERY
SCHOOL STUDY, 1969-1970.
                          HER74-OI565
  HUMAN EXPOSURE TO  AIR  POLLU-
TANTS IN THE CHICAGO-NORTHWEST
INDIANA   METROPOLITAN    REGION,
1950-1971.
                          HER74-01567
  AN OVERVIEW OF CHESS.
                          HER74-01570
  UNRESOLVED   PROBLEMS   IN   AS-
SESSING THE HEALTH IMPACT OF AIR
POLLUTION.
                         HER74-01584+
  EFFECTS OF  SUSPENDED  SULFATES
ON HUMAN HEALTH.
                         HER75-01645 +
  HEALTH   EFFECTS   OF    ACID
AEROSOL.
                        HER75-01652* +
  RECENT   EPIDEMIOLOGIC   STUDIES
ON  HEALTH  EFFECTS RELATED  TO
EXPOSURE TO NOX.
                        HER75-01653* +
  EPIDEMIOLOGY    AND    CLINICAL
MANIFESTATIONS   OF  DISEASE   AS-
SOCIATED  WITH  EXPOSURE TO EMIS-
SIONS  FROM  COAL AND OIL SHALE
UTILIZATION.
                        HER75-01654* +
  DOSE    RESPONSE   RELATIONSHIPS
LINKING  SHORT-TERM   AIR   POLLU-
TION EXPOSURES  TO  AGGRAVATION
OF CARDIO-RESPIRATORY  ILLNESS.
                          HER75-01667
  INCREASED  RISK  OF  ACUTE  AND
CHRONIC  RESPIRATORY   DISORDERS
FOLLOWING  LONG-TERM  AIR  POLLU-
TION EXPOSURES.
                          HER75-01668
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French, PA
  EXPOSURE  MONITORING  AND COM-
MUNITY HEALTH STUDIES.
                        HER76-01713 +

French, PA
  THE ACTION  OF SOME DIAMINE OP-
TICAL          ANTIPODES         ON
ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE  INHIBITION
AND CONDUCTION  IN  DESHEATHED
BULLFROG SCIATIC NERVE.
                          HER58-01130
  FURTHER       RESPONSES       OF
ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE   AND   OF
CONDUCTION  IN BULLFROG  SCIATIC
NERVE  TO  THE  STEREOCHEMISTRY
OF AMINE INHIBITORS, II.
                          HER59-01133

Freudenthal, RI
  SEPARATION   OF   ROTENOIDS   BY
HIGH PRESSURE LIQUID CHROMATOG-
RAPHY.
                        HER77-01827+
  SUBACUTE      TOXICITY       OF
ETHYLENEBISISOTHIOCYAMATE  SUL-
FIDE IN THE LABORATORY RAT.
                        HER77-01828+
  DIETARY  SUBACUTE  TOXICITY  OF
ETHYLENE    THIOUREA   IN    THE
LABORATORY RAT.
                        HER77-01881 +

Friberg, L
  RESPIRATORY SYMPTOMS IN TWINS.
                          HER73-01489

Friedel, RA
  ADDENDUM TO TENTATIVE METHOD
FOR THE CONTINUOUS ANALYSIS OF
TOTAL  HYDROCARBONS IN THE AT-
MOSPHERE     (FLAME    IONIZATION
METHOD): FLAME IONIZATION DETEC-
TOR 43101-02-71T.
                           ESR73-00689
  TENTATIVE METHOD  OF ANALYSIS
FOR   CARBONATE   AND   NON-CAR-
BONATE  CARBON   IN  ATMOSPHERIC
PARTICULATE MATTER.
                           ESR73-00713
  TENTATIVE      METHODS       OF
FLUORIMETRIC    ANALYSIS     FOR
ALIPHATIC  HYDROCARBONS   IN  AT-
MOSPHERIC PARTICULATE  MATTER.
                           ESR73-00726
  TENTATIVE METHOD  OF ANALYSIS
FOR    POLYNUCLEAR    AROMATIC
HYDROCARBONS  IN  COKE OVEN  EF-
FLUENTS.
                           ESR74-00784
  BIS(CHLORMETHYL)ETHER  (BIS-CME)
IN AIR.
                           ESR75-00833
  ORGANIC  SOLVENT VAPORS IN AIR.
                           ESR75-00836
  3,3 '-DICHLORO-4,4'-DIAMINODIPHEN-
YLMETHANE(MOCA) IN AIR.
                           ESR75-00837
  TOTAL   PARTICULATE   AROMATIC
HYDROCARBONS  (TPAH) IN AIR: UL-
TRASONIC EXTRACTION METHOD.
                           ESR75-00838

Friesen, M
  EFFECTS  OF PENTACHLOROPHENOL
ON   HEPATIC   DRUG-METABOLIZING
ENZYMES AND PORPHYRIA RELATED
TO       CONTAMINATION       WITH
CHLORINATED    DIBENZO-P-DIOXINS
AND DIBENZOFURANS.
                          HER77-01882

Friess, SL
  THE ACTION OF SOME DIAMINE OP-
TICAL         ANTIPODES         ON
ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE  INHIBITION
AND  CONDUCTION  IN  DESHEATHED
BULLFROG SCIATIC NERVE.
                          HER58-01130
  ACTION    OF    CERTAIN     AN-
TICHOLINESTERASE   INHIBITORS   ON
THE   SPIKE  POTENTIAL  OF   THE
DESHEATHED SCIATIC NERVE OF  THE
BULLFROG.
                          HER58-01131
  FURTHER       RESPONSES       OF
ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE   AND   OF
CONDUCTION IN  BULLFROG  SCIATIC
NERVE  TO  THE  STEREOCHEMISTRY
OF AMINE INHIBITORS, II.
                          HER59-01133
  THE        RESPONSES         OF
ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE  AND  CON-
DUCTION   IN   BULLFROG   SCIATIC
NERVE TO  THE STEROCHEMISTRY OF
AMINOALCOHOL DERIVATIVES, III.
                          HER59-01134
  SOME  PHARMACOLOGIC  PROPERTIES
OF  HOLOTHRIN  AND ACTIVE  NEU-
ROTOXIN FROM  THE SEA CUCUMBER.
                          HER59-01135
  BLOCKADE  OF  THE ACTION  CUR-
RENT IN SINGLE  NODES OF RANVIER
FROM FROG NERVES BY  PHYSOSTIG-
MINE AND  CERTAIN  AMINOALCOHOL
DERIVATIVES.
                          HER60-01137

Fritzhand, M
  OXIDANTS AND  LUNG  BIOCHEMIS-
TRY: A BRIEF REVIEW.
                          HER71-01282

Fromme, ML
  PSEUDOSUBSTRATE   BINDING   TO
RIBONUCLEASE  DURING   EXPOSURE
TO  MICROWAVE  RADIATION  AT  1.70
AND 2.45 GHZ.
                          HER76-01766
  MEASUREMENT    OF   MICROWAVE
RADIATION  ABSORBED BY BIOLOGI-
CAL SYSTEMS,  I,  ANALYSIS OF HEAT-
ING AND COOLING DATA.
                          HER77-01796

Fuerst, RG
  AN   EVALUATION   OF  TGS-ANSA
PROCEDURE FOR  DETERMINATION OF
NITROGEN DIOXIDE IN AMBIENT AIR.
                         EMS74-00038 +
  EVALUATION  OF   A CONTINUOUS
COLORIMETRIC  METHOD  FOR  MEA-
SUREMENT OF  NITROGEN DIOXIDE IN
AMBIENT AIR.
                          EMS75-00055
  EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE  ON  STA-
BILITY OF  SULFUR  DIOXIDE SAMPLES
COLLECTED   BY   THE   FEDERAL
REFERENCE METHOD.
                         EMS76-00074+
  EVALUATION  AND  COLLABORATIVE
TESTING    OF    A    CONTINUOUS
COLORIMETRIC  METHOD  FOR  MEA-
SUREMENT OF  NITROGEN DIOXIDE IN
AMBIENT AIR.
                          EMS76-00077
  IMPROVED TEMPERATURE  STABILI-
TY  OF  SULFUR  DIOXIDE  SAMPLES
COLLECTED   BY   THE   FEDERAL
REFERENCE METHOD.
                         EMS78-00104+
  DEVELOPMENT  AND OPTIMIZATION
OF   TWENTY-FOUR  HOUR  MANUAL
METHODS FOR  THE COLLECTION AND
COLORIMETRIC   ANALYSIS   OF   AT-
MOSPHERIC NO2.
                           ESR74-00758
Fugman, FS
  CONSTANT FLOW REGULATORS FOR
THE HIGH-VOLUME AIR SAMPLER.
                           ESR60-00190
                 G
Gabele, PA
  EMISSION  PATTERNS  OF  DIESEL-
POWERED PASSENGER CARS-PART II.
                           ESR77-00954
  CHARACTERIZATION  OF  EXHAUST
EMISSIONS  FROM A  DUAL CATALYST
EQUIPPED VEHICLE.
                          ESR77-00979+
  A CHARACTERIZATION  OF EXHAUST
EMISSIONS  FROM  LEAN BURN, RO-
TARY, AND STRATIFIED  CHARGE EN-
GINES.
                          ESR77-00980+
  EVALUATION  OF  A  PROPORTIONAL
SAMPLER FOR AUTOMOTIVE EXHAUST
EMISSIONS.
                          ESR77-00981 +

Gabica, J
  IMPLICATION         OF       OR-
GANOPHOSPHATE PESTICIDE POISON-
ING  IN  THE  PLANE  CRASH  OF  A
DUSTER  PILOT.
                           HER71-01272

Gage, MI
  ACTIVITY  WHEEL  RUNNING  OF
MICE   RELATED  TO   AUTOMOTIVE
FUEL  EXHAUST LEVEL.
                         HER73-01495 +
  ACTIVITY  WHEEL  RUNNING  OF
MICE   RELATED  TO   AUTOMOTIVE
FUEL  EXHAUST. II,  EFFECTS  OF A
MANGANESE ADDITIVE.
                         HER73-01496+
  GASOLINE EXHAUST  EFFECTS  ON
WATER LICKING OF RATS.
                         HER73-01497+
  MANGANESE EFFECTS  ON FIXED-IN-
TERVAL PERFORMANCE OF MONKEYS.
                          HER73-01498+
  A MULTIPLEXED VECTORED  INTER-
FACE  LOGIC  SYSTEM  FOR CONTROL
OF BEHAVIORAL EXPERIMENTS.
                         HER75-01602+

Gaines, TB
  GAMMA   IRRADIATION  OF    DDT:
RADIATION  PRODUCTS  AND  THEIR
TOXICITY.
                           HER71-01226
  DERMAL   PHOTOTOXIC  REACTION
FROM  AN  INSECTICIDE:  CLINICAL
AND LABORATORY STUDIES.
                           HER71-01258
  THE ULTRASTRUCTURE  OF  LIVERS
OF RATS FED DDT AND DIELDRIN.
                           HER71-01262
  HEXACHLOROPHENE  EFFECTS  ON
THE   RAT  BRAIN:  STUDY  OF HIGH
DOSES  BY  LIGHT  AND  ELECTRON
MICROSCOPY.
                           HER71-01263
  LIGHT MICROSCOPY  AND  ULTRAS-
TRUCTURE  OF  LIVER OF RATS FED
POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS.
                           HER72-01351
  MORPHOLOGICAL     CHANGES    IN
LIVERS      OF       RATS      FED
POLYCHLORINATED       BIPHENYLS:
LIGHT  MICROSCOPY  AND  ULTRAS-
TRUCTURE.
                           HER72-01352
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                                                                                                    Gardner, DE
  THE  TOXICITY  OF  AMITROLE  IN
THE RAT.
                        HER73-01447+
  THE  ORAL AND DERMAL TOXICITY
OF HEXACHLOROPHENE IN RATS.
                        HER73-01448 +
  THE  CHRONIC  TOXICITY OF HEX-
AMETHYLPHOSPHORAMIDE IN RATS.
                          HER73-01455
  2,4-DICHLOROPHENYL-P-NITROPHEN-
YL ETHER (TDK).
                          HER74-01527
  THE  EFFECT OF POLYCHLORINATED
BIPHENYLS ON RAT REPRODUCTION.
                          HER74-01592
Galeski, JB
  IMPACT OF PARTICULATES AND SO2
FROM COAL-FIRED POWER PLANTS ON
ACID RAIN.
                           IER77-02190

Galke,  WA
  POTENTIAL  HEALTH   IMPACTS   OF
SLUDGE DISPOSAL ON THE LAND.
                          HER75-01689
  ENVIRONMENTAL   DETERMINANTS
OF  LEAD BODY  BURDENS IN  CHIL-
DREN.
                        HER75-01708-t-
  POTENTIAL FOR ADVERSE HEALTH
EFFECTS ASSOCIATED  WITH THE AP-
PLICATIONS  OF   WASTEWATERS   OR
SLUDGES TO AGRICULTURAL LANDS.
                          HER77-01876
Garcia, LH
  ABSORPTION      STUDIES       OF
EQUIMOLAR CONCENTRATIONS OF NO
AND NO2 IN ALKALINE  SOLUTIONS.
                         IER72-01980+

Gardner, DE
  AN  AIR QUALITY DATA  ANALYSIS
SYSTEM  FOR   INTERRELATING  EF-
FECTS, STANDARDS,  AND  NEEDED
SOURCE    REDUCTIONS:    PART   5.
NITROGEN   DIOXIDE  MORTALITY  IN
MICE.
                          ESR79-01111
  DEPRESSION OF PHAGOCYTOSIS  BY
SULFAMETHAZINE.
                        HER68-01150+
  IN   VIVO    INACTIVATION    OF
LYSOSYME OF OZONE.
                          HER68-01151
  INFLUENCE OF  OZONE ON  PULMO-
NARY CELLS.
                          HER68-01152
  EFFECT OF AIR  POLLUTION ON AL-
TERATION   OF   SUSCEPTIBILITY   OF
PULMONARY INFECTION.
                          HER68-01153
  EFFECT  OF NITROGEN DIOXIDE  ON
PULMONARY CELL POPULATION.
                        HER69-01162+
  EFFECT    OF   OZONE   ON   ACID
HYDROLASES OF  THE  PULMONARY
ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGES.
                          HER70-01182
  ALTERATIONS  IN THE  LUNG  FOL-
LOWING  THE  ADMINISTRATION   OF
OZONE.
                          HER71-01204
  LOSS OF PROTECTIVE  FACTOR FOR
ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGES WHEN EX-
POSED TO OZONE.
                        HER71-01207 +
  EFFECTS  OF  EXPOSURE  OF  OZONE
ON DEFENSIVE MECHANISMS  OF THE
LUNG.
                          HER71-01277
  TECHNIQUE FOR DIFFERENTIATING
PARTICLES   THAT   ARE   CELL-AS-
SOCIATED    OR    INGESTED     BY
MACROPHAGES.
                         HER72-01303 +
  THE  ROLE OF TOLERANCE IN PUL-
MONARY DEFENSE MECHANISMS.
                         HER72-01304+
  INTERACTION    OF    BIOLOGICAL
AGENTS  AND CHEMICAL AIR POLLU-
TANTS.
                          HER72-01315
  THE  ROLE OF TOLERANCE IN PRO-
TECTION  OF  THE   LUNG  AGAINST
SECONDARY INSULTS.
                          HER72-01387
  VANADIUM:  CYTOTOXIC  EFFECTS
ON RABBIT  ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGES
IN VITRO.
                          HER73-01427
  CYTOTOXIC EFFECTS OF VANADIUM
AND OTHER METALS  IN  VITRO.
                          HER73-01428
  VANADIUM:  CYTOTOXIC  EFFECTS
ON RABBIT  ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGES
IN VITRO.
                          HER73-01432
  VANADIUM:  CYTOTOXIC  EFFECTS
ON RABBIT  ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGES
IN VITRO.
                          HER74-01508
  THE  EFFECT  OF  OZONE  ON  PEN-
TOBARBITAL SLEEPING TIME IN MICE.
                         HER74-01519+
  METAL  CYTOTOXICITY:  COMPARA-
TIVE   STUDIES   WITH  RABBIT  AL-
VEOLAR MACROPHAGES  AND HUMAN
LUNG  FIBROBLASTS  (STRAIN  WI-38)
(ABSTRACT).
                          HER74-01520
  ENVIRONMENTAL    SAFETY    AS-
SURANCE.
                        HER74-01521*+
  ANIMAL MODELS FOR  HUMAN  DIS-
EASE.
                         HER75-01593 +
  THE   OZONE   TOXICOLOGY.   COR-
RELATION    BETWEEN   TOLERANCE
AND LUNG  PROTECTION  MECHANISM.
                          HER75-01607
  EFFECT   OF   TRACE  METALS   ON
PHAGOCYTOSIS     BY     ALVEOLAR
MACROPHAGES.
                          HER75-01608
  MOTORIZED EXERCISE  WHEEL  FOR
EXPOSURE  OF  SMALL  ANIMALS  TO
ENVIRONMENTAL  POLLUTANTS.
                          HER75-01609
  INTERACTION  NICKEL  OXIDE AND
INFLUENZA   INFECTION    IN    THE
HAMSTER.
                          HER75-01610
  TOXICITY  OF METALLIC CHLORIDES
AND OXIDES FOR RABBIT ALVEOLAR
MACROPHAGES IN VITRO.
                          HER75-01612
  INFLUENCE OF  MODE  OF  DOSE  ON
TOXICITY OF NITROGEN  DIOXIDE.
                         HER75-01615*
  TIME/DOSE RESPONSE  FOR NO2 EX-
POSURE  IN  AN INFECTIVITY MODEL
SYSTEM.
                         HER75-01616+
  EFFECT OF NICKEL CHLORIDE  ON
PRIMARY  ANTIBODY  PRODUCTION IN
THE SPLEEN.
                          HER75-01678
  METAL  TOXICITY  FOR RABBIT  AL-
VEOLAR MACROPHAGES  IN VITRO.
                          HER75-01698
  TIME-DOSE     RESPONSE      FOR
NITROGEN DIOXIDE EXPOSURE IN AN
INFECTIVITY MODEL SYSTEM.
                          HER76-01723
  HEALTH EFFECTS OF  OXIDANT EX-
POSURES: A RESEARCH PROGRESS RE-
PORT.
                          HER76-01736
  POTENTIATING  EFFECTS  OF  MAN-
GANESE DIOXIDE  ON  EXPERIMENTAL
RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS.
                          HER 76-01745
  TOXIC EFFECTS  OF  CADMIUM  ON
CILIARY    ACTIVITY     USING     A
TRACHEAL RING MODEL SYSTEM.
                          HER77-01795
  CYTOTOXICITY     TO    ALVEOLAR
MACROPHAGES  OF  METAL  OXIDES
ADSORBED ON FLY ASH.
                          HER77-01797
  AUGMENTATION  OF  SULFATE  ION
ABSORPTION  FROM THE  RAT  LUNG
BY HEAVY METALS.
                          HER77-01809
  ROLE  OF  TIME  AS A FACTOR IN
THE  TOXICITY  OF CHEMICAL COM-
POUNDS IN INTERMITTENT AND  CON-
TINUOUS EXPOSURES.  PART  II,   EF-
FECTS OF INTERMITTENT EXPOSURE.
                          HER77-01812
  HEALTH EFFECTS OF  SHORT-TERM
EXPOSURE  TO NITROGEN  DIOXIDE  -
OZONE MKTURES.
                          HER77-01823
  HEALTH EFFECTS OF  SHORT-TERM
INHALATION  OF NITROGEN  DIOXIDE
AND OZONE MIXTURES.
                          HER77-01824
  ALTERATIONS     IN     BACTERIAL
DEFENSE MECHANISMS OF THE LUNG
INDUCED BY  INHALATION OF CADMI-
UM.
                         HER77-01829+
  INCREASED INFECTIVITY WITH EX-
POSURE TO  OZONE AND  SULFURIC
ACID.
                         HER77-01830+
  INCREASED PULMONARY   DISEASE
MEDIATED THROUGH  ALTERED  BAC-
TERIAL DEFENSES.
                         HER77-01831 +
  RELATIONSHIPS           BETWEEN
NITROGEN DIOXIDE CONCENTRATION,
TIME,  AND  LEVEL OF EFFECT USING
AN ANIMAL INFECTIVITY MODEL.
                         HER77-01832+
  THE ROLE  OF  TIME  AS A FACTOR
IN THE TOXICITY OF CHEMICAL COM-
POUNDS IN INTERMITTENT AND CON-
TINUOUS EXPOSURES.  PART I.   EF-
FECTS OF CONTINUOUS EXPOSURE.
                         HER77-01833 +
  EFFECTS OF METALS ON PULMONA-
RY DEFENSE MECHANISMS AGAINST
INFECTIOUS DISEASE.
                          HER77-01834
  EFFECTS OF OZONE  AND NITROGEN
DIOXIDE  EXPOSURE OF  RABBITS  ON
THE BINDING OF  AUTOLOGOUS  RED
CELLS TO ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGES.
                          HER77-01835
  ENHANCED    BINDING   OF    AU-
TOLOGOUS   RED   CELLS   TO   THE
MACROPHAGE PLASMA MEMBRANE AS
A SENSITIVE INDICATOR  OF POLLU-
TANT DAMAGE.
                          HER 77-01836
  BIOCHEMICAL      INDICES      OF
NITROGEN DIOXIDE INTOXICATION OF
GUINEA   PIGS    FOLLOWING   LOW
LEVEL - LONG TERM EXPOSURE.
                          HER77-01857
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Gardner, DE (Ed.)
  CYTOTOXIC EFFECTS OF NICKEL ON
CILIATED EPITHELIUM.
                          HER78-01891
  INFLUENCE  OF  CADMIUM,  NICKEL
AND  CHROMIUM  ON PRIMARY  AN-
TIBODY PRODUCTION IN MICE.
                          HER78-01903
  EFFECT OF URBAN OZONE  LEVELS
ON LABORATORY-INDUCED RESPIRA-
TORY INFECTIONS.
                          HER78-01928
  CHEMILUMINESCENCE  OF  PHAGO-
CYTIC CELLS CAUSED BY  N-FORMYL-
METHIONYL PEPTIDES.
                          HER78-01930
  INFLUENCE   OF  EXPOSURE  MODE
ON  THE  TOXICITY  OF  NITROGEN
DIOXIDE.
                        HER79-01952+
  INTRODUCTORY  REMARKS:  SESSION
ON  GENETIC  FACTORS   AFFECTING
POLLUTANT TOXICITY.
                        HER79-01953 +
  PARTICLE  SIZE   CONSIDERATIONS
FOR ESTABLISHING  A STANDARD FOR
INHALED PARTICLES.
                          HER79-01955

Gardner, DE (Ed.)
  PROCEEDINGS OF THE  SYMPOSIUM
ON   EXPERIMENTAL  MODELS   FOR
PULMONARY RESEARCH.
                        HER79-01944+

Garland, HR
  TOXIC   EFFECTS    OF   SELECTED
METALLIC SALTS  ON STRAIN  WI-38
HUMAN LUNG  FIBROBLASTS.
                          HER75-01613
  TOXICITY OF PLATINUM (IV)  SALTS
FOR CELLS OF PULMONARY ORIGIN.
                          HER75-01699

Garneau, M
  X-RAY  FLUORESCENCE   ANALYSIS
OF DENVER AEROSOL.
                          ESR76-00848

Garner, JHB
  THE DEATH  OF WOODY ORNAMEN-
TALS  ASSOCIATED  WITH  LEAKING
GAS.
                        HER73-01485 +

Garner, RJ
  EFFECT  OF  AGE  ON THE  ACUTE
LETHAL RESPONSE OF  THE  BEAGLE
TO COBALT-60 GAMMA RADIATION.
                        HER74-01511 +

Garrett, AR
  ACCUMULATION OF 137CS AND 85SR
BY FLORIDA FORAGES IN  A UNIFORM
ENVIRONMENT.
                        HER71-01232+

Garrett, PH
  PORTABLE  PARTICULATE SAMPLER
WITH  AUTOMATIC ISOKINETIC  FLOW
CONTROL.
                           IER78-02268

Gates, F
  AMBIENT CARBON MONOXIDE MONI-
TOR.
                          ESR76-00862
  INFRARED  ABSORPTION  BY  SUL-
FURIC ACID VAPOR.
                          ESR76-00863

Gay, BW Jr
  NITRIC  ACID  AND  THE  NITROGEN
BALANCE OF IRRADIATED  HYDROCAR-
BONS IN  THE  PRESENCE  OF OXIDES
OF NITROGEN.
                         ESR71-00590+
  OXIDATION OF N-BUTANE  BY THE
PHOTOLYSIS OF NO2.
                          ESR71-00592
  HYDROGEN  PEROXIDE  FORMATION
FROM FORMALDEHYDE PHOTOOXIDA-
TION  AND ITS  PRESENCE IN  URBAN
ATMOSPHERES.
                          ESR72-00645
  HYDROGEN    PEROXIDE    IN  THE
URBAN  ATMOSPHERE.
                         ESR72-00646+
  HYDROGEN    PEROXIDE    IN  THE
URBAN  ATMOSPHERE.
                         ESR72-00666+
  DETECTION  OF  ATMOSPHERIC POL-
LUTANTS   AT    PARTS-PER-BILLION
LEVELS BY  INFRARED  SPECTROSCO-
PY.
                          ESR73-00698
  EXPOSURE     TO    HALOGENATED
HYDROCARBONS IN THE  INDOOR EN-
VIRONMENT.
                          ESR75-00801
  AMBIENT AIR MEASUREMENTS  OF
VINYL  CHLORIDE  IN THE  NIAGARA
FALLS AREA.
                         ESR75-00806+
  A   SPECTROSCOPIC   STUDY   OF
CALIFORNIA SMOG.
                          ESR75-00807
  ATMOSPHERIC     OXIDATION    OF
CHLORINATED  ETHYLENES.
                         ESR76-00876+
  PHOTOCHEMICAL   SYNTHESIS   OF
PEROXYACYL   NITRATES  GAS  PHASE
VIA CHLORINE-ALDEHYDE REACTION.
                         ESR76-00877+
  LONG  PATH INFRARED  AMBIENT
AND  LABORATORY  MEASUREMENTS,
CHEMICAL  REACTIONS  AND  FREON
STUDIES.
                         ESR76-00922+
  ATMOSPHERIC    OXIDATION    OF
METHYL   CHLORIDE,   METHYLENE
CHLORIDE AND CHLOROFORM.
                          ESR76-00945
  THE  CHEMISTRY OF  NATIONALLY
EMITTED HYDROCARBONS.
                         ESR77-00982+
  PHOTOCHEMICAL        REACTIONS
AMONG FORMALDEHYDE, CHLORINE,
AND NITROGEN DIOXIDE IN  AIR.
                          ESR77-00985
  A  MECHANISM  FOR  OLEFIN-OZONE
REACTION.
                          ESR77-01019
  FURTHER     EVALUATION     OF
MICROCOULOMETRY FOR ATMOSPHER-
IC NITRIC ACID MONITORING.
                         ESR78-01042+
  GAS-PHASE         PHOTOCHEMICAL
SYNTHESIS OF  PEROXYACY  NITRATES
VIA  CHLORIDE  -  ALDEHYDE  REAC-
TION.
                         ESR78-01043 +
  AMBIENT AIR MEASUREMENTS  OF
HYDROGEN PEROXIDE  IN  CALIFOR-
NIAS SOUTH COAST AIR BASIN.
                          ESR78-01059
  OXIDANT  FORMATION    IN   THE
GENERATION OF OZONE.
                         ESR79-01120+
  HYDROGEN   PEROXIDE   FORMATION
FROM THE PHOTOOXIDATION OF FOR-
MALDEHYDE AND  ITS PRESENCE  IN
RAINWATER.
                          ESR79-01123
  MEASUREMENT      OF      VINYL
CHLORIDE FROM AEROSOL SPRAYS.
                         HER75-01657+

Gaylor, DW
  TERATOGENIC
2,4,5-T.
EVALUATION    OF

        HER70-01186
Gendreau, RM
  INORGANIC COMPOUND IDENTIFICA-
TION  BY  FOURIER  TRANSFORM  IN-
FRARED SPECTROSCOPY.
                           ESR78-01053

George, EL
  DERMAL  IRRITANCY  OF  METAL
COMPOUNDS. STUDIES WITH PALLADI-
UM,  PLATINUM,  LEAD,  AND  MAN-
GANESE COMPOUNDS.
                           HER75-01666

Gerbrandt, LK
  WHILE A MONKEY  WAITS.
                           HER73-01493
  STUDIES IN  THE  PHYSIOLOGY  OF
CNV.
                           HER73-01494

Gerhard, J
  AIR    POLLUTION    EFFECTS   ON
CATASTROPHIC FAILURE OF METALS.
                         ESR74-00763 +

Gerlach, K
  LOCATION  AND ANALYSIS  OF  2-
DEOXY SUGARS ON CHROMATOGRAMS
AND        PHEROGRAMS        BY
FLUORESCENCE.
                           ESR68-00453

Ghadirian, P
  DISAPPEARANCE OF  NITRITE  FROM
THE RAT STOMACH.  CONTRIBUTION
OF EMPTYING AND OTHER  FACTORS.
                           HER75-01611

Giddens, WE
  EFFECTS OF SULFUR  DIOXIDE  ON
THE NASAL MUCOSA OF MICE.
                         HER72-01301 +

Gilbert, DL
  TOXICOLOGIC STUDIES OF FENFLU-
RAMINE.
                         HER71-01291 +

Giles, AL
  DERMAL CARCINOGENICITY  STUDY
BY  MOUSE-SKIN  PAINTING WITH 2,4 -
TOLUENEDIAMINE   ALONE  OR   IN
REPRESENTATIVE HAIR DYE  FORMU-
LATIONS.
                         HER76-01727+

Gilfrich, J
  LOW   COST    COMPACT   X-RAY
FLUORESCENCE  ANALYZER  FOR ON-
SITE MEASUREMENT  OF TRACE ELE-
MENTS IN AIRBORNE  PARTICULATER
EMISSIONS.
                           ESR75-00815

Gillespie, LJ
  EFFECT OF 2450 MHZ MICROWAVES
ON  THE  RADIATION  RESPONSE  OF  X-
IRRADIATED  CHINESE HAMSTERS.
                           HER73-01422

Gillmeister, RJ
  DEVELOPMENT  OF A GAS  LASER
SYSTEM  TO  MEASURE  TRACE  GASES
BY    LONG    PATH    ABSORPTION
TECHNIQUES.
                           ESR74-00778
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                                                                                                   Goldstein, JA
Girling, EF
  ORGANIC MERCURY  IDENTIFIED  AS
THE CAUSE  OF  POISONING  IN HU-
MANS AND HOGS.
                          HER71-OI2S5
  CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM INTOX-
ICATION      FROM      MERCUROUS
CHLORIDE LAXATIVES.
                          HER74-01523

Gisclard, JB
  TENTATIVE METHOD  OF  ANALYSIS
FOR Cl THROUGH C5  ATMOSPHERIC
HYDROCARBONS.
                          ESR70-00535
  TENTATIVE METHOD  OF  ANALYSIS
FOR    POLYNUCLEAR    AROMATIC
HYDROCARBON  CONTENT   OF  AT-
MOSPHERIC PARTICULATE MATTER.
                          ESR70-00537
  TENTATIVE   METHOD  OF   CHRO-
MATOGRAPHY     ANALYSIS     FOR
BENZO(A)PYRENE                AND
BENZO(K)FLUORANTHENE    IN   AT-
MOSPHERIC PARTICULATE MATTER.
                          ESR70-00538
  TENTATIVE       METHOD       OF
MICROANALYSIS                 FOR
BENZO(A)PYRENE  IN  AIRBORNE PAR-
TICULATES AND SOURCE EFFLUENTS.
                          ESR70-00539
  TENTATIVE  METHOD  OF  ROUTINE
ANALYSIS FOR POLYNUCLEAR  ARO-
MATIC HYDROCARBON CONTENT  OF
THE   ATMOSPHERIC   PARTICULATE
MATTER.
                          ESR70-00540
  TENTATIVE   METHOD   OF   SPEC-
TROPHOTOMETRIC    ANALYSIS  FOR
BENZO(A)PYRENE  IN   ATMOSPHERIC
PARTICULATE MATTER.
                          ESR70-00541

Godbold, JH
  NEOPLASTIC  AND   LIFE-SPAN  EF-
FECTS OF  CHRONIC  EXPOSURE  TO
TRITIUM.   II.  RATS   EXPOSED   IN
UTERO.
                          HER7S-01665

Godfrey, SM
  TYPES   OF  DAYS  THAT  ARE  AS-
SOCIATED WITH   MAXIMUM  24-HOUR
CALCULATED  SO2 CONCENTRATIONS
FROM SINGLE POWER PLANTS.
                          ESR76-00905
  A  MODELING STUDY  TO  EXAMINE
DETECTION  OF VIOLATIONS OF  AIR
QUALITY  STANDARDS USING VARIOUS
SAMPLING NETWORKS  IN THE VICINI-
TY OF A SINGLE PLANT.
                         ESR76-00923 +

GoldS
  DETECTION   OF   FALLOUT   FROM
CHINESE  NUCLEAR TEST OF OCTOBER
16, 1964, BY THE NATIONAL  AIR SAM-
PLING NETWORK.
                          ESR65-00313

Gold, H
  FUEL  CONVERSION   AND  ITS  EN-
VIRONMENTAL EFFECTS.
                         IER79-02351 +

Goldberg,  AJ
  SULFUR   OXIDE     THROWAWAY
SLUDGE      EVALUATION     PANEL
(SOTSEP)  FINAL REPORT, VOLS. I AND
II.
                           IER75-02093
Goldberg, HE
  IMPACT  OF AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
AND AIR  POLLUTION  UPON RESPIRA-
TORY   SYMPTOMS   IN  ASTHMATICS
AND ELDERLY PATIENTS.
                          HER72-01395
  CHRONIC RESPIRATORY DISEASE IN
MILITARY  INDUCTEES  AND PARENTS
OF SCHOOLCHILDREN.
                         HER73-01406*
  FREQUENCY   AND   SEVERITY   OF
CARDIOPULMONARY   SYMPTOMS   IN
ADULT  PANELS: 1970-1971 NEW YORK
STUDIES.
                        HER74-01554+
  PREVALENCE  OF  CHRONIC RESPIRA-
TORY    DISEASE   SYMPTOMS    IN
ADULTS: 1970 SURVEY  OF  NEW YORK
COMMUNITIES.
                        HER74-01556+
  DOSE   RESPONSE   RELATIONSHIPS
LINKING   SHORT-TERM  AIR   POLLU-
TION EXPOSURES  TO  AGGRAVATION
OF CARDIO-RESPIRATORY ILLNESS.
                          HER75-01667

Goldberg, J
  RELATIONSHIP           BETWEEN
CIGARETTE SMOKING, AMBIENT  AIR
POLLUTION,  CHRONIC  RESPIRATORY
DISEASE SYMPTOMS AND INFLUENZA
ANTIBODIES.
                         HER72-01373*
  PROSPECTIVE  SURVEYS  OF  ACUTE
RESPIRATORY  DISEASE  IN  VOLUN-
TEER FAMILIES: CHICAGO NURSERY
SCHOOL STUDY, 1969-1970.
                          HER74-01565
  PREVALENCE  OF  CHRONIC RESPIRA-
TORY DISEASE  SYMPTOMS IN MILITA-
RY  RECRUITS:  CHICAGO  INDUCTION
CENTER, 1969-1970.
                          HER74-01566

Goldberg, L
  KINETICS  OF  RESPIRATORY  LEAD
UPTAKE IN HUMANS.
                          HER73-01501
  THE  ROLE  OF CLINICAL  RESEARCH
IN   ESTABLISHING   STANDARDS  FOR
ATMOSPHERIC LEAD.
                          HER73-01503

Golden, CC
  TLC-FLUORIMETRIC  ANALYSIS  FOR
ATMOSPHERIC SCOPOLETIN.
                           ESR69-00488
  FLUORIMETRIC AND  COLORIMETRIC
METHODS    OF    ANALYSIS     FOR
HISTAMINE.
                           ESR70-00524
  ULTRASONIC    EXTRACTION    OF
TOTAL    PARTICULATE    AROMATIC
HYDROCARBONS (TPAH) FROM  AIR-
BORNE  PARTICLES AT ROOM  TEM-
PERATURE.
                         ESR75-00803 +
  CERAMIC ALUMINA  IN  THE HPLC
DETERMINATION OF BENZO(A)PYRENE
IN AIR PARTICULATE MATERIAL.
                         ESR76-00924+

Goldman, A
  UPPER LIMITS FOR  STRATOSPHERIC
C10NO  2  FROM  BALLOON-BORNE  IN-
FRARED MEASUREMENTS.
                           ESR77-01000

Goldman, M
  AGE,  STRAIN AND  DOSE-RATE  EF-
FECTS OF 89SR IN MICE.
                          HER72-01312
Goldsmith, JR
  AIR POLLUTION  AND HEALTH.
                         ESR66-00355+

Goldstein, GM
  TREATMENT  OF  NITRITE-INDUCED
METHEMOGLOBINEMIA  WITH  HYPER-
BARIC OXYGEN.
                         HER71-01292 +
  THE USE  OF HYPERBARIC  OXYGEN
IN    THE   TREATMENT    OF    P-
AMINOPROPIONPHENONE-INDUCED
METHEMOGLOBINEMIA.
                         HER73-01499+
  HEALTH  EFFECTS OF  OXIDANT EX-
POSURES: A  RESEARCH PROGRESS RE-
PORT.
                          HER76-01736
  PLAN FOR A  NATIONAL ENVIRON-
MENTAL SPECIMEN BANK.
                         HER78-01902+
  BIOCHEMICAL   CHANGES   IN   HU-
MANS UPON EXPOSURE  TO SULFURIC
ACID AEROSOL AND EXERCISE.
                          HER79-01941
  BIOCHEMICAL   CHANGES   IN   HU-
MANS  UPON EXPOSURE  TO  OZONE
AND  EXERCISE.
                          HER79-01945

Goldstein, JA
  A     RECIPROCAL    RELATIONSHIP
BETWEEN    THE    INDUCTION    OF
DELTAAMINOLEVULINIC         ACID
SYNTHETASE AND  DRUG  METABOL-
ISM      PRODUCED       BY      M-
DICHLOROBENZENE.
                          HER71-01266
  EFFECTS OF PURIFIED AND TECHNI-
CAL PIPERONYL BUTOXIDE ON DRUG-
METABOLIZING  ENZYMES  AND  UL-
TRASTRUCTURE OF RAT  LIVER.
                         HER73-01449+
  HEPATIC  PORPHYRIA  INDUCED  BY
2,3,7,8-TETRACHLORODIBENZO-P-DIOX-
IN IN THE MOUSE.
                         HER73-01450+
  HEPATIC  PORPHYRIA  INDUCED  BY
POLYCHLORINATED        BIPHENYLS
(PCB'S):   RELATIONSHIP   BETWEEN
PORPHYRIA,  DELTA-AMINOLEVULINIC
ACID        SYNTHETASE        AND
CYTOCHROME P-450.
                         HER73-01451 +
  EXPERIMENTAL             HEPATIC
PORPHYRIA       INDUCED        BY
POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS.
                         HER74-01524+
  A  COMPARATIVE  STUDY  OF  TWO
POLYCHLORINATED   BIPHENYL  MIX-
TURES  (ARACLORS   1242  AND   1016)
CONTAINING 42%  CHLORINE  ON  IN-
DUCTION  OF  HEPATIC  PORPHYRIA
AND  DRUG METABOLIZING ENZYMES.
                         HER75-01623 +
  TOXICOLOGICAL  ASSESSMENT   OF
HEXACHLOROBIPHENYL      ISOMERS
AND     2,     3,     7,      8      -
TETRACHLORODIBENZOFURAN     IN
CHICKS.  II,   EFFECTS   ON   DRUG
METABOLISM AND PORPHYRIN ACCU-
MULATION.
                         HER76-01728 +
  TOXICOLOGICAL  ASSESSMENT   OF
HEXACHLOROBIPHENYL      ISOMERS
AND       2,      -3;   ' '  T,       8-
TETRACHLORODIBENZOFURAN     IN
CHICKS. I. RELATIONSHIP OF  CHEMI-
CAL PARAMETERS.
                          HER76-01746
  EFFECTS OF  PENTACHLOROPHENOL
ON   HEPATIC   DRUG-METABOLIZING
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Golomb, D
ENZYMES AND  PORPHYRIA RELATED
TO       CONTAMINATION       WITH
CHLORINATED     DIBENZO-P-DIOXINS
AND DIBENZOFURANS.
                        HER77-01882+

Golomb, D
  A REVIEW OF EXPERIMENTAL MEA-
SUREMENT METHODS BASED ON GAS-
PHASE CHEMILUMINESCENCE.
                          ESR73-00710

Gonzalez, JG
  GREATER  FLEXIBILITY  WITH  THE
PERKIN ELMER HGA-70 HEATED GRA-
PHITE  ATOMIZER FOR USE IN  SELEC-
TIVE VOLATILIZATION ANALYSIS.
                          HER71-01243
  BIOCHEMISTRY OF  TEA FERMENTA-
TION:  THE ROLE  OF  CAROTENES IN
BLACK TEA AROMA FORMATION.
                          HER71-01244
  EVALUATION  OF  ATOMIC ABSORP-
TION  WITH   A  HEATED   GRAPHITE
ATOMIZER  FOR THE  DIRECT  DETER-
MINATION  OF  TRACE   TRANSITION
METALS  IN SEA WATER.
                          HER72-01332
  THE  DIRECT  DETERMINATION  OF
CHROMIUM  IN  URINE USING  SELEC-
TIVE  VOLATILIZATION  WITH  ATOM
RESERVOIR ATOMIC ABSORPTION.
                          HER73-01434
  THE  DETERMINATION  OF METHYL
MERCURY IN URINE.
                          HER73-01457
  DEVELOPMENT OF  SAMPLING AND
ANALYTICAL PROCEDURE FOR DETER-
MINING  HEXACHLOROBENZENE AND
HEXACHLORO-1.3-BUTADIENE AIR.
                          HER74-01528
  THE   DIRECT DETERMINATION  OF
CADMIUM  IN  BIOLOGICAL  SAMPLES
BY   SELECTIVE   VOLATILITIZATION
AND  GRAPHITE  TUBE  RESERVOIR
ATOMIC  ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY.
                          HER74-01529

Gooch, JP
  A PERFORMANCE   ANALYSIS OF A
HOT-SIDE ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITA-
TOR.
                           IER79-02307

Goodall, M
  EFFECT  OF   WHOLE-BODY  X-IR-
RADIATION    ON   THE   ADRENAL
MEDULLA   AND   THE   HORMONES
ADRENALINE AND NORADRENALINE.
                          HER59-01132

Gooding, CH
  HIGH  GRADIENT   MAGNETIC  PAR-
TICULATE COLLECTION.
                           IER78-02260
  APPLICATION  OF   HGMS TO  FINE
PARTICULATE CONTROL.
                          IER79-02315 +
  STATE OF  CONTROL  TECHNOLOGY
FOR INDUSTRIAL FUGITIVE PROCESS
PARTICULATE EMISSIONS.
                           IER79-02320
  APPLICATION  OF   HIGH  GRADIENT
MAGNETIC SEPARATION  TO FINE PAR-
TICLE CONTROL.
                          IER79-02350+

Gooding, DC
  KEEPING  THE FLY  ASH  OUT  OF
THE STACK.
                           IER78-02297
Goodrich, JK
  THE  UPTAKE OF METHYL-MERCURY
(203HG) IN  DIFFERENT  TISSUES  RE-
LATED TO ITS NEUROTOXIC EFFECTS.
                          HER73-01484

Goranson, SK
  THE  NATIONAL  AIR SURVEILLANCE
CASCADE IMPACTOR  NETWORK. PART
II:  SIZE  DISTRIBUTION   OF  TRACE
METALS IN AIR.
                          EMS72-00007
  CASCADE IMPACTOR NETWORK.
                          EMS72-00021
  NATIONAL    AIR   SURVEILLANCE
CASCADE  IMPACTOR  NETWORK.  I.
SIZE  DISTRIBUTION  MEASUREMENTS
OF     SUSPENDED    PARTICULATE
MATTER IN AIR.
                          EMS72-00022
  DEVELOPING  A  DATA  HANDLING
SYSTEM    FOR     STORAGE     AND
RETRIEVAL   OF   DATA   RESULTING
FROM  THE  WHO  AND WMO  GLOBAL
MONITORING NETWORKS.
                          EMS74-00047

Gorman, P
  EMISSIONS AND ENERGY  CONVER-
SION FROM REFUSE PROCESSING  AND
MIXED FUEL BOILER FIRING.
                           IER75-02103
  ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES  ON  THE
ST.  LOUIS-UNION  ELECTRIC  REFUSE
FIRING DEMONSTRATION.
                           IER76-02130
  ST. LOUIS-UNION ELECTRIC REFUSE
FUEL    PROJECT-EVALUATION    OF
EQUIPMENT AND  FACILITIES AND EN-
VIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS  FOR
THE REFUSE PROCESSING  PLANT.
                           IER76-02132
  STUDY  OF  BOTTOM ASH GENERA-
TION IN A COAL-FIRED POWER PLANT
WHEN   REFUSE-DERIVED  FUEL  IS
USED  AS A  SUPPLEMENTARY  FUEL.
                           IER76-02133

Gottberg, L
  GERMAN-UNITED STATES COOPERA-
TIVE STUDIES.
                          HER71-01283

Grabowski, CT
  EFFECTS OF  HYPOXIA ON THE  CAR-
DIOVASCULAR PHYSIOLOGY OF MAM-
MALIAN EMBRYOS.
                          HER70-01184
  EFFECTS OF  TRYPAN BLUE ON THE
BLOOD PRESSURE OF RAT FETUSES.
                          HER71-01212
  PHYSIOLOGICAL  RESPONSES OF THE
RAT   FETUS  TO   MATERNAL  INJEC-
TIONS    OF    EPINEPHRINE    AND
VASOPRESSIN.
                          HER71-01213

Graham, JA
  TECHNIQUE  FOR DIFFERENTIATING
PARTICLES   THAT   ARE  CELL-AS-
SOCIATED    OR     INGESTED    BY
MACROPHAGES.
                          HER72-OI303
  EFFECT  OF  TRACE  METALS  ON
PHAGOCYTOSIS    BY    ALVEOLAR
MACROPHAGES.
                         HER75-01608+
  EFFECT OF  NICKEL CHLORIDE ON
PRIMARY ANTIBODY  PRODUCTION  IN
THE SPLEEN.
                         HER75-01678 +
  INCREASED   PULMONARY   DISEASE
MEDIATED THROUGH ALTERED BAC-
TERIAL DEFENSES.
                          HER77-01831
  EFFECTS OF  METALS ON PULMONA-
RY DEFENSE  MECHANISMS   AGAINST
INFECTIOUS DISEASE.
                         HER77-01834+
  INFLUENCE  OF CADMIUM, NICKEL
AND  CHROMIUM ON  PRIMARY  AN-
TIBODY PRODUCTION IN MICE.
                         HER78-01903 +
  PARTICLE  SIZE   CONSIDERATIONS
FOR ESTABLISHING  A STANDARD FOR
INHALED PARTICLES.
                          HER79-01955

Graham, JA (Ed.)
  PROCEEDINGS  OF  THE  SYMPOSIUM
ON   EXPERIMENTAL   MODELS  FOR
PULMONARY RESEARCH.
                          HER79-01944

Graimprey, J
  FREQUENCY       OF       CHRONIC
BRONCHITIS  IN DIFFERENT  SOCIO-OC-
CUPATIONAL   GROUPS.  II.  WORKERS
OF  A   STEEL  FACTORY.   (TEXT  IN
FRENCH).
                          HER74-01591

Graves, ME
  IMPROVEMENT OF AIR  POLLUTANT
TIME-AVERAGING METHODS.
                         EMS79-00140+

Gray, LE Jr
  THE FETOTOXIC POTENTIAL OF MU-
NICIPAL  DRINKING  WATER IN  THE
MOUSE.
                          HER79-01947

Green, EE
  DESIGN, FABRICATE  AND DEMON-
STRATE AN INSTRUMENT FOR  ASSAY-
ING BENZO(A)PYRENE.
                          ESR7 4-00775 +

Greenblatt, M
  RHYTHMIC CONTRACTILE   ACTIVITY
OF  MYOCARDIAL  HOMOGRAFTS  IN
HAMSTER CHEEK POUCH CHAMBERS.
                         HER70-01188+
  URETHAN    CARCINOGENESIS    IN
RATS.  IMPORTANCE  OF AGE  AND
DOSE.
                          HER70-01189
  THE  SIGNIFICANCE OF PERINATAL
AGE  PERIODS  AND  THE  DOSE  OF
URETHAN ON  THE  TUMOR PROFILE
IN THE MRC RAT.
                          HER70-01190
  FUNCTIONING  HEART HOMOGRAFTS
IN HAMSTERS.
                         HER7I-01216+
  IN  VIVO  CONVERSION  OF  PHEN-
METRAZINE    INTO   ITS   N-NITROSO
DERIVATIVE.
                         HER72-01325+
  NITROSAMIDE  FORMATION IN VIVO:
INDUCTION OF  LUNG  ADENOMAS  IN
SWISS  MICE BY  CONCURRENT FEED-
ING  OF NITRITE AND  METHYLUREA
OR ETHYLUREA.
                          HER72-01327
  TUMOR  ANGIOGENESIS:   ULTRAS-
TRUCTURE  OF ENDOTHELIAL  CELLS
IN MITOSIS.
                          HER72-01328
  NULL  EFFECTS  OF  CONCURRENT
FEEDING  OF  SODIUM  NITRITE  AND
AMINE ACIDS TO MRC RATS.
                         HER73-OU25 +
 290

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                                                                                                          Hall, RE
  FEEDING        STUDIES        OF
NITRILOTRIACETIC ACID AND DERIVA-
TIVES IN RATS.
                          HER73-01426

Greenburg, L
  AIR POLLUTION AND HEALTH.
                          ESR66-00355

Griffin, LI
  EVALUATION  OF  EQUATIONS  FOR
DESIGNING  AMMONIACAL  SCRUBBERS
TO  REMOVE  SULFUR  OXIDES  FROM
WASTE GAS.
                         IER74-02042+

Griffin, RJ
  A DILUTION DEVICE FOR COUPLING
MONITORS TO SOURCE EMISSIONS.
                          ESR74-00754
  COLLECTION  METHODS  FOR  THE
DETERMINATION   OF    STATIONARY
SOURCE  PARTICULATE  SULFUR  AND
OTHER ELEMENTS.
                          ESR78-01058
  VERIFICATION OF  A PARTICLE  SIZE
CORRECTION  METHOD   FOR   X-RAY
FLUORESCENCE      SPECTROMETRIC
ANALYSIS OF ENVIRONMENTAL SAM-
PLES
                          ESR78-01097

Griffin, TB
  KINETICS   OF  RESPIRATORY  LEAD
UPTAKE IN  HUMANS.
                          HER73-01501
  THE  ROLE OF CLINICAL RESEARCH
IN  ESTABLISHING  STANDARDS  FOR
ATMOSPHERIC LEAD.
                          HER73-01503
  CLINICAL   STUDIES  ON  MEN  CON-
TINUOUSLY  EXPOSED  TO  AIRBORNE
PARTICULATE LEAD.
                         HER75-01679+

Grim, ME
  POLYCHLORINATED     BIPHENYLS:
DISTRIBUTION   AND   STORAGE   IN
BODY FLUIDS AND TISSUES  OF SHER-
MAN RATS.
                          HER71-01229
  POLYCHLORINATED     BIPHENYLS:
EVIDENCE   OF   TRANSPLACENTAL
PASSAGE  IN THE SHERMAN RAT.
                          HER73-01466

Grisby, EM
  APPLICATION  OF   A  RAPID   THIN
LAYER            CHROMATOGRAPHIC
PROCEDURE TO THE DETERMINATION
OF                  BENZO(A)PYRENE,
BENZ(C)ACRIDINES,      AND      7H-
BENZ(DE)ANTHRACEN-7-ONE   IN  AIR-
BORNE  PARTICULATES  FROM  MANY
AMERICAN CITIES.
                          ESR68-00442

Grote, R
  EVALUATION  OF   A  CONTINUOUS
MERCURY MONITOR ON COMBUSTION
SOURCES.
                           IER76-02147

Grothaus,  LC
  ISOPRENE  EMISSIONS  RATES  FROM
LIVE OAK.
                          ESR78-01077

Gruber, RP
  SKIN  ORGAN  CULTURES  AND  OX-
YGEN TOXICITY.
                          HER72-01330
  MICROFIBER  GLASS DISCS. A NEW
SUPPORT  FOR  SKIN  ORGAN   CUL-
TURES.
                          HER73-01429
Gunderson, T
  FILTRATION  CHARACTERISTICS  OF
GLASS  FIBER  FILTER  MEDIA  AT
ELEVATED TEMPERATURES.
                          ESR76-00889

Gupta, BN
  TOXICOLOGICAL   ASSESSMENT  OF
HEXACHLOROBIPHENYL      ISOMERS
AND       2,       3,       7,      8-
TETRACHLORODIBENZOFURAN     IN
CHICKS.  I. RELATIONSHIP OF CHEMI-
CAL PARAMETERS.
                          HER76-01746

Guthrie, FE
  HUMAN  SUBJECT  EXPERIMENTS TO
ESTIMATE   REENTRY   PERIODS  FOR
MONOCROTOPHOS-TREATED TOBACCO.
                         HER76-01729+

Guyer, MF Jr
  THE MBTH  OXIDATIVE DETERMINA-
TION OF OLEFINIC COMPOUNDS.
                          ESR67-00413
  PAPER    AND   THIN-LAYER  ELEC-
TROPHORETIC    SEPARATIONS    OF
POLYNUCLEAR  AZA  HETEROCYCLIC
COMPOUNDS.
                          ESR67-00414
  LOCATION   METHOD  FOR  AMINO
ACIDS AND SOME AMINES ON CHRO-
MATOGRAMS   AND   ELECTROPHERO-
GRAMS.
                          ESR70-00526
  DEVELOPMENT AND  OPTIMIZATION
OF  TWENTY-FOUR   HOUR   MANUAL
METHODS  FOR THE  COLLECTION AND
COLORIMETRIC   ANALYSIS   OF   AT-
MOSPHERIC NO2.
                          ESR74-00758
  A  GAS  LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHIC
FLUORESCENT PROCEDURE  FOR  THE
ANALYSIS  OF BENZO(A)PYRENE IN 24
HOUR  ATMOSPHERIC   PARTICULATE
SAMPLES.
                          ESR75-00804
                 H
Haak, ED Jr
  CARBON  MONOXIDE  AND CARDIAC
PERFORMANCE.
                         HER76-01730+
  AN ANALOG ECHOCARDOGRAM FOR
ESTIMATING  VENTRICULAR  STROKE
VOLUME.
                          HER76-01750
  EFFECTS    OF    OZONE     PLUS
MODERATE  EXERCISE  ON  PULMONA-
RY  FUNCTION  IN HEALTHY  YOUNG
MEN.
                          HER77-01846

Hadley, JG
  EFFECTS OF OZONE AND NITROGEN
DIOXIDE EXPOSURE  OF  RABBITS  ON
THE BINDING OF  AUTOLOGOUS RED
CELLS TO ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGES.
                         HER77-01835 +
  ENHANCED    BINDING   OF   AU-
TOLOGOUS   RED  CELLS   TO   THE
MACROPHAGE PLASMA  MEMBRANE AS
A  SENSITIVE  INDICATOR  OF  POLLU-
TANT DAMAGE.
                         HER77-01836 +

Haight, EA
  CREATINE   PHOSPHOKINASE,  GLU-
TAMIC  OXALACETIC TRANSAMINASE,
ALDOLASE, LACTIC DEHYDROGENASE,
AND  ALKALINE  PHOSPHATASE; NOR-
MAL  SERUM VALUES IN  MALE BEA-
GLES.
                          HER70-01192

Hall,  IX
  METABOLIC ASPECTS  OF METHYL-
CYCLOPENTADIENYL     MANGANESE
TRICARBONYL IN RATS.
                          HER74-01588
  DERMAL   IRRITANCY   OF  METAL
COMPOUNDS. STUDIES WITH PALLADI-
UM,  PLATINUM,  LEAD,  AND  MAN-
GANESE COMPOUNDS.
                          HER75-01666
  PRELIMINARY  STUDIES   ON   THE
TOXICITY AND METABOLISM OF PAL-
LADIUM AND PLATINUM.
                          HER75-01691
  KINETIC   MODEL   OF   FLUORIDE
METABOLISM IN THE RABBIT.
                         HER77-01837 +
  DISPOSITION  OF  14C  AND/OR 74AS-
CACODYLIC  ACID  IN RATS AFTER IN-
TRAVENOUS,  INTRATRACHEAL,   OR
PERORAL ADMINISTRATION.
                          HER77-01872

Hall,  RE
  STUDY  OF AIR  POLLUTANT  EMIS-
SIONS  FROM  OIL-FIRED  DOMESTIC
HEATING EQUIPMENT.
                        ESR72-00640* +
  EFFECTIVENESS    OF   SELECTIVE
FUEL ADDITIVES  IN   CONTROLLING
POLLUTION     EMISSIONS     FROM
RESIDUAL-OIL-FIRED BOILERS.
                           IER73-02012
  NOX EMISSION  CONTROL FOR COAL-
FIRED UTILITY BOILERS.
                          IER73-02032*
  EPA LOOKS AT NOX ABATEMENT.
                          IER73-02034*
  STUDY  OF AIR  POLLUTANT  EMIS-
SIONS FROM RESIDENTIAL  HEATING
SYSTEMS.
                          IER74-02041 +
  STATUS   OF  EPA'S  COMBUSTION
RESEARCH   PROGRAM   FOR    RE-
SIDENTIAL HEATING EQUIPMENT.
                         IER74-02067* +
  ADDENDUM: APCA  PAPER NO. 75-09.4
- EFFECT OF WATER/DISTILLATE  OIL
EMULSIONS ON POLLUTANTS AND EF-
FICIENCY OF RESIDENTIAL AND COM-
MERCIAL HEATING SYSTEMS.
                         IER75-02083*+
  EFFECT OF WATER/DISTILLATE  OIL
EMULSIONS ON POLLUTANTS AND EF-
FICIENCY OF RESIDENTIAL AND COM-
MERCIAL HEATING SYSTEMS.
                         IER75-02084* +
  EFFECT OF WATER AND RESIDUAL
OIL  EMULSIONS  ON AIR  POLLUTION
EMISSIONS AND EFFICIENCY OF COM-
MERCIAL BOILERS.
                          IER75-02097+
  FIELD  MEASUREMENTS  OF  POLLU-
TANT EMISSIONS  FROM INDUSTRIAL
BOILERS.
                          IER75-02098 +
  ANALYSIS  OF GAS, OIL, AND COAL
FIRED UTILITY BOILER TEST DATA.
                          IER76-02116+
  INFLUENCE    OF    COMBUSTION
MODIFICATIONS    ON    POLLUTANT
EMISSIONS     FROM    INDUSTRIAL
BOILERS.
                          IER76-021I7+
  REPORT  ON  STATIONARY  SOURCE
COMBUSTION SYMPOSIUM.
                          IER76-02119+
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Hall, RE (Vice-Chairman)
  THE  EFFECT  OF  WATER/RESIDUAL
OIL EMULSIONS  ON  AIR POLLUTANT
EMISSIONS AND EFFICIENCY OF COM-
MERCIAL BOILERS.
                         IER76-02173 +
  EVALUATION OF TWO  INDUSTRIAL
BOILERS WITH COMBUSTION MODIFI-
CATIONS FOR  REDUCED  POLLUTANT
EMISSIONS.
                         IER77-02196+
  GUIDELINES    FOR    INDUSTRIAL
BOILER   PERFORMANCE    IMPROVE-
MENT.
                           IER77-02197
  GUIDELINES  FOR RESIDENTIAL OIL-
BURNER ADJUSTMENT TO  MINIMIZE
POLLUTANT EMISSIONS.
                           IER77-02198
  STUDIES  OF  WATERWALL  CORRO-
SION  WITH STAGED  COMBUSTION OF
COAL.
                         IER77-02204 +
  EVALUATION
MODIFICATIONS
REDUCTION.ON
PROCESSES.
OF    COMBUSTION
 FOR     EMISSIONS
       INDUSTRIAL

       IER78-02265 +
Hall, RE (Vice-chairman)
  PROCEEDINGS OF  THE  STATIONARY
SOURCE  COMBUSTION  SYMPOSIUM,
VOLS. I AND II
                           IER76-02U8
  PROCEEDINGS   OF    STATIONARY
SOURCE  COMBUSTION  SYMPOSIUM,
VOL. III. FIELD TESTING  AND SUR-
VEYS.
                           IER76-02158
  PROC. OF THE STATIONARY SOURCE
COMBUSTION  SYMP.   2ND.  VOL.   I.
SMALL   INDUSTRIAL,  COMMERCIAL,
AND RESIDENTIAL SYSTEMS.
                           IER77-02199
  PROC. OF THE STATIONARY SOURCE
COMBUSTION  SYMP.   2ND.  VOL.   II.
UTILITY  AND  LARGE  INDUSTRIAL
BOILERS.
                           IER77-02200
  PROC. OF THE STATIONARY SOURCE
COMBUSTION SYMP. 2ND. VOLUME III.
STATIONARY   ENGINE,  INDUSTRIAL
PROCESS COMBUSTION SYSTEMS, AND
ADVANCED PROCESSES.
                           IER77-02201
  PROC. OF THE STATIONARY SOURCE
COMBUSTION  SYMP.,   2ND.  VOL.  IV.
FUNDAMENTAL          COMBUSTION
RESEARCH.
                           IER77-02202
  PROC. OF THE STATIONARY SOURCE
COMBUSTION SYMPOSIUM,  2ND. VOL.
V. ADDENDUM.
                           IER77-02203
  PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRD STA-
TIONARY SOURCE COMBUSTION SYM-
POSIUM: VOL. I.  UTILITY,  INDUSTRI-
AL,  COMMERCIAL, AND  RESIDENTIAL
SYSTEMS.
                           IER79-02323
  PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRD STA-
TIONARY SOURCE COMBUSTION SYM-
POSIUM:    VOL.    II.    ADVANCED
PROCESSES AND SPECIAL TOPICS.
                           IER79-02324
  PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRD STA-
TIONARY SOURCE COMBUSTION SYM-
POSIUM. VOL.  III.  STATIONARY EN-
GINE AND  INDUSTRIAL PROCESS COM-
BUSTION SYSTEMS.
                           IER79-02325
  PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRD STA-
TIONARY SOURCE COMBUSTION SYM-
POSIUM:   VOL.   IV.   FUNDAMENTAL
COMBUSTION   RESEARCH  AND  EN-
VIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT.
                           IER79-02326
  PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRD  STA-
TIONARY  SOURCE  COMBUSTION SYM-
POSIUM: VOL. V. ADDENDUM.
                           IER79-02327

Hamilton, PM
  INFANT    MORTALITY     AROUND
THREE NUCLEAR POWER REACTORS.
                          HER71-01280

Hammer, DI
  ESTIMATES OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH
BENEFITS AND RISKS ATTRIBUTABLE
TO EQUIPPING  LIGHT DUTY MOTOR
VEHICLES      WITH      OXIDATION
CATALYSTS.
                          EMS74-00050
  CIGARETTE   SMOKING   AND    HI
RESPONSE  TO  INFLUENZA   AFTER
NATURAL  DISEASE AND IMMUNIZA-
TION.
                          HER71-01279
  ENVIRONMENTAL    LEAD     AND
PUBLIC HEALTH.
                          HER71-01284
  HAIR  TRACE  METAL  LEVELS  AND
ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE.
                         HER71-01287+
  HUMAN POLLUTANT BURDENS.
                          HER72-01299
  CIGARETTE  SMOKING, AIR POLLU-
TION,  AND SOCIOECONOMIC  STATUS
IN  RELATION   TO    ACUTE   AND
CHRONIC RESPIRATORY  DISEASE.
                        HER72-01366* +
  POLLUTANT  BURDENS IN HUMANS:
A  MEASURE  OF  ENVIRONMENTAL
QUALITY.
                          HER72-01369
  TRACE METAL  CONCENTRATIONS IN
HUMAN HAIR.
                         HER72-01378 +
  POLYCHLORINATED       BIPHENYL
RESIDUES  IN  HUMAN  PLASMA  EX-
POSE  A  MAJOR  URBAN  POLLUTION
PROBLEM.
                          HER72-01382
  CADMIUM  EXPOSURE  AND  HUMAN
HEALTH EFFECTS.
                         HER72-01383 +
  CADMIUM CONTENT OF  MILK  AND
CARDIOVASCULAR  DISEASE  MORTALI-
TY.
                          HER72-01384
  TRACE METALS IN HUMAN HAIR AS
A SIMPLE  EPIDEMIOLOGIC   MONITOR
OF ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE.
                         HER72-01385 +
  HEALTH  INTELLIGENCE  FOR   EN-
VIRONMENTAL  PROTECTION:  A  DE-
MANDING CHALLENGE.
                          HER72-OI391
  CHESS  -  A COMMUNITY  HEALTH
AND    ENVIRONMENTAL    SURVEIL-
LANCE SYSTEM.
                          HER72-01392
  POLYCHLORINATED       BIPHENYL
RESIDUES IN  THE  PLASMA AND  HAIR
OF REFUSE WORKERS.
                         HER72-01401 +
  POLLUTANT BURDENS AND BIOLOG-
ICAL RESPONSE.
                          HER73-01476
  CADMIUM AND  LEAD  IN  AUTOPSY
TISSUES.
                         HER73-01477+
  MORTALITY AMONG ORCHARD WOR-
KERS EXPOSED TO LEAD  ARSENATE
SPRAY: A COHORT STUDY.
                          HER73-01478
  HUMAN   MILK   AS   A  DIETARY
SOURCE  OF CADMIUM AND LEAD.
                          HER73-01479
  LOS   ANGELES   STUDENT  NURSE
STUDY.   DAILY  SYMPTOM REPORTING
AND PHOTOCHEMICAL OXIDANTS.
                         HER74-01549+
  EVALUATION    OF    SIGNIFICANT
HARM  LEVELS OF  PHOTOCHEMICAL
OXIDANTS.
                         HER74-01550+
  HUMAN EXPOSURE  TO AIR  POLLU-
TANTS  IN  FIVE  ROCKY  MOUNTAIN
COMMUNITIES, 1940-1970.
                           HER74-01563
  PREVALENCE  OF CHRONIC RESPIRA-
TORY    DISEASE    SYMPTOMS    IN
ADULTS:  1970   SURVEY  OF  FIVE
ROCKY MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES.
                           HER74-01564
  AN OVERVIEW OF CHESS.
                           HER74-01570
  FREQUENCY  OF  ACUTE   LOWER
RESPIRATORY DISEASE IN  CHILDREN:
RETROSPECTIVE   SURVEY   OF  FIVE
ROCKY    MOUNTAIN   COMMUNITIES,
1967-1970.
                           HER74-01571
  ENVIRONMENTAL   DETERMINANTS
OF LEAD  BODY  BURDENS IN  CHIL-
DREN.
                           HER75-01708
  AIR  POLLUTION  AND  CHILDHOOD
VENTILATORY  FUNCTION.  I.   EXPO-
SURE TO  PARTICULATE  MATTER  IN
TWO SOUTHEASTERN CITIES 1971-1972.
                           HER76-01721
  BLOOD TRACE METALS  IN  MILITA-
RY RECRUITS
                           HER76-01725
  AIR  POLLUTION  AND  CHILDHOOD
RESPIRATORY  DISEASE.  I. EXPOSURE
TO  SULFUR  OXIDES  AND PARTICU-
LATE MATTER IN  NEW YORK,  1972.
                         HER76-01731 +
  ILLNESSES    OF    CHILDREN:    A
REVIEW.
                           HER76-01760
  RESPIRATORY  DISEASE  IN   CHIL-
DREN  EXPOSED TO  SULFUR  OXIDES
AND PARTICULATES.
                         HER77-01838+

Handke,  JL
  A  NATIONWIDE  SURVEY  OF HEAVY
METAL  ABSORPTION  IN  CHILDREN
LIVING   NEAR   PRIMARY  COPPER,
LEAD, AND ZINC SHELTERS.
                           HER77-01798

Hangebrauck, RP
  EMISSIONS    OF    POLYNUCLEAR
HYDROCARBONS AND  OTHER POLLU-
TANTS FROM HEAT GENERATION AND
INCINERATION PROCESSES.
                          ESR64-00310+
  POLYNUCLEAR       HYDROCARBON
EMISSIONS  FROM  SELECTED  INDUS-
TRIAL PROCESSES.
                           ESR65-00351
  EMISSIONS    OF    POLYNUCLEAR
HYDROCARBONS FROM AUTOMOBILES
AND TRUCKS.
                          ESR66-00362+
  SOURCES      OF     POLYNUCLEAR
HYDROCARBONS    IN    THE    AT-
MOSPHERE.
                           ESR67-00425
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                                                                                                Harrington, JM
  ENVIRONMENTAL  CONTROL  COAL
RESEARCH IN EPA.
                        IER73-02039* +
  ENERGY  ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESS-
MENT  AND CONTROL  TECHNOLOGY
PROGRAMS      FOR     STATIONARY
SOURCES.
                         IER75-02099+
  ENVIRONMENTAL      ASSESSMENT
METHODOLOGY FOR FOSSIL ENERGY
PROCESSES.
                         IER77-02205 +
  ENVIRONMENTAL      ASSESSMENT
METHODOLOGIES  FOR  FOSSIL  ENER-
GY PROCESSES: AN UPDATE.
                         IER79-02333 +

Hanisch, RC
  SHORT-TERM      TOXICITY      OF
MEVINPHOS IN MAN.
                         HER74-01535
  PHOTOCHEMICAL    CONFIRMATION
OF PESTICIDES.
                       HER75-01637 +
  PHOTOCHEMICAL    CONFIRMATION
OF MIREX  IN  THE  PRESENCE  OF
POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS.
                         HER75-01639*
  PHOTOCHEMICAL    CONFIRMATION
OF MIREX  IN  THE  PRESENCE  OF
POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS.
                         HER76-01784
  EVALUATION      OF     A    NEW
MICROVOLUME 3HSC ELECTRON CAP-
TURE  DETECTOR   AND  ANCILLARY
DATA    SYSTEM     FOR    PESTICIDE
RESIDUE ANALYSIS.
                        HER78-01904 +

Hanst, PL
  INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY AND  IN-
FRARED  LASERS  IN AIR POLLUTION
RESEARCH  AND MONITORING.
                         ESR70-00525 +
  AIR POLLUTION  MEASUREMENT BY
LONG    PATH   ABSORPTION    SPEC-
TROSCOPY.
                         ESR71-00576+
  MECHANISM  OF  PEROXYACETYL
NITRATE FORMATION.
                         ESR71-00589 +
  NITROGEN-OXYGEN COMPOUNDS  IN
ATMOSPHERIC PHOTOCHEMISTRY.
                         ESR71-00591 +
  SPECTROSCOPIC  METHODS FOR AIR
POLLUTION MEASUREMENT.
                         ESR71-00596+
  AIR  POLLUTION   MONITORING  BY
ADVANCE            SPECTROSCOPIC
TECHNIQUES.
                          ESR73-00690
  DETECTION OF  ATMOSPHERIC POL-
LUTANTS   AT    PARTS-PER-BILLION
LEVELS  BY  INFRARED  SPECTROSCO-
PY.
                         ESR73-00698+
  SPECTROSCOPIC     AND     LASER
METHODS FOR  AIR  POLLUTION MEA-
SUREMENT.
                         ESR73-00711 +
  A   SPECTROSCOPIC    STUDY   OF
CALIFORNIA SMOG.
                         ESR75-00807+
  INFRARED    MEASUREMENT    OF
FLUOROCARBONS,            CARBON
TETRACHLORIDE,  CARBONYL SUFIDE,
AND  OTHER  TRACE   ATMOSPHERIC
GASES.
                         ESR75-00824+
  ATMOSPHERIC     OXIDATION    OF
CHLORINATED ETHYLENES.
                          ESR76-00876
  LONG  PATH  INFRARED  AMBIENT
AND  LABORATORY  MEASUREMENTS,
CHEMICAL  REACTIONS  AND  FREON
STUDIES.
                          ESR76-00922
  OPTICAL  MEASUREMENT  OF  AT-
MOSHPERIC   POLLUTANTS:   ACCOM-
PLISHMENTS AND PROBLEMS.
                         ESR76-00925 +
  STRATOSPHERIC   CHEMISTRY  AND
MEASUREMENT  TECHNIQUES.  WORK-
ING  GROUP  REPORT OF THE  NATO
CONFERENCE ON  LASER  METHODS
FORPOLLUTION MEASUREMENT.
                         ESR76-00926+
  ATMOSPHERIC     OXIDATION     OF
METHYL   CHLORIDE,   METHYLENE
CHLORIDE AND CHLOROFORM.
                          ESR76-00945
  ATMOSPHERIC     CHEMISTRY    OF
HALOCARBONS AND THE POSITION OF
THE  ENVIRONMENTAL  PROTECTIONS
AGENCY.
                         ESR77-00983 +
  ATMOSPHERIC   CHEMISTRY   OF  N-
NITROSO DIMETHYLAMINE.
                         ESR77-00984 +
  PHOTOCHEMICAL        REACTIONS
AMONG FORMALDEHYDE,  CHLORINE,
AND NITROGEN DIOXIDE IN AIR.
                         ESR77-00985 +
  UPPER LIMITS FOR STRATOSPHERIC
C10NO 2  FROM  BALLOON-BORNE  IN-
FRARED MEASUREMENTS.
                          ESR77-01000
  GAS-PHASE        PHOTOCHEMICAL
SYNTHESIS OF PEROXYACY NITRATES
VIA  CHLORIDE  -  ALDEHYDE  REAC-
TION.
                          ESR78-01043
  AIR POLLUTION MEASUREMENT  BY
FOURIER TRANSFORM SPECTROSCOPY.
                         ESR78-01044+
  CHLOROFLUROMETHANES:    THEIR
THERMAL   STABILITY   IN  PASSING
THROUGH CIGARETTES.
                         ESR78-01045 +
  KILOMETER PATHLENGTH FOURIER-
TRANSFORM  INFRARED  SYSTEM FOR
THE STUDY  OF TRACE  POLLUTANTS
IN  AMBIENT AND  SYNTHETIC  AT-
MOSPHERES.
                         ESR78-01046+
  NOXIOUS TRACE GASES IN THE AIR.
PART I: PHOTOCHEMICAL SMOG.
                         ESR78-01047+
  NOXIOUS TRACE GASES IN THE AIR.
PART II: HALOGENATED POLLUTANTS.
                         ESR78-01048+
                       CHLORINATED
  OXIDATION    OF
ETHANES.
                          ESR78-01088
  PEROXYCHLOROFORMYL   NITRATE:
SYNTHESIS AND THERMAL STABILITY.
                          ESR78-01089
  ESTIMATES OF THE PRODUCTION OF
CO AND H 2 FROM  THE  OXIDATION
OF HYDROCARBON  EMISSIONS  FROM
VEGETATION.
                          ESR78-OU02

Harder, S
  THE  EFFECT OF OZONE ON HUMAN
IMMUNITY:  IN  VITRO  RESPONSIVE-
NESS    OF     LYMPHOCYTES     TO
PHYTOHEMMAGLUTININ.
                          HER78-01910
  THE  EFFECT OF OZONE ON LEUKO-
CYTE  FUNCTION   IN  EXPOSED  HU-
MANS.
                          HER78-01911
Hardin, J
  DETECTION   OF   FALLOUT   FROM
CHINESE NUCLEAR TEST OF OCTOBER
16,  1964, BY THE NATIONAL AIR SAM-
PLING NETWORK.
                           ESR65-00313

Harless, RL
  ANALYSIS   OF    ENVIRONMENTAL
SAMPLES FOR TCDD RESIDUES.
                         HER74-01545*
  APPLICATION OF FIELD DESORPTION
AND  FIELD IONIZATION MASS SPEC-
TROMETRY    TO    ENVIRONMENTAL
ANALYSIS.
                         HER75-01642*
  ANALYSIS  OF  TECHNICAL CHLOR-
DANE   BY    GAS    CHROMATOG-
RAPHY/MASS SPECTROMETRY.
                          HER77-01869
  MASS  SPECTROMETRIC   ANALYSES
AND  CHARACTERIZATION OF KEPONE
IN  ENVIRONMENTAL  AND  HUMAN
SAMPLES.
                        HER78-01905 +
  A   NEW  METABOLITE  OF CHLOR-
PYRIFOS: ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICA-
TION.
                          HER78-01909

Harmon, DL
  CONTROL OF  FINE  PARTICULATE
EMISSIONS     FROM    STATIONARY
SOURCES.
                           IER77-02174
  EPA PROGRAM  FOR  CONTROL  OF
FINE  PARTICULATE  EMISSIONS FROM
STATIONARY SOURCES.
                           IER77-02175
  DESIGN  AND FABRICATION   OF  A
MOBILE ESP.
                         IER77-02206+
  EPA MOBILE PARTICULATE COLLEC-
TORS PROGRAM INTENTIONS.
                         IER77-02207+
  FF/C  SCRUBBER  DEMONSTRATION
ON    A     SECONDARY    METALS
RECOVERY FURNACE.
                         IER77-02208+
  FIELD   TESTS   WITH  A  MOBILE
FABRIC FILTER.
                         IER77-02209+
  FINE PARTICULATE CONTROL WITH
UW ELECTROSTATIC SCRUBBER.
                         IER77-02210+
  TEST  OF    U.W.   ELECTROSTATIC
SCRUBBER  AT AN  ELECTRIC  ARC
STEEL FURNACE.
                         IER77-022H +
  MEASURED FINE PARTICLE COLLEC-
TION   CHARACTERISTICS   OF   FOUR
NOVEL SCRUBBERS.
                         IER78-02266+
  NOVEL  PARTICULATE COLLECTION
DEVICES.
                         IER78-02267 +
  CONCLUSIONS FROM EPA  SCRUBBER
R AND D.
                         IER79-02300+
  FINE PARTICLE  COLLECTION IN  A
MOBILE BED SCRUBBER.
                           IER79-02319
  PARTICLE  CHARGE  EFFECTS  ON
CASCADE IMPACTOR MEASUREMENTS.
                           IER79-02321

Harrington, JM
  A NATIONWIDE SURVEY  OF  HEAVY
METAL  ABSORPTION   IN   CHILDREN
LIVING  NEAR  PRIMARY   COPPER,
LEAD, AND ZINC SHELTERS.
                          HER77-01798
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Harrington, RE
Harrington, RE
  SULFUR  OXIDE  REMOVAL  FROM
WASTE    GASES:    LIME/LIMESTONE
SCRUBBING TECHNOLOGY.
                           IER71-01961
  CURRENT STATUS OF SO2 CONTROL
TECHNOLOGY.
                        IER71-01974 +
  NITROGEN OXIDES, SULFUR OXIDES,
AND     PARTICULATE     CONTROL
TECHNOLOGY FOR FOSSIL FUEL COM-
BUSTION.
                        IER71-01975* +
  ABATEMENT GOES GLOBAL.
                           IER71-01978

Harris, DB
  SULFUR  DIOXIDE ABSORPTION STU-
DIES   WITH   EPA  IN-HOUSE  PILOT
SCALE VENTURI SCRUBBER.
                           IER72-01981
  FRACTIONAL    EFFICIENCY     OF
METAL  FUME CONTROL  AS  DETER-
MINED BY BRINK IMPACTOR.
                         IER73-02025* +
  PARTICULATE SIZING TECHNIQUES
FOR CONTROL DEVICE EVALUATION.
                          IER73-02026*
  FINE PARTICULATE MEASUREMENTS
IN  THE  NON-FERROUS  SMELTING  IN-
DUSTRY.
                          IER74-02047*
  DEVELOPMENT  AND  APPLICATION
OF A HIGH VOLUME SAMPLING TRAIN
FOR  PARTICULATE  MEASUREMENTS
OF STATIONARY SOURCES.
                          IER74-02070*
  PROBLEMS  IN  STACK  SAMPLING
AND MEASUREMENT.
                         IER75-02085* +
  GENERAL DISCUSSION OF CASCADE
IMPACTORS     OR     ALTERNATIVE
DEVICES.
                          IER75-02109+
  PARTICLE   MEASUREMENTS   FOR
TEXTILE  AIRBORNE PROCESS  WASTE
CONTROL.
                          IER76-02120+
  TENTATIVE  PROCEDURES FOR PAR-
TICLE SIZING IN  PROCESS STREAMS-
CASCADE IMPACTORS.
                          IER76-02121 +
  CYCLONES FOR PARTICULATE SAM-
PLING.
                          IER77-02212+
  JOINT  US/USSR  TESTS OF PARTICU-
LATE  MASS  CONCENTRATION  MEA-
SUREMENT METHODS.
                          IER77-02213 +
  JOINT  US/USSR TESTS OF PARTICLE
SIZE   DISTRIBUTION  MEASUREMENT
METHODS.
                          IER77-02214 +
  NON-IDEAL  BEHAVIOR  IN CASCADE
IMPACTORS.
                          IER77-02215 +
  PROCEDURES FOR CASCADE  IMPAC-
TOR  CALIBRATION  AND  OPERATION
IN  PROCESS STREAMS.
                          IER77-02216 +
  PORTABLE   PARTICULATE  SAMPLER
WITH  AUTOMATIC ISOKINETIC  FLOW
CONTROL.
                          IER78-02268+
  SUBSTRATE     COLLECTORS    FOR
CASCADE  IMPACTORS:   AN  EVALUA-
TION.
                          IER79-02345 +
Harris, DE
  MASS  SPECTROMETRIC   ANALYSES
AND CHARACTERIZATION OF KEPONE
IN  ENVIRONMENTAL  AND  HUMAN
SAMPLES.
                          HER78-01905

Harris, K
  RELATIONSHIP   BETWEEN  VIABLE
BACTERIA  AND AIR  POLLUTANTS IN
AN URBAN ATMOSPHERE.
                          EMS73-00033

Harrison, WK
  CONSTANT FLOW REGULATORS FOR
THE HIGH-VOLUME AIR SAMPLER.
                         ESR60-00190 +

Hart, SG
  SLOW  POTENTIAL  CORRELATES OF
PREDICTIVE   BEHAVIOR   DURING  A
COMPLEX LEARNING TASK.
                          HER76-01743

Hartlage, TA
  A  NATIONAL NETWORK TO ASSESS
LONG-TERM   PATTERNS   OF  RURAL
OZONE.
                          EMS78-00107

Harvey, HD Jr
  RADIOLOGICAL SURVEYS OF  PEARL
HARBOR,  HAWAII  AND   ENVIRONS,
1966-1968.
                          HER72-01311

Harvey, RD
  PHYSICAL   PROPERTIES   OF  CAR-
BONATE  ROCKS  RELATED  TO  SO2
REACTIVITY.
                           IER72-01984
  CARBONATE   ROCK    PROPERTIES
REQUIRED    BY    DESULFURIZATION
PROCESSES.
                          IER74-02052*

Harwood, CF
  ASBESTOS     EMISSIONS      FROM
BAGHOUSE CONTROLLED SOURCES.
                         IER75-02086' +
  THE EMISSION OF  ASBESTOS PARTI-
CLES FROM OPEN SOURCES.
                         IER75-02087* +

Haseman, JK
  THE UPTAKE OF METHYL-MERCURY
(203HG)  IN DIFFERENT TISSUES  RE-
LATED TO ITS NEUROTOXIC EFFECTS.
                           HER73-01484
  PRENATAL  EFFECTS  OF  DIELDRIN
AND PHOTODIELDRIN  IN  MICE  AND
RATS.
                           HER75-01600

Hass, JR
  METABOLISM  OF  4-CHLOROBIPHEN-
YL  AND 4,4'-DICHLOROBIPHENYLS IN
THE  RAT: QUALITATIVE  AND  QUAN-
TITATIVE ASPECTS.
                         HER77-01839+

Hassan, A
  PHARMACOLOGICAL   EFFECTS  OF
CARBARYL-I. THE  EFFECT  OF  CAR-
BARYL  ON  THE  SYNTHESIS   AND
DEGRADATION OF CATECHOLAMINES
IN THE RAT.
                         HER71-01227 +
  PHARMACOLOGICAL   EFFECTS  OF
CARBARYL:   II.   MODIFICATION  OF
SEROTONIN METABOLISM  IN THE  RAT
BRAIN.
                         HER71-01259+
  OBSERVATIONS  ON  THE  ALTERA-
TION  BY  CARBARYL  OF  SMOOTH
MUSCLE PREPARATION RESPONSES TO
NOREPINEPHRINE.
                          HER71-01269
  PHARMACOLOGICAL  EFFECTS   OF
CARBARYL:  III.   OBSERVATIONS   ON
ALTERATION  OF   SMOOTH  MUSCLE-
PREPARATION      RESPONSES     TO
NOREPINEPHRINE.
                          HER72-01356

Hasselblad, V
  ANALYSIS   OF   HEALTH   EFFECTS
DATA    -    SOME   RESULTS    AND
PROBLEM.
                        HER71-01273* +
  CIGARETTE   SMOKING    AND    HI
RESPONSE   TO  INFLUENZA   AFTER
NATURAL  DISEASE  AND  IMMUNIZA-
TION.
                          HER71-01279
  RELATIONSHIP             BETWEEN
CIGARETTE SMOKING, AMBIENT  AIR
POLLUTION,   CHRONIC  RESPIRATORY
DISEASE SYMPTOMS  AND  INFLUENZA
ANTIBODIES.
                          HER72-01373*
  EFFECTS  OF AIR   POLLUTION  ON
VENTILATORY  FUNCTION   IN   U.S.
SCHOOL CHILDREN: RESULTS OF  STU-
DIES IN CINCINNATI, CHATTANOOGA,
AND NEW  YORK.
                          HER72-01374*
  SO2,  NO2,   PHOTOCHEMICAL  OXI-
DANT  AND PARTICULATE: RELATION-
SHIP  TO  PERTURBATIONS  IN  MOR-
TALITY.
                          HER72-01376*
  CHESS  - A COMMUNITY  HEALTH
AND   ENVIRONMENTAL    SURVEIL-
LANCE SYSTEM.
                          HER72-01392
  STATISTICAL ASPECTS   OF COMMU-
NITY HEALTH AND  ENVIRONMENTAL
SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM.
                          HER72-01393
  METHODS  OF  HANDLING  MISSING
AND  CENSORED   DATA   FROM  THE
MULTIVARIATE  NORMAL  DISTRIBU-
TION.
                        HER72-01394 +
  CADMIUM  AND  LEAD  IN AUTOPSY
TISSUES.
                          HER73-01477
  SULFUR  DIOXIDE LEVELS AND  PER-
TURBATIONS   IN   MORTALITY;  A
STUDY IN  THE NEW  YORK - NEW JER-
SEY METROPOLIS.
                          HER73-01492
  LOS   ANGELES  STUDENT   NURSE
STUDY.  DAILY SYMPTOM REPORTING
AND PHOTOCHEMICAL OXIDANTS.
                          HER74-01549
  VENTILATORY      FUNCTION     IN
SCHOOL   CHILDREN:  1970-1971   NEW
YORK STUDIES.
                          HER74-01559
  PREVALENCE OF CHRONIC RESPIRA-
TORY    DISEASE    SYMPTOMS    IN
ADULTS:   1970   SURVEY   OF   FIVE
ROCKY MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES.
                          HER74-01564
  PREVALENCE OF CHRONIC RESPIRA-
TORY  DISEASE SYMPTOMS IN MILITA-
RY  RECRUITS: CHICAGO  INDUCTION
CENTER, 1969-1970.
                           HER74-01566
  HUMAN  EXPOSURE TO  AIR POLLU-
TANTS IN THE CHICAGO-NORTHWEST
INDIANA  METROPOLITAN   REGION,
1950-1971.
                          HER74-01567
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                                                                                                      Hayes, CG
  ADDITIONAL  ANALYSES  OF  THE
SEVEN CITY LEAD STUDY.
                        HER75-01680+
  AIR  POLLUTION  AND  CHILDHOOD
VENTILATORY  FUNCTION.  I.  EXPO-
SURE  TO PARTICULATE  MATTER  IN
TWO SOUTHEASTERN CITIES 1971-1972.
                          HER76-01721
  REGRESSION USING 'HOCKEY STICK'
FUNCTIONS.
                        HER76-01732 +
  AIR  POLLUTANT  HEALTH  EFFECTS
ESTIMATION MODEL.
                          HER76-01749
  LUNG FUNCTION IN SCHOOL CHIL-
DREN:  1971-1972 CHATTANOGA STUDY.
                        HER77-01841 +
  SPIROMETRIC CHANGES IN NORMAL
CHILDREN WITH  UPPER  RESPIRATORY
INFECTIONS.
                          HER78-01895
  COMPARISON OF METHODS FOR THE
ANALYSIS OF PANEL STUDIES.
                        HER78-01906+

Hatch,  GE
  CHEMILUMINESCENCE   OF  PHAGO-
CYTIC  CELLS  CAUSED BY N-FORMYL-
METHIONYL PEPTIDES.
                        HER78-01930+

Hauser, TR
  ANALYSIS OF THE ALIPHATIC FRAC-
TION OF AIR PARTICULATE MATTER.
                        EMS72-00011 +
  EPA  POSITION  OF NITROGEN DIOX-
IDE METHODOLOGY.
                        EMS72-00018 +
  ATOMIC  ABSORPTION  DETERMINA-
TION  OF CADMIUM  AND  LEAD  IN
BLOOD  BY   A  REAGENT   FREE
METHOD.
                        EMS72-00019+
  AIR   MONITORING   EQUIVALENCY
REGULATIONS.
                          EMS75-00065
  REVIEW OF  U.S. EPA NO2 MONITOR-
ING  METHODOLOGY REQUIREMENTS.
                          EMS79-00120
  DETECTION   OF  AROMATIC   AL-
DEHYDES.
                          ESR58-00159
  DETECTION     OF     HETEROSUB-
STITUTED   AROMATIC   DERIVATIVES
AND DETERMINATION  OF AROMATICS
IN THE AIR.
                          ESR58-OOI60
  DETECTION    OF   POLYNUCLEAR
HYDROCARBONS  AND PHENOLS WITH
BENZAL AND PIPERONAL CHLORIDES.
                          ESR58-00161
  DETECTION  OF PRIMARY AROMATIC
AMINES.
                          ESR59-00176
  INFRARED SPECTRAL DETECTION OF
CARBOXYLIC ACIDS AND ALDEHYDES
IN AIRBORNE  PARTICULATES.
                          ESR59-00177
  BENZO(A)PYRENE CONTENT  OF THE
AIR  OF AMERICAN COMMUNITIES.
                          ESR60-00188
  THE  DETECTION AND DETERMINA-
TION OF  POLYNUCLEAR HYDROCAR-
BONS  IN URBAN AIRBORNE PARTICU-
LATES. I. THE  BENZOPYRENE FRAC-
TION.
                          ESR60-00192
  SEPARATION  AND  CHARACTERIZA-
TION  OF  POLYNUCLEAR  AROMATIC
HYDROCARBONS IN URBAN AIRBORNE
PARTICULATES.
                          ESR60-00197
  SPOT    TEST    DETECTION    AND
COLORIMETRIC  DETERMINATION  OF
ALIPHATIC   ALDEHYDES   WITH   2-
HYDRAZINOBENZOTHIAZOLE.   APPLI-
CATION TO AIR POLLUTION.
                          ESR60-00202
  ULTRAVIOLET,     VISIBLE     AND
FLUORESCENCE SPECTRAL ANALYSIS
OF POLYNUCLEAR HYDROCARBONS.
                          ESR60-00204
  SPOT    TEST    DETECTION    AND
COLORIMETRIC  DETERMINATION  OF
AROMATIC   AMINES   AND   IMINO
HETEROAROMATIC  COMPOUNDS  WITH
3-METHYL-2-BENZ-THIAZOLONE
HYDRAZONE.
                          ESR61-00221
  SPOT  TEST  DETECTION  AND SPEC-
TROPHOTOMETRIC    CHARACTERIZA-
TION AND DETERMINATION OF  CAR-
BAZOLES,  AZO   DYES,   STILBENES,
AND SCHIFF BASES. APPLICATION OF
3-METHYL-2-BENZOTHIAZOLONE
HYDRAZONE,  P-NITROSOPHENOL  AND
FLUOROMETRIC  METHODS  TO   THE
DETERMINATION  OF CARBAZOLE IN
AIR.
                          ESR61-00222
  SPOT  TEST  DETECTION  AND  SPEC-
TROPHOTOMETRIC   DETERMINATION
OF COMPOUNDS  CONTAINING  THE P-
HYDROXYSTYRYL GROUP: 3-METHYL-
2-BENZOTHIAZOLINONE   HYDRAZONE
PROCEDURE.
                          ESR61-00224
  THE  3-METHYL-2-BENZOTHIAZOLONE
HYDRAZONE  TEST. SENSITIVE  NEW
METHODS   FOR    THE   DETECTION,
RAPID  ESTIMATION, AND  DETERMINA-
TION OF ALIPHATIC ALDEHYDES.
                          ESR6I-00225
  A  COMPARISON  OF  METHODS  FOR
SPOT-TEST  DETECTION   AND  SPEC-
TROPHOTOMETRIC   DETERMINATION
OF GLYOXAL.
                          ESR62-00233
  POLYNUCLEAR           AROMATIC
HYDROCARBON COMPOSITION  OF AIR
POLLUTED   BY    COAL-TAR  PITCH
FUMES.
                          ESR62-00242
  POLYNUCLEAR           AROMATIC
HYDROCARBON COMPOSITION OF THE
ATMOSPHERE IN  SOME LARGE AMER-
ICAN CITIES.
                          ESR62-00243
  SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC  DETERMINA-
TION OF FORMALDEHYDE  AND  FOR-
MALDEHYDE-RELEASING  COMPOUNDS
WITH CHROMOTROPIC  ACID, 6-AMINO-
l-NAPHTHOL-3-SULFONIC   ACID   (J-
ACID),  AND  6-ANILINO-1-NAPHTHOL-3-
SULFONIC ACID (PHENYL J-ACID).
                          ESR62-00246
  SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC  DETERMINA-
TION OF ALIPHATIC ALDEHYDE  2, 4-
DINITROPHENYLHYDRAZONES WITH 3-
METHYL-2-BENZOTHIAZOLINONE
HYDRAZONE.
                          ESR62-00255
  CORRELATION  OF PIPERONAL  TEST
VALUES FOR AROMATIC  COMPOUNDS
WITH  THE  ATMOSPHERIC  CONCEN-
TRATION OF  BENZO(A)PYRENE.
                          ESR63-00267
  FIVE NEW METHODS FOR THE  SPEC-
TROPHOTOMETRIC   DETERMINATION
OF ALKYLATING AGENTS  INCLUDING
SOME   EXTREMELY  SENSITIVE   AU-
TOCATALYTIC  METHODS.   APPLICA-
TION TO AIR POLLUTION.
                          ESR63-00269
  NITROGEN  OXIDES  AIR POLLUTION:
A STATUS REPORT.
  RELATING  AIR  QUALITY DATA  TO
EFFECTS, STANDARDS, AND  NEEDED
SOURCE  REDUCTIONS.
                           ESR75-00845
  POLYCHLORINATED       BIPHENYL
RESIDUES  IN  HUMAN  PLASMA  EX-
POSE  A MAJOR  URBAN  POLLUTION
PROBLEM.
                          HER72-01382
  A    PROGRAM   OF   MONITORING
HUMAN  EXPOSURE  FOR HEALTH EF-
FECTS RESEARCH TO DEVELOP SHORT
AND LONG-TERM STANDARDS. 19 PP.
                          HER72-OI390

Hawk, RE
  ON THE CHEMISTRY OF THE ISOME-
RIC      DICHLORODIPHENYLACETAL-
DEHYDES    RELATED    TO    DDT.
STEREOELECTRONIC EFFECTS IN  THE
HYDROLYSIS    OF   THEIR   CYCLC
ACETALS.
                          HER71-01225
  DERMAL   ABSORPTION   OF   HEX-
AC HLOROPHANE IN INFANTS.
                          HER71-01228
  ORGANIC  MERCURY IDENTIFIED AS
THE  CAUSE OF  POISONING  IN  HU-
MANS AND HOGS.
                          HER71-01255

Hawkins, HF
  SUCCESSFUL  TEST  OF  AN   AIR-
BORNE GAS CHROMATOGRAPH.
                         ESR72-006IO+

Hayes, CG
  CIGARETTE  SMOKING,  AIR POLLU-
TION,  AND  SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS
IN   RELATION   TO   ACUTE   AND
CHRONIC RESPIRATORY DISEASE.
                         HER72-01366*
  CHRONIC  RESPIRATORY DISEASE IN
MILITARY  INDUCTEES  AND PARENTS
OF SCHOOLCHILDREN.
                         HER73-01406*
  AGGRAVATION OF ASTHMA BY AIR
POLLUTANTS: 1971 SALT LAKE  BASIN
STUDIES.
                          HER74-01562
  PREVALENCE  OF CHRONIC RESPIRA-
TORY    DISEASE    SYMPTOMS    IN
ADULTS:   1970   SURVEY   OF   FIVE
ROCKY MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES.
                        HER74-01564+
  PREVALENCE  OF CHRONIC RESPIRA-
TORY  DISEASE SYMPTOMS IN MILITA-
RY  RECRUITS:  CHICAGO  INDUCTION
CENTER, 1969-1970.
                          HER74-01566
  HEALTH  CONSEQUENCES  OF  SUL-
FUR  OXIDES:  SUMMARY  AND  CON-
CLUSIONS  BASED UPON  CHESS STU-
DIES OF 1970-1971.
                          HER74-01568
  INCREASED RISK  OF ACUTE  AND
CHRONIC  RESPIRATORY   DISORDERS
FOLLOWING  LONG-TERM  AIR POLLU-
TION EXPOSURES.
                          HER75-01668
  AIR  POLLUTION AND  CHILDHOOD
VENTILATORY   FUNCTION.  I.  EXPO-
SURE  TO  PARTICULATE  MATTER IN
TWO SOUTHEASTERN CITIES 1971-1972.
                          HER76-01721
  AIR  POLLUTION AND  CHILDHOOD
RESPIRATORY DISEASE. I.  EXPOSURE
TO  SULFUR OXIDES  AND  PARTICU-
LATE MATTER IN  NEW YORK, 1972.
                          HER76-01731
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Hayes, WJ Jr
  HEALTH EFFECTS  OF OXIDANT EX-
POSURES: A RESEARCH PROGRESS RE-
PORT.
                          HER76-01736
  PANEL STUDIES  OF ACUTE HEALTH
EFFECTS OF AIR POLLUTION. I.  CAR-
DIOPULMONARY     SYMPTOMS     IN
ADULTS, NEW YORK, 1971-1972.
                          HER76-01756
  A NATIONWIDE SURVEY OF HEAVY
METAL   ABSORPTION  IN  CHILDREN
LIVING   NEAR   PRIMARY  COPPER,
LEAD, AND  ZINC SHELTERS.
                          HER77-01798
  EPIDEMIC   KEPONE  POISONING  IN
CHEMICAL WORKERS.
                          HER78-01893

Hayes, WJ Jr
  EVIDENCE  OF SAFETY  OF  LONG-
TERM,  HIGH  ORAL  DOSES  OF  DDT
FOR MAN.
                         HER71-01260+

Haynes,  DL
  SURVEY OF MANUAL METHODS  OF
MEASUREMENTS    OF    ASBESTOS,
BERYLLIUM,    LEAD,    CADMIUM,
SELENIUM,  AND  MERCURY  IN  STA-
TIONARY SOURCE  EMISSIONS.
                          EMS73-00030

Haynie,  FH
  EFFECTS OF  ATMOSPHERIC SULFUR
DIXOIDE  ON  THE  CORROSION  OF
ZINC.
                         ESR70-00543 +
  EFFECTS  OF ATMOSPHERIC POLLU-
TANTS     ON     THE     CORROSION
BEHAVIOR OF STEELS.
                         ESR71-00601 +
  CHEMICAL ATTACK AND ECONOMIC
ASSESSMENT OF AIR POLLUTANTS  ON
EXTERIOR PAINTS.
                          ESR72-00663
  PAINT TECHNOLOGY  AND  AIR POL-
LUTION: A SURVEY AND ECONOMIC
ASSESSMENT.
                          ESR72-00665
  THE ECONOMICS OF  CLEAN AIR IN
PERSPECTIVE.
                         ESR74-00757+
  AIR    POLLUTION   EFFECTS    ON
CATASTROPHIC FAILURE OF METALS.
                          ESR74-00763
  CORRELATION   BETWEEN   CORRO-
SION BEHAVIOR OF STEEL  AND AT-
MOSPHERIC POLLUTION DATA.
                         ESR74-00766+
  DESIGN OF A LABORATORY EXPERI-
MENT TO IDENTIFY THE  EFFECTS OF
ENVIRONMENTAL   POLLUTANTS   ON
MATERIALS.
                          ESR74-00767
  SOILING OF BUILDING MATERIALS.
                          ESR75-00800
  ENVIRONMENTAL        EXPOSURE
SYSTEM FOR STUDYING  AIR POLLU-
TION DAMAGE TO MATERIALS.
                          ESR75-00808
  EFFECTS OF  GASEOUS POLLUTANTS
ON PAINTS: A CHAMBER STUDY.
                          ESR75-00840
  EFFECTS OF  GASEOUS POLLUTANTS
ON MATERIALS-A CHAMBER STUDY.
                         ESR76-00878 +
  AIR    POLLUTION   EFFECTS    ON
STRESS   INDUCED    INTEGRANULAR
CORROSION  OF  700S-T5S  ALUMINUM
ALLOY.
                         ESR76-00927 +
  EFFECTS OF  AIR  POLLUTANTS ON
WEATHERING    STEEL    AND    GAL-
VANIZED STEEL: A CHAMBER STUDY.
                         ESR76-00928+
  PITTING OF GALVANIZED STEEL IN
CONTROLLED  CLEAN  AIR  ENVIRON-
MENT.
                          ESR76-00946
  FADING  OF   SELECTED   DRAPERY
FABRICS BY AIR POLLUTANTS.
                          ESR76-00948
  EFFECTS OF  AIR  POLLUTANTS ON
WEATHERING    STEEL    AND    GAL-
VANIZED STEEL: A CHAMBER STUDY.
                         ESR78-01049+

Hazucha, M
  DEVELOPMENT     OF      OZONE
TOLERANCE IN MAN.
                         HER77-01840+

Head, HN
  RECENT   RESULTS   FROM   EPA'S
LIME/LIMESTONE   SCRUBBING   PRO-
GRAMS   -   ADIPIC   ACID   AS   A
SCRUBBER ADDITIVE.
                         IER79-02337+

Health Effects Research Laboratory
  MANAGEMENT POLICY FOR THE AS-
SURANCE OF RESEARCH QUALITY.
                         HER77-01789+
  AIR QUALITY CRITERIA FOR LEAD.
                         HER77-01790+
  SCIENTIFIC  AND  TECHNICAL  AS-
SESSMENT        REPORT        ON
NITROSAMINES.
                         HER77-01791 +
  SCIENTIFIC  AND  TECHNICAL  AS-
SESSMENT REPORT ON VANADIUM.
                         HER77-01792+
  SECOND    ANNUAL     CATALYST
RESEARCH PROGRAM REPORT  - SUM-
MARY.
                         HER77-01793 +
  STATEMENT      OF      SULFATES
RESEARCH APPROACH.
                         HER77-01794+
  AIR  QUALITY  CRITERIA FOR OZONE
AND   OTHER  PHOTOCHEMICAL OXI-
DANTS.
                         HER78-01886+
  DEVELOPMENT  OF   QUALITY  AS-
SURANCE   PLANS  FOR   RESEARCH
TASKS, HEALTH  EFFECTS  RESEARCH
LABORATORY/RTF,  NC,  GUIDELINES
FOR  TASKMASTERS  -   QUALITY AS-
SURANCE DOCUMENT NO. 2.
                         HER78-01887+
  METHODOLOGIES  AND  PROTOCOLS
IN  CLINICAL  RESEARCH:  EVALUAT-
ING  ENVIRONMENTAL  EFFECTS ON
MAN  - PROCEEDINGS  OF A SYMPOSI-
UM.
                         HER78-01888+
  THIRD     ANNUAL      CATALYST
RESEARCH PROGRAM REPORT.
                         HER78-01889+
  WORKSHOP  ON  HEALTH EFFECTS
OF TRANSPORTATION-RELATED POL-
LUTANTS.
                         HER78-01890+

Heap, MP
  EVALUATION  OF  NOX   EMISSION
CHARACTERISTICS   OF    ALCOHOL
FUELS FOR USE IN STATIONARY COM-
BUSTION SYSTEMS.
                          IER75-02091*
  OPTIMIZATION OF BURNER  DESIGN
PARAMETERS TO  CONTROL NOX FOR-
MATION  IN  PULVERIZED  COAL AND
HEAVY OIL FLAMES.
                           IER76-02139
  COMBUSTION OF LIQUID SYNFUELS.
                           IER79-02306

Hecht, TA
  FURTHER    DEVELOPMENT     OF
GENERALIZED  KINETRIC MECHANISM
FOR PHOTO-CHEMICAL SMOG.
                         ESR74-00748+
  ADDENDUM TO FURTHER DEVELOP-
MENT  OF  GENERALIZED   KINETIC
MECHANISM  FOR   PHOTOCHEMICAL
SMOG.
                         ESR74-00776+
  RATE  CONSTANT  MEASUREMENTS
NEEDED  TO  IMPROVE  A  GENERAL
KINETIC       MECHANISM       FOR
PHOTOCHEMICAL SMOG.
                           ESR75-00813
  OZONE   DECAY    IN   IRRADIATED
CHAMBERS.
                           ESR75-00819

Heck, W
  AN  AIR  QUALITY  DATA ANALYSIS
SYSTEM   FOR  INTERRELATING   EF-
FECTS.STANDARDS,   AND   NEEDED
SOURCE   REDUCTIONS:   PART   3.
VEGETATION INJURY.
                           ESR76-00887

Heiderscheit, LT
  ROADSIDE    GRADIENTS   IN    AT-
MOSPHERIC   CONCENTRATIONS   OF
CADMIUM, LEAD, AND ZINC.
                          HER72-01364
  ASTHMA AND AIR POLLUTION FROM
A COAL-FUELED POWER PLANT.
                          HER72-01367
  METALS  IN ATMOSPHERIC PARTICU-
LATES COLLECTED BY  HI VOL SAM-
PLER  AND BY DUSTFALL BUCKET. 52
PP.
                          HER72-01388
  HUMAN  EXPOSURE TO  AIR  POLLU-
TION  IN   SELECTED  NEW  YORK
METROPOLITAN  COMMUNTIES,   1944-
1971.
                          HER74-01558
  HUMAN  EXPOSURE TO  AIR  POLLU-
TANTS IN  SALT LAKE BASIN COMMU-
NITIES, 1940-1971.
                          HER74-01561
  A  FEEDBACK  APPROACH FOR  OB-
TAINING VALID AEROMETRIC DATA.
                          HER75-OI649*
  AN  ASSESSMENT  OF  THE  CHESS
SULFATE  AND NITRATE  DATA DUR-
ING  THE  PERIOD  RETA  PERFORMED
THE CHEMICAL ANALYSIS.
                         HER77-01842+

Hein, JN
  ANALYSIS  OF FUELS BY ION CHRO-
MATOGRAPHY:   COMPARISON   WITH
ASTM METHODS.
                           EMS79-00131

Heitkamp, DH
  SKIN ORGAN CULTURES  AND  OX-
YGEN TOXICITY.
                         HER72-01330+
  ALKALINE  PHOSPHATASE  ACTIVA-
TION  AND  COLLAGEN SYNTHESIS IN
HUMAN  SKIN  FIBROBLASTS  IN CUL-
TURE.
                           HER73-01409
  MICROFIBER  GLASS DISCS.  A NEW
SUPPORT  FOR  SKIN   ORGAN  CUL-
TURES.
                         HER73-01429+
296

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                                                                                                       Hertz, MB
  EVALUATION OF WOUND  HEALING
ACCELERATORS      2      CARTILAGE
POWDER, CHITIN AND N-ACETYL GLU-
COSAMINE  -  IN HUMAN  FIBROBLAST
CULTURES.
                          HER73-01430

Hellman, A
  BONE       AND       SOFT-TISSUE
NEOPLASMS  IN  CATS  EXPOSED  TO
RADIOSTRONTIUM.
                          HER72-01310

Hemphill, DC
  ATOMIC ABSORPTION  AND OPTICAL
EMISSION  ANALYSIS OF  NASN  AT-
MOSPHERIC  PARTICULATE  SAMPLES
FOR LEAD.
                          EMS76-00085

Henderson, D
  NRDS    RADIATION    PREDICTION
MODEL EVALUATION.
                         ESR70-00508 +
  NORTHERN      GREAT      PLAINS
METEOROLOGICAL  DATA GATHERING
PROGRAM.
                        ESR75-00794* +
Henderson, JJ
  INDOOR-OUTDOOR AIR   POLLUTION
RELATIONSHIPS:    A     LITERATURE
REVIEW.
                          HER72-01379
  INDOOR-OUTDOOR AIR   POLLUTION
RELATIONSHIPS:  VOL.  II - AN  AN-
NOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY.
                         HER73-01500+

Hendricks, RH
  HAIR TRACE METAL LEVELS AND
ENVIRONMENTAL  EXPOSURE.
                          HER71-01287
  TRACE METAL CONCENTRATIONS IN
HUMAN HAIR.
                          HER72-01378
  TRACE METALS IN HUMAN HAIR AS
A SIMPLE  EPIDEMIOLOGIC  MONITOR
OF ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE.
                          HER72-01385

Hendriks, RV
  NEW  DEVELOPMENTS  IN  AIR POL-
LUTION   LEGISLATION    AFFECTING
THE PAPER-CONVERTING INDUSTRIES.
                         IER71-01976 +
  ENGINEERING AND COST STUDY OF
AIR  POLLUTION  CONTROL  IN THE
UNITED STATES PRIMARY ALUMINUM
SMELTING  INDUSTRY.
                         IER72-01993* +
  FUGITIVE   EMISSIONS   FROM   IN-
TEGRATED IRON  AND STEEL PLANTS
- OPEN DUST SOURCES.
                           IER77-02217
  DEVELOPMENT  OF FUGITIVE  DUST
EMISSION FACTORS FOR  INDUSTRIAL
SOURCES.
                          IER78-02269+

Hennessey, JP
  ON THE  USE OF POWER LAWS FOR
ESTIMATES  OF WIND POWER  POTEN-
TIAL.
                          ESR78-01079

Henry, WM
  INORGANIC  COMPOUNDS  PRESENT
IN FOSSIL FUEL FLY ASH EMISSIONS.
                         ESR78-01050+
  INORGANIC  COMPOUND IDENTIFICA-
TION  BY  FOURIER TRANSFORM  IN-
FRARED SPECTROSCOPY.
                          ESR78-01053
Henschel, DB
  STATUS   OF   DEVELOPMENT   OF
FLUIDIZED-BED  BOILERS.
                         IER71-01959+
  ENVIRONMENTAL  CONTROL  POTEN-
TIAL  OF  FLUIDIZED-BED COAL  COM-
BUSTION SYSTEMS.
                         IER75-02100+
  U.S.  EPA  PROGRAM FOR ENVIRON-
MENTAL    CHARACTERIZATION    OF
FLUIDIZED-BED          COMBUSTION
SYSTEMS.
                         IER75-02101 +
  EPA  PROGRAM  FOR  ENVIRONMEN-
TAL      CHARACTERIZATION      OF
FLUIDIZED-BED          COMBUSTION
SYSTEMS.
                         IER76-02122 +
  ENVIRONMENTAL  ASSESSMENT  OF
THE FLUIDIZED-BED COMBUSTION OF
COAL  - METHODOLOGY AND  INITIAL
RESULTS.
                         IER77-02218+
  ENVIRONMENTAL  EMISSIONS FROM
COAL-FIRED INDUSTRIAL  FLUIDIZED-
BED BOILERS,  CONF. ON ENGINEER-
ING FBC SYSTEMS  FOR INDUSTRIAL
USE. COLUMBUS, OH.
                         IER78-02270+
  THE EPA  FBC  PROGRAM:  AN  UP-
DATE.
                         IER78-02271 +
  ENVIRONMENTAL  ASSESSMENT  OF
THE FLUIDIZED-BED COMBUSTION OF
COAL: METHODOLOGY  AND  INITIAL
RESULTS.
                           IER78-02295

Herget, WF
  THE APPLICATION OF ELECTRO-OP-
TICAL TECHNIQUES TO  THE SENSING
OF  STATIONARY   SOURCE   POLLU-
TANTS.
                         ESR73-00691 +
  REMOTE SENSING  OF SO2 IN POWER
PLANT PLUMES USING  ULTRAVIOLET
ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY AND  IN-
FRARED  EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY.
                          ESR74-00749
  A COMPARATIVE REVIEW OF OPEN-
PATH  SPECTROSCOPIC   ABSORPTION
METHODS  FOR  AMBIENT AIR  POLLU-
TANTS.
                          ESR74-00751
  REMOTE   SENSING   OF   GASEOUS
EMISSIONS     FROM     STATIONARY
SOURCES.
                         ESR75-00825 +
  INFRARED GAS  FILTER  CORRELA-
TION INSTRUMENT  FOR IN-SITU  MEA-
SUREMENT OF  GASEOUS POLLUTANT
CONCENTRATIONS.
                         ESR76-00879+
  LASER  DOPPLER  SYSTEMS  POLLU-
TION MONITORING.
                          ESR76-00934
  INSTRUMENTAL SENSING  OF  STA-
TIONARY SOURCE EMISSIONS.
                         ESR77-00986+
  REMOTE SENSING  OF GASEOUS POL-
LUTANTS BY INFRARED ABSORPTION
AND EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY.
                         ESR77-00987 +
  AIR  POLLUTION:  GROUND  BASED
SENSING OF SOURCE EMISSIONS.
                         ESR79-01109+

Herget, WF (Ed.)
  ANALYTICAL  METHODS APPLIED TO
AIR POLLUTION MEASUREMENTS.
                          ESR74-00745
Herling, RH
  A  COMPARISON   OF  AUTOMOTIVE
PARTICLE  MASS  EMISSION MEASURE-
MENT TECHNIQUES.
                         ESR71-00581 +
  BETA GAUGE AND FILTER  COLLEC-
TION SYSTEM FOR  DETERMINATION
OF   AUTOMOBILE    PARTICULATES
EMISSIONS.
                        ESR71-00599* +
  THE   NATURE   OF   AUTOMOTIVE
AEROSOLS.
                           ESR71-00602

Herman, SP
  A  MODEL  OF ACUTE METHYLMER-
CURY TOXICITY.
                          HER72-01397
  DNA,  RNA, AND  PROTEIN SYNTHES-
IS IN  THE BRAIN, LIVER AND  KID-
NEYS  OF  ASYMPTOMATIC  METHYL-
MERCURY  TREATED RATS.
                          HER73-01417
  PHARMACODYNAMIC   ASPECTS  OF
METHYLMERCURY  INTOXICATION  IN
ASYMPTOMATIC ADULT RATS.
                          HER73-01482
  THE  UPTAKE OF METHYL-MERCURY
(203HG)  IN DIFFERENT TISSUES  RE-
LATED TO  ITS NEUROTOXIC EFFECTS.
                          HER73-01484

Hertz, MB
  THE  EFFECT  OF SULFUR  DIOXIDE
AND   SUSPENDED  SULFATES   ON
ACUTE   RESPIRATORY  DISEASE   IN
CHILDREN   AND  ADULTS  IN   FOUR
AREAS OF  THE UNITED STATES.
                         HER72-01365*
  SURVEILLANCE OF AIR QUALITY: A
BASIC   REQUIREMENT  FOR  HEALTH
EFFECTS STUDIES.
                         HER72-0137S*
  HUMAN  EXPOSURE TO AIR POLLU-
TANTS IN  SALT LAKE BASIN COMMU-
NITIES, 1940-1971.
                         HER74-01561 +
  FREQUENCY   OF  ACUTE   LOWER
RESPIRATORY DISEASE IN CHILDREN:
RETROSPECTIVE  SURVEY  OF   SALT
LAKE BASIN COMMUNITIES, 1967-1970.
                          HER74-01569
  A  COMPUTER  CONTROLLED   DATA
ACQUISITION    AND     RETRIEVAL
SYSTEM FOR USE IN AIR MONITORING
PROGRAMS.
                        HER74-01576* +
  AN AUTOMATED  DATA ACQUISITION
AND RETRIEVAL SYSTEM FOR USE IN
THE COMMUNITY  HEALTH AIR MONI-
TORING    PROGRAM-CENTRAL   CON-
TROL STATION.
                        HER75-01648* +
  A  FEEDBACK APPROACH  FOR  OB-
TAINING VALID AEROMETRIC DATA.
                        HER75-01649* +
  AN AUTOMATED  DATA ACQUISITION
SYSTEM  FOR USE  IN  THE  COMMUNI-
TY  HEALTH  AIR  MONITORING  PRO-
GRAMS  (CHAMP) - REMOTE STATION.
                         HER75-01651*
  RECAPITULATION   OF   EXPOSURES
AROUND  A  POINT SOURCE  OF  AIR
POLLUTION.
                         HER75-01705 +
  OPERATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE CHAMP  DATA  SYSTEM.
                         HER76-01733 +
  MORTALITY  MODELS:   A   POLICY
TOOL.
                          HER76-01751
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Hickman, P
  AN  ASSESSMENT  OF  THE  CHESS
SULFATE  AND NITRATE  DATA  DUR-
ING  THE  PERIOD RETA  PERFORMED
THE CHEMICAL ANALYSIS.
                          HER77-01842

Hickman, P
  A    RECIPROCAL    RELATIONSHIP
BETWEEN   THE    INDUCTION    OF
DELTAAMINOLEVULINIC          ACID
SYNTHETASE  AND  DRUG  METABOL-
ISM      PRODUCED       BY      M-
DICHLOROBENZENE.
                          HER? 1-01266
  EFFECTS OF PURIFIED AND TECHNI-
CAL  PIPERONYL BUTOXIDE ON DRUG-
METABOLIZING  ENZYMES  AND  UL-
TRASTRUCTURE OF RAT LIVER.
                          HER73-01449
  HEPATIC PORPHYRIA INDUCED  BY
2,3,7,8-TETRACHLORODIBENZO-P-DIOX-
IN IN THE MOUSE.
                          HER73-01450
  HEPATIC PORPHYRIA INDUCED  BY
POLYCHLORINATED        BIPHENYLS
(PCB'S):   RELATIONSHIP    BETWEEN
PORPHYRIA,  DELTA-AMINOLEVULINIC
ACID        SYNTHETASE        AND
CYTOCHROME P-450.
                          HER73-01451
  EXPERIMENTAL             HEPATIC
PORPHYRIA       INDUCED       BY
POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS.
                          HER74-01524
  A  COMPARATIVE  STUDY  OF  TWO
POLYCHLORINATED   BIPHENYL  MIX-
TURES  (ARACLORS   1242  AND  1016)
CONTAINING  42% CHLORINE ON  IN-
DUCTION  OF  HEPATIC   PORPHYRIA
AND DRUG METABOLIZING ENZYMES.
                          HER75-01623
  TOXICOLOGICAL   ASSESSMENT  OF
HEXACHLOROBIPHENYL       ISOMERS
AND      2,     3,     7,      8      -
TETRACHLORODIBENZOFURAN     IN
CHICKS.   II,   EFFECTS   ON  DRUG
METABOLISM  AND PORPHYRIN  ACCU-
MULATION.
                          HER76-01728
  EFFECTS OF PENTACHLOROPHENOL
ON   HEPATIC  DRUG-METABOLIZING
ENZYMES  AND PORPHYRIA RELATED
TO       CONTAMINATION      WITH
CHLORINATED    DIBENZO-P-DIOXINS
AND DIBENZOFURANS.
                          HER77-01882

High, LE
  METHODOLOGY  FOR  ASSIGNMENT
OF A  HYDROCARBON PHOTOCHEMI-
CAL  REACTIVITY INDEX  FOR  EMIS-
SIONS FROM MOBILE SOURCES.
                           ESR75-00805
  THE   APPLICATION    OF   TOTAL
HYDROCARBON   FLAME   IONIZATION
DETECTORS  TO  THE  ANALYSIS  OF
HYDROCARBON    MIXTURES   FROM
MOTOR VEHICLES.
                           ESR75-00842
  EFFECT OF  FUEL  COMPOSITION  ON
THE  FLAME  IONIZATION  DETECTION
OF HYDROCARBONS.
                           ESR76-00860
  A GAS CHROMATOGRAPHIC METHOD
FOR     DIRECT     ANALYSIS     OF
PHOTOCHEMICALLY   NON-REACTIVE
HYDROCARBONS.
                           ESR76-00861
  AUTOMOTIVE HYDROCARBONS  EMIS-
SION PATTERNS AND THE MEASURE-
MENT OF NONMETHANE  HYDROCAR-
BON EMISSIONS RATES.
                           ESR78-01030
Hildebrandt, A
  THE   PHYSIOLOGICAL   STATE   OF
AGING  MICE AS  REPRESENTED  BY
QUALITATIVE RNA MEASUREMENTS.
                          HER69-01168

Hindawi, IJ
  PLANT  DAMAGE  CAUSED   BY  IR-
RADIATION OF ALDEHYDES.
                         ESR64-00300+
  PRODUCTS   WITH BIOLOGICAL   EF-
FECTS   FROM     IRRADIATION   OF
NITROGEN OXIDES WITH  HYDROCAR-
BONS    OR    ALDEHYDES    UNDER
DYNAMIC CONDITIONS.
                          ESR66-00371

Hines, L
  PARTICLE   BOUNCE   ERROR   IN
CASCADE IMPACTORS.
                          ESR76-00872

Hinkle, DK
  A METHOD FOR  HAND REARING OF
SAIMIRI SCIUREUS.
                         HER72-01350+
  NOSEMATOSIS  IN   THE  SQUIRREL
MONKEY (SAIMIRI SCIUREUS).
                          HER73-01465

Hinman, AR
  ALKYL   MERCURY  POISONING  IN
HUMANS. REPORT OF  AN OUTBREAK.
                          HER72-01354

Hinners, R
  EXPOSURE     OF     LABORATORY
ANIMALS  TO  ATMOSPHERIC  MAN-
GANESE  FROM  AUTOMOTIVE EMIS-
SIONS.
                          HER75-01690

Hinners, TA
  ATOMIC  ABSORPTION  DETERMINA-
TION  OF  CADMIUM  AND  LEAD IN
BLOOD   BY   A   REAGENT   FREE
METHOD.
                          EMS72-00019
  ATOMIC  ABSORPTION  ANALYSIS OF
LIVER WITHOUT ASHING.
                         EMS75-00064+
  ASSESSMENT  OF ARSENIC  LOSSES
DURING ASHING:  A  COMPARISON OF
TWO   METHODS   APPLIED   TO   AT-
MOSPHERIC PARTICULATES.
                          EMS78-00113
  HUMAN POLLUTANT BURDENS.
                          HER72-01299
  POLYCHLORINATED       BIPHENYL
RESIDUES  IN HUMAN  PLASMA  EX-
POSE  A  MAJOR  URBAN  POLLUTION
PROBLEM.
                          HER72-01382
  TRACE METALS IN HUMAN HAIR AS
A SIMPLE  EPIDEMIOLOGIC  MONITOR
OF ENVIRONMENTAL  EXPOSURE.
                          HER72-01385
  METALS  IN ATMOSPHERIC PARTICU-
LATES  COLLECTED BY  HI VOL SAM-
PLER AND BY DUSTFALL BUCKET. 52
PP.
                         HER72-01388 +
  POLLUTANT BURDENS AND  BIOLOG-
ICAL RESPONSE.
                          HER73-01476
  TRACE ELEMENTS  IN  HAIR,  AS  RE-
LATED     TO      EXPOSURE    IN
METROPOLITAN NEW  YORK.
                          HER75-01671
  MATERNAL - FETAL TISSUE  LEVELS
OF   16   TRACE   ELEMENTS   IN  8
SELECTED   CONTINENTAL    UNITED
STATES COMMUNITIES.
                          HER77-01818
  BIOCHEMICAL  AND   ULTRASTRUC-
TURAL  CHANGES IN LIVER OF CAD-
MIUM-TREATED RATS.
                          HER77-01825
  HUMAN SCALP HAIR:  AN ENVIRON-
MENTAL   EXPOSURE   INDEX   FOR
TRACE  ELEMENTS, I. FIFTEEN  TRACE
ELEMENTS IN NEW YORK, N. Y. (1971-
72)
                          HER78-01897
  HUMAN SCALP HAIR:  AN ENVIRON-
MENTAL   EXPOSURE   INDEX   FOR
TRACE   ELEMENTS,  II.  SEVENTEEN
TRACE  ELEMENTS  IN FOUR NEW JER-
SEY COMMUNITIES (1972).
                          HER78-01898
  TRACE  ELEMENTS, III. SEVENTEEN
TRACE  ELEMENTS  IN  BIRMINGHAM,
ALABAMA AND  CHARLOTTE,   NORTH
CAROLINA (1972).
                          HER78-01899
  MATERNAL-FETAL  TISSUE  LEVELS
OF   SDCTEEN  TRACE  ELEMENTS  IN
EIGHT COMMUNITIES.
                          HER78-01900

Hinton, DO
  SURVEILLANCE OF AIR QUALITY:  A
BASIC  REQUIREMENT   FOR  HEALTH
EFFECTS STUDIES.
                         HER72-01375*
  HUMAN EXPOSURE TO AIR  POLLU-
TANTS  IN SALT LAKE BASIN COMMU-
NITIES, 1940-1971.
                          HER74-01561
  HUMAN EXPOSURE TO AIR  POLLU-
TANTS  IN THE CHICAGO-NORTHWEST
INDIANA  METROPOLITAN   REGION,
1950-1971.
                         HER74-01567+
  NEW    COMMUNITY   HEALTH   AIR
MONITORING REQUIREMENTS.
                          HER74-01573
  RECAPITULATION OF  METOPOLITAN
AIR POLLUTION EXPOSURES ARISING
FROM   MOBILE    AND   STATIONARY
SOURCES.
                         HER75-01702+
  THE  PITTSBURGH  AIR  POLLUTION
EPISODE  OF NOVEMBER  17-21,  1975:
AIR QUALITY.
                          HER77-01799

Hitchcock, D
  BIOGENIC  SULFIDES  IN  THE  AT-
MOSPHERE  IN  A  NORTH  CAROLINA
TIDAL MARSH.
                         ESR77-00988+

Hochheiser, S
  CONCEPTS  IN THE DETERMINATION
OF       EQUIVALENCE      BETWEEN
METHODS.
                        EMS72-00008* +
  APPLICATIONS   OF  QUALITY   AS-
SURANCE IN MAJOR AIR POLLUTION
MONITORING  STUDIES-CHAMP  AND
RAMS.
                          EMS76-00069
  DATA   VALIDATIONS  CONFERENCE
PROCEEDINGS.
                          EMS79-00118
  CHALLENGES  OF  IMPLEMENTING
QUALITY ASSURANCE IN  AIR  POLLU-
TION MONITORING SYSTEMS.
                          EMS79-00139

Hodge, HC
  KINETIC   MODEL   OF   FLUORIDE
METABOLISM IN THE RABBIT.
                          HER77-01837
298

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                                                                                                  Holzworth, GC
Hodgeson, JA
  DETERMINATION OF AN  OZONE IN-
TERFERENCE  IN  THE  CONTINUOUS
SALTZMAN    NITROGEN    DIOXIDE
PROCEDURE.
                          EMS75-00060
  CHEMILUMINESCENT     MEASURE-
MENT OF ATMOSPHERIC OZONE.
                        ESR70-00520+
  APPLICATION   OF   A  CHEMILU-
MINESCENCE  DETECTOR  FOR  THE
MEASUREMENT OF TOTAL  OXIDES OF
NITROGEN AND AMMONIA  IN THE AT-
MOSPHERE.
                        ESR71-00578 +
  STOICHIOMETRY IN  THE NEUTRAL
IODOMETRIC  PROCEDURE FOR  OZONE
BY  GAS-PHASE   TITRATION   WITH
NITRIC OXIDE.
                        ESR71-00597+
  COMPARISON     OF    CHEMILU-
MINESCENCE  METHODS   FOR  MEA-
SUREMENT OF ATMOSPHERIC OZONE.
                        ESR71-00600+
  MEASUREMENTS FOR ATMOSPHERIC
OXIDES OF NITROGEN AND AMMONIA
BY CHEMILUMINESCENCE.
                        ESR72-00648 +
  RATIO  OF  SULFUR  DIOXIDE  OF
TOTAL   GASEOUS   SULFUR   COM-
POUNDS  AND OZONE  TO TOTAL OXI-
DANTS  IN  THE   LOS  ANGELES  AT-
MOSPHERE    -    AN    INSTRUMENT
EVALUATION STUDY.
                          ESR72-00650
  REVIEW OF ANALYTICAL METHODS
FOR  ATMOSPHERIC  OXIDANTS MEA-
SUREMENTS.
                         ESR72-00653 +
  A STABLE OZONE  SOURCE  APPLICA-
BLE  AS  A  SECONDARY  STANDARD
FOR  CALIBRATION OF ATMOSPHERIC
MONITORS.
                         ESR72-00656+
  AIR  POLLUTION  MONITORING  BY
ADVANCE             SPECTROSCOPIC
TECHNIQUES.
                         ESR73-00690+
  APPLICATIONS     OF     CHEMILU-
MINESCENT REACTIONS  TO THE MEA-
SUREMENT OF AIR POLLUTANTS.
                          ESR73-00692
  FLAME  CHEMILUMINESCENCE  DE-
TECTION OF NITROGEN COMPOUNDS.
                          ESR73-00700
  PHOTOFRAGMENT   DETECTION   OF
NO2.
                          ESR73-00708
  A REVIEW  OF EXPERIMENTAL MEA-
SUREMENT METHODS  BASED ON GAS-
PHASE CHEMILUMINESCENCE.
                          ESR73-007IO
  TENTATIVE   METHOD   FOR  THE
CALIBRATION OF NO, NO2  AND  O3
ANALYZERS  BY   GAS  PHASE   TITRA-
TION.
                          ESR73-00715
  APPLICATION     OF     CHEMILU-
MINESCENCE  TO  THE MEASUREMENT
OF GASEOUS POLLUTANTS.
                         ESR74-00750+
  INSTRUMENTATION  FOR  THE MEA-
SUREMENT OF NITROGEN DIOXIDE.
                          ESR74-00755

Hodgson, DW
  ANALYTICAL  METHODOLOGY FOR
THE  DETERMINATION  OF  KEPONE
RESIDUES  IN FISH,  SHELLFISH AND
HI-VOL AIR FILTERS.
                        HER78-01907+
Hodkinson, JR
  OPTICAL PROPERTIES  AND VISUAL
EFFECTS OF SMOKE STACK PLUME.
                           ESR72-00661

Hoffman, DA
  INFANT    MORTALITY    AROUND
THREE NUCLEAR POWER REACTORS.
                          HER71-01280

Hogan, BT
  THE ACTION  OF SOME DIAMINE  OP-
TICAL         ANTIPODES         ON
ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE  INHIBITION
AND  CONDUCTION  IN  DESHEATHED
BULLFROG SCIATIC NERVE.
                          HER58-01130

Hogan, MD
  TERATOGENIC   EVALUATION   OF
2,4,5-T.
                          HER70-01186
  CURRENT  STATUS  OF  EXTRAPOLA-
TION RESEARCH.
                         HER77-01843 +

Hogo, H
  EFFECTS OF  SOLAR  ENERGY  DIS-
TRIBUTION    ON   PHOTOCHEMICAL
SMOG FORMATION.
                           ESR78-01098

Holboke, LE
  ATOMIC ABSORPTION  AND OPTICAL
EMISSION  ANALYSIS  OF  NASN   AT-
MOSPHERIC  PARTICULATE  SAMPLES
FOR LEAD.
                          EMS76-00085
  ANALYSIS  OF ATMOSPHERIC PAR-
TICULATES FOR TRACE ELEMENTS BY
OPTICAL EMISSION SPECTROMETRY.
                          EMS76-00086

Holbrook, DJ Jr
  EFFECT  OF  PLATINUM  AND PAL-
LADIUM  SALTS  ON  THYMIDINE  IN-
CORPORATION  INTO DNA OF RAT TIS-
SUES.
                          HER75-01677
  STUDIES ON THE EVALUATION  OF
THE TOXICITY OF VARIOUS SALTS OF
LEAD, MANGANESE, PLATINUM, AND
PALLADIUM.
                         HER75-0168! +

Holland, DM
  THE  MAXIMUM   LIKELIHOOD   AP-
PROACH  TO  PROBABILISTIC  MODEL-
ING OF AIR QUALITY DATA.
                          EMS79-00129

Hollinden, GA
  STATUS OF APPLICATION OF LIME-
LIMESTONE WET SCRUBBING PROCESS
TO POWER PLANTS.
                         IER72-01996* +
  REMOVAL   OF   SULFUR  DIOXIDE
FROM STACK  GASES  BY  SCRUBBING
WITH    AMMONIACAL    SOLUTIONS:
PILOT SCALE STUDIES AT TVA.
                          IER73-02019 +

Holmes, JH
  SHORT-TERM      TOXICITY      OF
MEVINPHOS IN MAN.
                         HER74-01535 +

Holzman, RS
  DEPRESSION  OF  PHAGOCYTOSIS  BY
SULFAMETHAZINE.
                          HER68-01150
  IN    VIVO    INACTIVATION    OF
LYSOSYME OF  OZONE.
                         HER68-01151 +
  EFFECT OF AIR POLLUTION  ON AL-
TERATION  OF   SUSCEPTIBILITY  OF
PULMONARY INFECTION.
                          HER68-01153
  EFFECT OF NITROGEN  DIOXIDE  ON
PULMONARY CELL POPULATION.
                          HER69-01162

Holzworth, GC
  LOW-LEVEL   WARM   ADVECTION,
JUNE 8-9, 1953.
                         ESR53-00143 +
  CYCLOGENESIS  AND  FLOODS  AS-
SOCIATED  WITH  STAGNANT   COLD
LOW, MARCH 25-30, 1953.
                           ESR53-00144
  THE  ANTICYCLONE  AND  RECORD
LOW-TEMPERATURES   IN   CENTRAL
AND  SOUTHEASTERN U.S., APRIL 19-22,
1953.
                           ESR53-00145
  SOME   EFFECTS  OF   WIDESPREAD
PRECIPITATION  ON  THE  PRODUCTION
OF FRONTS AND ON  CHANGES   IN
FRONTAL SLOPES AND MOTIONS.
                           ESR53-00146
  SOME  FLUCTUATIONS  IN THE JET
STREAM   AND   TROPOPAUSE    AS-
SOCIATED WITH CYCLONIC DEVELOP-
MENT AND  MOVEMENT.
                           ESR54-00147
  HURRICANE EDNA, 1954.
                           ESR54-00148
  METEOROLOGICAL  SUMMARIES  OF
IMPORTANCE  TO  AIR POLLUTION  IN
WESTERN SAN DIEGO COUNTY.
                         ESR57-00152+
  IS SMOG DEVELOPING IN THE CEN-
TRAL VALLEY?
                           ESR58-00156
  ATMOSPHERIC   CONTAMINANTS  AT
REMOTE CALIFORNIA COASTAL SITES.