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airshed

[′er‚shed]
(geography)
The geographical area associated with a given air supply.
(meteorology)
The air supply in a given region.
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5] exposure in the Chapel Hill airshed was associated with immediate endothelial dysfunction in diabetic patients (Schneider et al.
This will also include the oath-taking of the new set of officers for the Metro Iloilo Airshed (MIA) for Calendar Years 2015 to 2018 , he said.
251) In short, Congress codified the concept of the airshed as the geographical area for applying air quality standards, rather than simply using the convenient geographical area of a state.
A slight decline in concentrations of nitrogen dioxide, nitrogen oxide, formaldehyde occurred in airshed of Bishkek.
Concentration gradient patterns of aerosol particles near interstate highways in the greater Cincinnati airshed.
Development of a state implementation plan normally includes inventories of all emissions in the airshed, including not only permitted major industrial sources and vehicle emissions, but also more dispersed "area sources" that do not emit enough pollutants individually to meet thresholds for permitting, but are instead inventoried and ultimately regulated collectively by source category.
We're mostly concerned that our airshed is being compromised, which means we're putting an extra burden on the lungs of our children out there in west Eugene," Arkin said.
Located in the extremely remote northeast corner of Nevada, the wilderness has a Class 1 Airshed rating which means it has one of the last remnants of pristine air in the United States--truly an example of how wilderness provides a baseline for our natural world before the intrusion of civilization.
Newcastle City Council (NCC) (1998) Air Quality Summary Paper: Newcastle Airshed Management Plan, Newcastle, NSW.
Sitting on an airshed coalition group as the representative of public health protection and the health authority.
The airshed is easier to defend as a channel of interstate
In an industrial society that pollutes its air, a reliable and accurate pollution source apportionment model would allow regulating agencies to know which sources are contributing to the airshed and in what amounts.