Review of air pollution and its health impact in Indonesia.
International symposium on neurobehavioral methods and effects in occupational and environmental health. Tokyo (JPN), 1991/07/08.
Air quality monitoring is part of the initial strategy in the pollution prevention program in Indonesia.
Since 1978, the government of Indonesia has had a commitment to the World Health Organization (WHO) to provide air quality data for the Global Environmental Monitoring System (GEMS Programme).
The WHO/UNEP Project, in which certain cities from all over the world have been selected.
Air quality as part of the WHO/UNEP project is monitored with respect to pollutants like SPM, SO2 and NOx.
The result of the monitoring indicates that SPM and NOx are the predominant pollutants.
Other pollutants such as Ox, H2S, NH3, and CO are also monitored in several big cities in Indonesia.
Mots-clés Pascal : Pollution air, Indonésie, Asie, Toxicité, Homme, Qualité air, Analyse chimique, Mesure, Polluant, Article synthèse, Pays en développement
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Air pollution, Indonesia, Asia, Toxicity, Human, Air quality, Chemical analysis, Measurement, Pollutant, Review, Developing countries
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