AIRLINE CABIN AIR NOT HEALTH BUT VENTILATION ISSUE

1989-10-05

Marginalia; Report prepared for various presses claiming that airline cabin air is not a health but a ventilation issue. Maintains that high concentrations of carbon dioxide due to poor ventilation systems are to blame for negative health effects of cabin air. States that there was no health justification for banning on-board smoking. Emphasizes that nicotine concentrations found were well below t... read more

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Community Health Program records
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Holcomb, Larry
PM
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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/30018
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