AmeriFlux, 259

4-Aminobiphenyl, 365

Aniline, 365

o-Anisidine, 365

Anthropogenic sources, contributing emissions resulting in the deposition of acidic compounds, 61

Antimony compounds, 367

Applicability issues with NSR and PSD, 181–185

complexity and inefficiency, 182–183

definition of significant, nonroutine modification, 185

grandfathering of facilities, 184

NOx emissions from coal-fired boilers, by vintage, 184

older, dirtier facilities remaining in operation, 183–184

AQIRP. See Auto/Oil Air Quality Improvement Research Program

AQM. See Air quality management

AQM system, recommendations for an enhanced, 283–313

AQMP. See Air quality management plan

ARCO. See Atlantic Richfield Company

Area-source regulations, 212–214

present status of, 214

ARS. See Agricultural Research Service (USDA)

Arsenic compounds (inorganic), 55, 367

Asbestos, 55, 365

Assessing ecosystem benefits from improved air quality, 252–261

Assessing health benefits from improved air quality, 241–252

assessments based on data from short-term air pollution events, 243

assessments using risk functions and exposure estimates, 243–249

monitoring actual human exposure, 249–252

Assessing the economic benefits of air quality improvements, 261–265

economic assessments, 263–265

pollution abatement cost and expenditures (PACE) survey, 265

Assessments based on tracking public health status and criteria pollutant risk over time, 244–246

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 245

National Children’s Study (NCS), 245

Pew Environmental Health Commission, 244–245

Assessments using risk functions and exposure estimates, 243–249

efforts to track the effects of HAP emission reductions, 246–248

other HAP assessments, 248–249

tracking progress in reducing HAPs-related health effects for the future, 249

Association of Local Air Pollution Control Officials (ALAPCU), 100, 286

Atlantic Richfield Company (ARCO), 157

Atmospheric composition monitoring networks, 220–228

enhanced PM2.5 monitoring networks, 227

gaseous pollutant monitoring program, 226

hazardous air pollutants, 227–228

interagency monitoring of protected visual environments, 226

locations of initial PM25 supersites, 228

major U.S. monitoring networks, 222–223

monitoring visibility, 226

national, state, and local air monitoring stations, 220–224

photochemical assessment monitoring stations (PAMS), 224–226

surface O3 monitoring sites and ozonesonde sites in North America, 224

Atmospheric Integrated Research Monitoring Network (AIRMoN), 232, 257

Attainment-demonstration SIPs, 92

air-quality modeling, 103–114

emission-control strategy development in an attainment demonstration SIP, 115–120

emission inventories, 97–103

main components of, 96

overemphasis on, 128–130

using the weight-of-evidence approach in the attainment demonstration, 114–115

Auto/Oil Air Quality Improvement Research Program (AQIRP), 158



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