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Wood, R. A., P. A. Eggleston, P. Lind, L. Ingemann, B. Schwartz, S. Graveson, D. Terry, B. Wheeler, and N. F. Adkinson, Jr. 1988. Antigenic analysis of household dust samples. American Review of Respiratory Disease 137:358-363.
Wood, R. A., M. D. Chapman, N. F. Adkinson, Jr., and P. A. Eggleston. 1989. The effect of cat removal on allergen content in household dust samples. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 83:730-734.
Wood, R. A., K. E. Mudd, and P. A. Eggleston. 1992. The distribution of cat and dust mite allergens on wall surfaces. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 89:126-130.
Woods, J. E. 1982. Do buildings make you sick? In: Proceedings of the Third Canadian Building Congress: Achievements and Challenges in Building Sciences and Technologies. Victoria, B.C., 18-20 October.
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Woods, J. E. 1988. Recent developments for heating, cooling, and ventilating buildings: Trends for assuring healthy buildings. In: Proceedings of Healthy Buildings 1988, vol. 1, B. Berglund and T. Lindvall, eds. Stockholm, Sweden: Swedish Council for Building Research, pp. 99-107.
Woods, J. E. 1989a. Cost avoidance in owning and operating buildings. Occupational Medicine State of the Art Reviews 4:753-770.
Woods, J. E. 1989b. HVAC systems as sources or vectors of microbiological contaminants. Presented at CPSC/ALA Workshop on Biological Pollutants in the Home, July 10-11, Alexandria, Va.
Woods, J. E. 1990. Continuous accountability: A means to assure acceptable indoor environmental quality. In: Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate, vol. 5, D. Walkinshaw, ed. Ottawa, Canada: International Conference on Indoor Air Quality, Inc., pp. 85-94.
Woods, J. E. 1991. An engineering approach to controlling indoor air quality . Environmental Health Perspectives 95:14-21.
Woods, J. E., and B. C. Krafthefer. 1986. Filtration as a method for air quality control for occupied spaces. In: Fluid, Filtration: Gas, vol. 1, ASTM STP 975, R. R. Raber, ed. Philadelphia, Pa.: American Society for Testing and Materials.
Woods, J. E., and D. R. Rask. 1988. Heating, ventilation, air-conditioning systems: The engineering approach to methods of control. In: Architectural Design and Indoor Microbial Pollution, R. B. Kundsin, ed. New York, N.Y.: Oxford University Press, pp. 174-197.
Woods, J. E., J. E. Janssen, and B. C. Krafthefer. 1986. Rationalization equivalence between the "ventilation rate" and "air quality". Procedures in ASHRAE Standard 62, Indoor Air Quality 1986. Atlanta, Ga.: American Society for Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, pp. 181-191.
Woods, J. E., G. M. Drewry, and P. R. Morey. 1987. Office worker perceptions of indoor air quality effects on discomfort and performance. In: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate, vol. 2, B. Siefert, H. Esdorn, M. Fischer, H. Ruden, and J. Wegner, eds. West Berlin, Germany: Institute for Water, Soil, and Hygiene, pp. 464-468.
Woods, J. E., P. R. Morey, and D. R. Rask. 1989. Indoor air quality diagnostics: Qualitative and quantitative procedures to improve environmental conditions. In: Design and Protocol for Monitoring Indoor Air Quality, ASTM STP 1002, N. L. Nagda and J. P. Harper, eds. Philadelphia, Pa.: American Society for Testing and Materials. Philadelphia, Pa., pp. 80-98.