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- Griffiths, K. David
- Atmospheric environment 2014 v.90 pp. 125-132
- atmospheric chemistry; dose response; models; odors; risk
- ... Many jurisdictions compare model predicted odour concentration statistics against regulatory exposure limits or criteria in order to assess the risk of proposed developments resulting in nuisance odour impacts. However dose–response studies designed to calibrate such criteria have returned widely divergent findings, particularly regarding the degree of influence that the frequency and intensity of ...
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- Chemosphere 2017 v.168 pp. 1531-1570
- air; best available technology; chemical speciation; environmental exposure; models; odor compounds; odor emissions; odors; planning; pollutants; risk; surveys
- ... Exposure to environmental odour can result in annoyance, health effects and depreciation of property values. Therefore, many jurisdictions classify odour as an atmospheric pollutant and regulate emissions and/or impacts from odour generating activities at a national, state or municipal level. In this work, a critical review of odour regulations in selected jurisdictions of 28 countries is presente ...