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Indoor environmental quality
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    By T Godish. (Pp 461; £59.99) 2001. Boca Raton, FL, USA: Lewis, CRC Press. ISBN: 1 56670 402 2

    Professional and public concern about the quality of the indoor environment has grown significantly in the past decade or so, and there are now several books available to the interested reader. This volume by Godish is an important contribution and is very much focused on practical aspects.

    Books on indoor environmental quality tend to compartmentalise the salient issues into risk assessment aspects, such as pollutants and their sources, human exposure, and health effects, and building aspects such as ventilation and air conditioning. In part this reflects the likely audience: health professionals or architects, engineers or building managers. The value of Godish's book is that it takes a …

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