Indoor Air Quality
Sources of indoor air pollution include mold, pollen, dust, tiny animal particles, tobacco smoke, cleaning products, pesticides, gases (carbon monoxide, radon), and materials used in building construction (asbestos, formaldehyde and lead).
Keywords: air | air quality | air pollution | indoor air pollution | gas | gases | breathing | respiration | pollen | dust | smoke | allergies | asthma | mold | tobacco smoke | cleaning products | pesticides | carbon monoxide | radon | formaldehyde | asbestos | lead | oxygen | carbon monoxide
- Moreno, N., Tharp, B., and Dresden, J. (2011) The Science of Air Teacher’s Guide. Baylor College of Medicine: Houston. ISBN: 978-1-888997-74-3
- Photo by Giovanni Dall’Orto, released to Public Domain, Wikimedia Commons.
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Funded by the following grant(s)
My Health My World: National Dissemination
Grant Number: 5R25ES009259
The Environment as a Context for Opportunities in Schools
Grant Number: 5R25ES010698, R25ES06932
Foundations for the Future: Capitalizing on Technology to Promote Equity, Access and Quality in Elementary Science Education