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Source apportionment of industrial fugitive dusts: Case studies with the Environment Agency (2014)
Book Chapter
Fowler, M., Datson, H., Williams, B., & Bruce, J. (2014). Source apportionment of industrial fugitive dusts: Case studies with the Environment Agency. In R. D. Morrison, & G. O'Sullivan (Eds.), Environmental Forensics : Proceedings of the 2013 INEF Conference, 146-157. Royal Society of Chemistry. https://doi.org/10.1039/9781782628347-00146

Fugitive dust from industrial activities is a long-standing and intractable problem. Quarrying and mining, construction and demolition, landfill, waste transfer and reprocessing, bulk materials handling (especially at ports, docks and harbours), and... Read More about Source apportionment of industrial fugitive dusts: Case studies with the Environment Agency.

Source apportionment of industrial fugitive dusts: Developments in passive dust monitoring (2012)
Book Chapter
Datson, H., Fowler, M., & Williams, B. (2012). Source apportionment of industrial fugitive dusts: Developments in passive dust monitoring. In R. D. Morrison, & G. O'Sullivan (Eds.), Environmental Forensics : Proceedings of the 2011 INEF Conference, 319-331. Royal Society of Chemistry. https://doi.org/10.1039/9781849734967-00319

DustScan is a passive (i.e. unpowered) dust sampling method. It uses a transparent adhesive ‘sticky pad’ to sample dust in flux and in deposition for subsequent image-based quantification and, as appropriate, geochemical analysis. Samples are obtaine... Read More about Source apportionment of industrial fugitive dusts: Developments in passive dust monitoring.

Elemental chemistry of fugitive dusts from quarries and associated sites (2012)
Book Chapter
Fowler, M., Datson, H., & Williams, B. (2012). Elemental chemistry of fugitive dusts from quarries and associated sites. In E. Hunger, & G. Walton (Eds.), Proceedings of the 16th Extractive Industry Geology Conference, 146-159. Extractive Industry Geology Conferences Ltd

Fugitive dust from quarrying and related extractive industry activities is a long-standing and intractable problem. Attempts to control emissions are directed by legislation and informed by statutory guidance, within the overall context of national a... Read More about Elemental chemistry of fugitive dusts from quarries and associated sites.