aerometer

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aerometer

(ar-om′ĕ-tĕr) [ aero- + -meter]
A device for measuring gas density.
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Aerometric probe offers advantages similar to endoscopes as it allows for the determination of rock fissure rate in consecutive sections of boreholes on the basis of pressure changes of air pumped into the boreholes (Kabiesz and Patynska, 2009).
308 www.ascillc.com Anchorage, AK 99503 Phone: 907-345-2724 Fax: 907-345-8621 AeroMetric Inc.
1631) investigated the association between ambient air pollution exposure and emergency department (ED) visits for OM using 10 years of ED data from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and measures of carbon monoxide (CO), nitrogen dioxide ([NO.sub.2]), ozone ([O.sub.3]), sulfur dioxide, and particulate matter (PM; median aerometric diameter [less than or equal to] 10 and 2.5 [micro]m).
MATERIALS AND METHODS: Ten years of ED data were obtained from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and linked to levels of air pollution: carbon monoxide (CO), nitrogen dioxide ([NO.sub.2] ), ozone ([O.sub.3] ), sulfur dioxide, and particulate matter (PM) of median aerometric diameter [less than or equal to] 10 and 2.5 [micro]m ([PM.sub.10] and [PM.sub.2.5] respectively).
These values were averaged over 30-min clock time intervals to correspond with the resolution of the aerometric measures, which were collected over 30-min intervals.
Those include Northern Land Use Research and Chumis Cultural Resource Services, for cultural resource investigations; PND, for hydrology investigations; Weston Solutions, Inc., for contaminated site investigations; ABR, Inc., for land investigations to include wetlands and ecological land survey work; AeroMetric, Inc., for aerial photography and mapping and Air Logistics, for helicopter flight service required by a variety of field workers.
Environmental Protection Agency's Aerometric Retrieval System (Nehls and Akland 1973) to estimate the daily mean concentrations of ozone (8-hr) in 26 cities using an algorithm that averaged levels reported by multiple monitoring locations (Schwartz 2000).
Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards: Aerometric Information Retrieval System (AIRS).
EPA Aerometric Information Retrieval System (National Weather Service 2004; U.S.