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Health, Soiling and Visibility Benefits or Alternative Mobile Source Diesel Particulate Standards
This report develops estimates of the benefits of alternative national standards regulating the emissions of diesel particulates by light- and heavy-duty diesel vehicles. The report is organized into four volumes containing a total of eight sections as follows:
- Volume I
1. Benefits Analysis
1. Benefits Analysis - Quantification without Monetization
1. Benefits Analysis - Valuation - Stated Preference
1. Benefits Analysis - Valuation - Stated Preference - Contingent Valuation
1. Benefits Analysis - Valuation
1. Benefits Analysis - Valuation - Cost of Damages Avoided
1. Benefits Analysis - Valuation - Cost of Damages Avoided - Resource/Environmental HarmsEnvironmental Media:
a. Air - Mobile Source
a. Air - TroposphericAuthors:
Horst, Jr., Robert L.
Hobart, Jennifer M.
Manuel, Ernest H. Jr.
Labovich, Gary D.
Tapiero, Judith K.EPA Project Officer/ Manager:
Lareau, TomGeographic Area:Study Purpose: Empirical Application, Data Development
- Participating Organizations
Mathtech, Inc. Address: P.O. Box 2392
City: Princeton State: NJ ZIP: 08540
Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Policy Analysis, Economic Analysis Division, Benefits Branch Address:
City: State: ZIP:
- Report Details
FinalDate: 12/01/1983Number of Pages: 763Grant/Contract #: 68-01-6596
- How to Obtain Report
- Section 1: The Benefits Analysis
Section 2: Development of Ambient Diesel Particulate Matter Data Base
- Section 3: Health Effects Studies in the Medical Epidemiological Literature
Section 4: Health Effects Studies in the Economics Epidemiological Literature
Section 5: Cancer Health Effects
- Section 6: Aesthetic Benefits of Ambient Diesel Particulate Matter Reductions
Section 7: Economic Benefits of Reduced Soiling
- Section 8: National Benefit Estimates.