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December 11, 1962

FIRST PANEL SESSION

Subject: PROBLEM AREAS THE PUBLIC ASKS ABOUT

PANEL A-THE AUTOMOBILE, THE TRUCK, AND THE BUS

AIR POLLUTANTS FROM MOTOR VEHICLES, Wolfgang E. Meyer, Professor of Mechanical

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Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pa.

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RELATION OF VEHICULAR AIR POLLUTANTS TO POLLUTANTS FROM OTHER

SOURCES, Leslie A. Chambers, Director, Allan Hancock Foundation, University of Southern California,

Los Angeles, Calif. .

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EFFECTS OF MOTOR VEHICLE POLLUTANTS, Norton Nelson, Director, Institute of Industrial

Medicine, New York University Medical Center, New York, N.Y.

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CONTROL OF MOTOR VEHICLE EMISSIONS, James M. Chandler, Vehicle Combustion Prod-

ucts Committee, Automobile Manufacturers Association, Detroit, Mich.

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PUBLIC POLICY IN MOTOR VEHICLE POLLUTION CONTROL, Paul F. Schenck, U.S.

Congressman, Dayton, Ohio .

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PREPARED DISCUSSION: THE RATIONALE OF MOTOR VEHICLE POLLUTION

CONTROL, John A. Maga, Chief, Bureau of Air Sanitation, California State Department of Public

Health, Berkeley, Calif.

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PREPARED DISCUSSION: PROBLEMS OF MOTOR VEHICLE CONTROL—THE STATE

VEHICLE ADMINISTRATION, Tom Bright, Director, California Department of Motor Vehicles,

Sacramento, Calif.

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PREPARED DISCUSSION: PROBLEMS OF MOTOR VEHICLE CONTROL—THE MO-

TORING PUBLIC, Burton W. Marsh, Director, Traffic Engineering and Safety Department, American

Automobile Association, Washington, D.C.

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DISCUSSION.

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CONCLUDING REMARKS, John D. Caplan, Chairman, Vehicle Combustion Products Committee,

Automobile Manufacturers Association, Detroit, Mich. .

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PANEL BTHE INDUSTRIAL PLANT, THE POWERPLANT, AND THE MUNICIPALITY

AIR POLLUTION FROM INDUSTRIAL OPERATIONS AND ITS CONTROL, W. Lawrence

Faith, Consulting Chemical Engineer, San Marino, Calif.

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PREPARED DISCUSSION, Charles A. Bishop, Director, Chemical Engineering Development, U.S. Steel

Corp., Pittsburgh, Pa.

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AIR POLLUTION FROM POWERPLANTS AND ITS CONTROL, Theodore T. Frankenberg,

Consulting Mechanical Engineer, American Electric Power Service Corp. New York, N.Y.

PREPARED DISCUSSION, Harry Perry, Assistant Chief, Division of Bituminous Coal, Bureau of

Mines, U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C. .

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AIR POLLUTION FROM THE MUNICIPALITY AND THE HOME AND ITS CONTROL,

Arthur J. Benline, Commissioner, Department of Air Pollution Control, New York, N.Y. . .

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PREPARED DISCUSSION, Richard E. Hatchard, Chief, Air Quality Control, Oregon State Sanitary

Authority, Portland, Oreg.

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CRITIQUE, Victor H. Sussman, Director, Division of Air Pollution Control, Pennsylvania Department

of Health, Harrisburg, Pa.

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DISCUSSION.

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CONCLUDING REMARKS, Peter N. Gammelgard, Vice President, The Pure Oil Co., Palatine, Ill. . . 117

PANEL C-HEALTH CONSIDERATIONS

AIR POLLUTION, MORBIDITY, AND MORTALITY, John R. Goldsmith, Head, Air Pollution

Medical Studies, California State Department of Public Health, Berkeley, Calif.

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PREPARED DISCUSSION, James H. Sterner, Medical Director, Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N.r. 124

THE COMPLEXITY OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AIR POLLUTION AND

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RESPIRATORY HEALTH, William S. Spicer, Jr., Associate Professor of Medicine and Head,

Division for Pulmonary Diseases, School of Medicine, University of Maryland, Baltimore, Md.

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PREPARED DISCUSSION, F. Curtis Dohan, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 137

AIR POLLUTION AND LUNG CANCER, Paul Kotin and Hans L. Falk, Carcinogenesis Studies Branch,

National Cancer Institute, Public Health Service, Bethesda, Md.

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PREPARED DISCUSSION, Ernest L. Wynder, Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine, and Dietrich

Hoffmann, Assistant Professor of Biochemistry, Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research, New York, N.Y. 143

BIOMETEOROLOGY OF AIR POLLUTION, H. E. Landsberg, Director, Office of Climatology,

Weather Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C.

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CRITIQUE, J. B. Askew, Director, Department of Public Health, San Diego, Calif.

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DISCUSSION

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CONCLUDING REMARKS, Roger S. Mitchell, The Webb Institute for Medical Research, Denver, Colo. 162

PANEL D-AGRICULTURAL, NATURAL RESOURCE, AND ECONOMIC CONSIDER-

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AIR CONSERVATION AND THE PROTECTION OF OUR NATURAL RESOURCES,

John T. Middleton, Director, Air Pollution Research Center, University of California, Riverside, Calif. . 166

PREPARED DISCUSSION, Arie Jan Haagen-Smit, Division of Biology, California Institute of Tech-

nology, Pasadena, Calif.

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EFFECTS OF AIR POLLUTION ON CROPS AND LIVESTOCK, H. A. Rodenhiser, Deputy Admin-

istrator for Farm Research, Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 175

PREPARED DISCUSSION, Robert Daines, Professor and Research Specialist, Rutgers, The State Uni-

versity, New Brunswick, N.J. .

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ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS IN AIR POLLUTION CONTROL, Ralph G. Smith, Professor,

Department of Industrial Medicine and Hygiene, College of Medicine, Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich. 183

PREPARED DISCUSSION, J. C. Schwegmann, Coordinator, Air Control Activities, Metals Division,

Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corp., Chalmette, La..

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EFFECTS OF AIR POLLUTION ON URBAN PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT, Frances

W. Herring, Public Administration Analyst, Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California,

Berkeley, Calif.

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DISCUSSION . .

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CONCLUDING REMARKS, Irving Michelson, Director, Public Service Projects, Consumers Union

of U.S., Inc., Mount Vernon, N.Y.

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PREPARED DISCUSSION, Benjamin Linsky, Air Pollution Control Officer, Bay Area Air Pollution

Control District, San Francisco, Calif.
PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT THROUGH APPLYING MEASUREMENTS AND MONITO-

RING KNOW-HOW, Raymond Smith, Chief, Air Pollution Control Section, Department of Public

Health, Philadelphia, Pa
PREPARED DISCUSSION, Charles S. Maneri, Chief, Air Pollution Control Services, New York State

Department of Health, Albany, N.Y.
DISCUSSION
SUPPLEMENTARY STATEMENT, Genaro G. Costantino, Chief, Division of Air Pollution and

Mechanical Equipment and Installations, City of Providence, R.I ..
CONCLUDING REMARKS, Moyer D. Thomas, Physical Chemist, Agricultural Air Research Program,

University of California, Riverside, Calif.
PANEL F-APPLYING OUR CONTROL EQUIPMENT AND METEOROLOGICAL

CONTROL KNOW-HOW
INTRODUCTORY REMARKS, Melvin W. First, Consulting and Research Engineer, Newton Highlands,

Mass
THE STATUS OF METEOROLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE AS A FACTOR IN AIR POLLU-

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TION CONTROL, Maynard E. Smith, Leader, Meteorology Group, Brookhaven National Lab-

oratory, Atomic Energy Commission, Upton, Long Island, N.Y.
PREPARED DISCUSSION, Donald H. Pack, Chief, Environmental Meteorological Research Project,

Weather Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C
THE STATUS OF ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE FOR THE CONTROL OF AIR POLLU-

TION, Robert Chass, Director of Engineering, Air Pollution Control District, County of Los Angeles,

Calif
PREPARED DISCUSSION, Alexander Rihm, fr., Executive Secretary, Air Pollution Control Board,

New York State Department of Health, Albany, N.Y
HOW CAN WE BETTER COORDINATE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE EFFORTS TO ACHIEVE

A BROADER AND MORE EFFECTIVE APPLICATION OF CONTROL TECHNIQUES?

Allen D. Brandt, Manager of Industrial Health Engineering, Bethlehem Steel Co., Bethlehem, Pa
PREPARED DISCUSSION, Francis E. Gartrell, Assistant Director of Health, Division of Health and

Safety, Tennessee Valley Authority, Chattanooga, Tenn
HOW CAN WE EXPEDITE THE APPLICATION OF CONTROL TECHNIQUES? Abel

Wolman, Consulting Engineer, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md
DISCUSSION
SUPPLEMENTARY STATEMENT, The Bay Area Air Pollution Control District, San Francisco,

Calif
CONCLUDING REMARKS, William R. Chalker, Consultant, Environmental Engineering, E. I. du Pont

de Nemours & Co., Wilmington, Del
PANEL G-APPLYING OUR LEGISLATIVE AND REGULATORY KNOW-HOW
INTRODUCTORY REMARKS, Erwin E. Schulze, Attorney-at-Law, Partner, Stevenson, Conaghan,

Hackbert, Rooks & Pitts, Chicago, Il
THE MECHANICS OF LEGISLATIVE AND REGULATORY ACTION, Harold W. Kennedy,

County Counsel, Los Angeles, Calif
PREPARED DISCUSSION, Frank L. Seamans, Attorney-at-Law, Eckert, Seamans & Cherin, Pitts-

burgh, Pa
THE ROLE TO BE PLAYED BY LOCAL AND STATE GOVERNMENT, P. Walton Purdom,

Director, Division of Environmental Health, Department of Public Health, Philadelphia, Pa . PREPARED DISCUSSION, Charles W. Gruber, Air Pollution Control and Heating Engineer, Cincin

nati, Ohio PREPARED DISCUSSION, Harry C. Ballman, Manager, Air Pollution Control Division, National Coal

Association, Washington, D.C..

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