Glen R. Cass, James R. Druzik, Daniel Grosjean, William W. Nazaroff, Paul M. Whitmore, and
Cynthia L. Wittman
1989
97 pages
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The following report on ozone is a summary of the full 284-page report of the Environmental Quality Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena (Cass et al. 1988), on this three-year project.

The executive-summary format has been used to provide museum professionals, collectors, architects, and administrators with essential information that can be absorbed without specialized scientific training. The chapter on mathematical modeling of indoor pollutant concentration, briefly described in Chapter 4 of this report, has been appended unabridged from the original report since it constitutes one of the major findings and is a valuable tool for the planning of ventilation systems for buildings.

How to Cite this Work
Cass, Glen Rowan, James R. Druzik, Daniel Grosjean, William W. Nazaroff, Paul M. Whitmore, and Cynthia L. Wittman. 1989. Protection of Works of Art from Atmospheric Ozone. Research in Conservation 5. Marina del Rey, CA: Getty Conservation Institute. http://hdl.handle.net/10020/gci_pubs/protection_atmospheric_ozone