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Title: Airspora concentrations in the Vaal-triangle-monitoring and potential health-effects.2, fungal spores
Authors: Vismer, HF
Cadman, A
Terblanche, APS
Dames, JF
Keywords: Airspora concentrations
Vaal triangle
Fungal spores
Health-effects
Issue Date: Aug-1995
Publisher: Bureau Scientific Publications
Citation: Vismer, HF, et al. 1995. Airspora concentrations in the Vaal-triangle-monitoring and potential health-effects.2, fungal spores. South African Journal of Science, vol. 91(8), pp 408-411
Abstract: Atmospheric fungal spores were monitored in Vanderbijlpark for the period 1991-92 as part of the Vaal triangle air pollution health study of the medical research council and the CSIR. Cladosporium, Aspergillus/ Penicillium, Alternaria and Epicoccum were among the most prevalent fungi, and have potential consequences for health of the population in the area. Higher spore counts were recorded in 1991 than in 1992. Rainfall may have accounted for this variability.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1912
http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1912
ISSN: 0038-4936
Appears in Collections:Pollution and waste
Water resources and human health
General science, engineering & technology

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