LIST OF TABLES
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LIST OF FIGURES
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1
1.0
INTRODUCTION
3
1.1
History of  the International Joint Commission Involvement
  in Detroit-Windsor/Port Huron-Sarnia Regions
3
1.2
Current Joint Government Activities
4
1.3
The United States Ten City Study
4
1.4
Air Pollutants of  Interest: Sources, Impacts, and Standards
4
1.4.1
Measuring Air Pollution
4
1.4.2
Pollutants of  Interest
5
Criteria Pollutants
5
Ontario Air Quality Index
13
United States Air Quality Index
15
Hazardous Air Pollutants
15
2.0
REGIONAL REPORTS
21
2.1
Windsor
21
2.1.1
Common Air Pollutants
2.1.2
The Common Pollutant Trends between 1991-2000
22
2.1.3
Additional Ambient Monitoring Station Targeting the Air Quality Issues
  linked with Transportation
26
2.1.4
Data from Joint MOE/Environment Canada Air Toxics Monitoring Program
27
2.1.5
Hazardous Air Pollutants:  Selected Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
27
2.1.6
Hazardous Air Pollutants:  Semi-volatile Organic Compounds (SVOCs)
29
2.1.7
Windsor Air Quality Study -1994
29
2.2
Detroit
32
2.2.1
Criteria Air pollutants
33
2.2.2
Hazardous Air Pollutants
38
2.2.3
Detroit Air Toxics Pilot Project
38
2.2.4
Great Lakes Regional Air Toxic Emissions Inventory - 1998
  (Comparison of  Detroit-Windsor Selected Air Toxic Emissions)
38
2.3
Sarnia
41
2.3.1
Common Air Pollutants
41
2.3.2
Selected Hazardous Air Pollutants
46
2.3.3
Great Lakes Regional Air Toxic Emissions Inventory - 1998
49
2.4
Port Huron
51
2.4.1
Criteria (Common) Air Pollutants
51
2.5
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
54
2.5.1
Common Air Pollutants
54
2.5.2
Selected Hazardous Air Pollutants
58
2.5.3
Industries in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
59
2.5.4
Great Lakes Regional Air Toxics Emissions Inventory - Sault Ste. Marie
59
2.6
Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan
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