List of References related to Bangladesh Air Quality

 

  1. Ali, M (1998) Number of motorized vehicles doubles in eight years till '96, The Daily Star issue, April 11, 1998, An English Daily of Bangladesh.
  2. Azad, A. K. and Kitada, T. (1996) Study on the Concentration Distributions of SO2 and NO2 in the City of Dhaka, Bangladesh in Winter 1995-1996" Proceedings of the 4th JSCE Symposium on Global Environment, Tokyo, July 4 - 5, 1996, pp. 99-104.
  3. Azad, A. K., and Kitada, T. (1998) Environmental pollution and its control in Dhaka, Bangladesh: Implications of urbanization. Journal of Global Environmental Engineering, Vol.4, 127-150.
  4. Azad, A. K., and Kitada, T.(1998) Characteristics of air pollution in Dhaka, Bangladesh under severe pollution condition in winter. Atmospheric Environment, Vol.32, pp.1991-2005.
  5. Bashar, S.H.M.A. and Reazuddin, M. (1991) Toward Sustainable Development: Issues of environmental Pollution in Bangladesh, Dhaka: MOEF.
  6. BBS (1995) Statistical Yearbook of Bangladesh, Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics, Government of Bangladesh.
  7. DITS (1993a) Private Sector Bus and Minibus Performance Review, Working Paper No. 22, Planning Commission and Department of Economic and Social Development, Government of Bangladesh, and United Nations Development Program.
  8. DITS (1993b) Vehicle Operating Cost Model, Working Paper No. 17, Planning Commission and Department of Economic and Social Development, Government of Bangladesh, and United Nations Development Program.
  9. DITS (1993c) Traffic Count Surveys, Working Paper No. 31, Planning Commission and Department of Economic and Social Development, Government of Bangladesh, and United Nations Development Program.
  10. DITS (1994a) Air and Noise Pollution, Working Paper No. 8, Planning Commission and Department of Economic and Social Development, Government of Bangladesh, and United Nations Development Program.
  11. DITS (1994b) Greater Dhaka Metropolitan Area Integrated Transport Study, Final Report: Volume 1, Planning Commission and Department of Economic and Social Development, Government of Bangladesh, and United Nations Development Program.
  12. DOE (1990) Bangladesher Poribesh o Poribesh Odhidaptar (Environment of Bangladesh and Department of Environment), Department of Environment, Government of Bangladesh (in Bengali).
  13. DOE (1991) Environmental Quality Standards (EQS) for Bangladesh, Department of Environment, Government of Bangladesh.
  14. DOE (1995) National Environment Management Action Plan (NEMAP), Vol. 1 - 5, Department of Environment, Government of Bangladesh.
  15. DOE (1997) Global Climate Change, Bangladesh Episode, Department of Environment, Government of Bangladesh.
  16. DUTP (Dhaka Urban Transport Project, Phase I) (1996) Working Paper on Intersection Improvements, Bangladesh Road Transport Authority, Government of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  17. Faiz, A. Sinha, K., Walsh, M. and Varma, A. (1990) Automotive Air Pollution, Working Paper, PRE, Washington D.C.: World Bank.
  18. Faiz, A. (1993) Automobiles Emissions in Developing Countries - Relative Implications for Global Warming, Acidification and Urban Air Quality," Transportation Research, 27A(3): 167.
  19. Hickman, A. J., Barlow, T. J., Joumard R., and Hassel, D. (1992) Relative Effectiveness of Improved Vehicle Technology and Traffic Management to Reduce Exhaust Emissions and Consumption, Environment Resource Center, Transport Research Laboratory, Crowthorne, Birkshire.
  20. Hussam, A., Alauddin, M., and Khan, AH. (1998) Air Pollution in Dhaka City: Measurement of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Paper presented at a seminar in Atomic Energy Commission, Dhaka, Bangladesh. A press report on the presentation was published by the daily "The Independent", August 27, 1998.
  21. Islam, A.K.M.R. and Islam, M.A. (1990) Ambient Air Quality in Dhaka, Department of Environment, Government of Bangladesh.
  22. Kankyucho (1994) Jitsusoko modo ni okeru Jidosha Haishutsu Gasu no Gentani ni Tsuite (Emission Factors from Different Modes of Japanese Vehicles), Taikiosenkyoku Jidosha Kogaika, January 1994 (in Japanese).
  23. Karim, M. M. (1999); Traffic Pollution Inventories and modeling in Metropolitan Dhaka, Bangladesh, Transportation Research, Part D: Transport and Environment.
  24. Karim, M. M. and Matsui, H. (1994) A Stochastic Model of Emission Expansion for an Urban Road, in Proceedings of 5th International Conference on Vehicle Navigation & Information Systems, IEEE #94CH35703, pp.363 - 368.
  25. Karim, M. M., Matsui, H. and Guensler, R. (1996) Achievements of a Dispersion Model for Predicting Micro-Environmental Pollution from Traffic Emissions, in the Proceedings of 89th Annual Meeting of A&WMA, Nashville, Tennessee, June 23 - 28. 1996.
  26. Karim, M. M., Matsui, H., Ohno, T and Hoque, M. S. (1997); Current State of Traffic Pollution in Bangladesh and Metropolitan Dhaka, in the Proceedings of the 90th Annual Meeting of A&WMA, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, June 7-13, 1997.
  27. Karim, M. M. (1997) Traffic Pollution in Bangladesh & Metropolitan Dhaka a Preliminary Investigation, Article published in AMITECH's news page, 9 October 1997.
  28. Karim, M. M., Matsui, H., and Guensler, R. (1998) A Mathematical Model of Wind Flow, Vehicle Wake, and Pollutant Concentration in Urban Road Microenvironments, Part I- Model Description, Transportation Research, Part D: Transport and Environment, 3(2), pp.81-92, Elsevier Science Ltd.
  29. Karim, M. M., Matsui, H., and Guensler, R. (1998) A Mathematical Model of Wind Flow, Vehicle Wake, and Pollutant Concentration in Urban Road Microenvironments, Part II- Model Results, Transportation Research, Part D: Transport and Environment, 3(3), pp.171-191, Elsevier Science Ltd.
  30. Karim, M. M., Komori, Y., Esaki, T. and Ahammed, S. (1998) Mass Transit and Appropriate Measures in Dhaka Metropolitan, in the Proceedings of 91st Annual Meeting of A&WMA, San Diego, California, June 14 - 18. 1998.
  31. Karim, M. M. (1998); Engineering, Regulatory, and Financial Options for Mass Transit in Metropolitan Dhaka, Report Prepared for the Ministry of Communication, Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh, November 1998, pp. 66.
  32. Karim, M. M., Mannan, M. S., and Alam, J. B. (1998); The Feasibility Study of Light Rail Transit in Dhaka Metropolitan, Report Prepared for the Ministry of Communication, Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh, July 1998, pp. 21.
  33. Khaliquzzaman, M., Biswas, S. K., Tarafdar, S. A., Islam, A., and Khan, A.H. (1997) Trace Element Composition of Size Fractionated Airborne Particulate Matter in Urban and Rural Areas in Bangladesh, Report AECD/AFD-CH/6-4
  34. Kitada, T., and Azad, A. K. (1998) Study on the air pollution control system for Dhaka, Bangladesh. Environmental Technology, Vol.19, pp.443-459.
  35. Kitada, T., and Azad, A. K.(1997) Study on the sulfur dioxide pollution in the capital city of a developing country in winter. Journal of Global Environmental Engineering, Vol.3, pp.121-143.
  36. Kitagawa, T. (1960) The Rapid Measurement of Toxic Gases and Vapors, in the Proceedings of 13th International Congress on Occupational Health, New York, USA, pp. July 25-29, 1960.
  37. Kyriakis, N. A. (1993) Actual Traffic Emissions in Thessaloniki on One Hour and One Year Basis, Thessaloniki f91 Field Measurement Campaign, edited by N. Moussiopoulos and G. Kaiser.
  38. Liu, J. J., Chan, C. C. and Jeng, F. T. (1994) Predicting Personal Exposure Levels to Carbon Monoxide (CO) in Taipei, based on actual CO Measurements in Micro environments and A Monte Carlo Simulation Method, Atmospheric Environment, Vol.28, pp. 2361-2368, Elsevier Science Ltd., Great Britain.
  39. Maenhaut, W., Raemdonck, H. and Andreae, MO (1987) PIXE Analysis of Marine Aerosol samples: accuracy and artifacts, Nucl. Instrum. Meth, B22, 248-253.
  40. Maenhaut, W., Selen, A., Van Espen, P., Van Grieken, R. and Winchester, JW (1981) PIXE Analysis of Aerosol samples collected over the Atlantic Ocean from sailboat, Nucl. Instrum. Meth, 181, 399-405.
  41. Maenhaut, W., and Raemdonck, H. (1984) Accurate calibration of a Si(Li) detector for PIXE Analysis, Nucl. Instrum. Meth, 229, 123-136.
  42. Mannan, M. S. and Karim, M. M. (1998); Current State of Mobility of Urban Dwellers in Greater Dhaka, World Transport Policy and Practice (in review).
  43. Ministry of Construction (1991) Kankyo Eikyo Hyoka Hokokusho, Japanese Ministry of Construction, Chubu Jiho Kensetsu Kyoku, (in Japanese).
  44. OECD (1995) Motor Vehicle Pollution: Reduction Strategies beyond 2010, OECD, Paris, France.
  45. Ogawa & Company, USA, Inc., NO - NO2 Simultaneous Sampling Protocol, Using Ogawa Sampler, 1230 S. E. 7th Avenue, Pompano Beach, Florida 33060, USA.
  46. Onurshal, B. and Gautam, P. S. (1997) Vehicular Air Pollution, Experiences from Seven Latin American Urban Centers, World Bank Technical Paper No. 373, The World Bank, Washington, DC.
  47. Ott, W., Switzer, P., and Willits, N. (1994) Carbon Monoxide Exposures Inside an Automobile Traveling on an Arterial Highway, in J. Air & Waste Management Association, 44, 1010-1018.
  48. Roy, P.K. and Hayakawa, S. (1997) Characteristics of Air Pollution Condition in Dhaka City - Effect of Automobiles and Factories on Environment, Journal of Agricultural Meteorology, 52 (5), 529-532.
  49. Shahriar, S.Y. and Hassan, M.M. (1993) Study of Air Quality around Dhaka City, Undergraduate Thesis, Department of Chemical Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  50. Sutton, O. G. (1932) A Theory of Eddy Diffusion in the Atmosphere, Proceedings of Royal Society of London, A 135, pp. 143-165.
  51. The Daily Star (1998) Steps sought to check emission of black smoke of vehicles, The Daily Star issue, April 12, 1998, An English Daily of Bangladesh.
  52. The Independent (1998); Lead content in blood of city people above normal, 28 April 1998 Issue, The Independent, an English Daily of Bangladesh.
  53. The Independent (1996) 36 percent vehicles emit black smoke, 19 September 1996 Issue, The Independent, An English Daily of Bangladesh.
  54. WHO/UNEP (1989) An Assessment of Urban Air Quality, GEMS Report, Geneva: WHO.