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Crowthorne, UK, TRRL Report 626, 1974, 11 pp. Measures the concentrations of lead in the atmosphere and surface soils on a section of the motorway used by approximately 70 000 petrol-engined vehicles per day. (2) Deposition of Lead, Copper and Cadmium over Islington. Islington LB Pollution and Research Section. London, Islington LB, Aug. 1975, 5 pp. First interim report of the Islington Heavy Metal Survey details procedures and results, concluding that heavy metal fall-out is occurring in varying degrees in the Borough, and that road traffic is the most likely source of lead, the most abundant element.

PB83– 259044, 1983, 38 pp. A simple box model is used to describe the dispersion of gaseous pollutants at a street canyon site in Cromwell Road, Central London. The model has been used to simulate the average diurnal variation of CO and NO concentrations and to estimate annual average concentrations of CO, NO, NO2, black smoke and lead. The difficulties of applying the dispersion model to other sites are discussed, particularly the problems which can arise from the use of non site-specific emissions data.

The author extends some previous analyses into more complex models for the kinetics of lead. A model is presented for LEAD POLLUTION FROM MOTOR VEHICLES 25 the diffusion of lead in bone, and the model is applied to lead retention in beagle dogs. (8) Multicompartment Kinetic Models for Lead: 2: Linear Kinetics and Variable Absorption in Humans without Excessive Lead Exposures. H. Environ. Res. 1985, 36 (2), pp. 459–472. A study into long-term lead retention in human blood, soft tissue, cortical and trabecular bone pools and facial hair is described and discussed.

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