This baseline Ozone Reduction Survey, conducted in May of 1997, is the first of a series of ozone surveys to be conducted by Georgia State University's Applied Research Center in conjunction with GSU's School of Policy Studies. The surveys are being conducted as a part of the Voluntary Ozone Action Program (VOAP).
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Title: Ozone Reduction Survey Results: The Spring 97 Report Part 1
Publication date 1997-07-02
Publication Year 1997
Gary T. Henry
, Mark D. Rivera
, Charlotte Steeh
Applied Research Center of the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies
North America / United States (Southern) / Georgia
, behavioral changes
, ozone levels
, knowledge attitudes
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