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Sublethal Effects of Smoke on Survival and Health

Published

Author(s)

Richard G. Gann, Jason D. Averill, Kathryn M. Butler, Walter W. Jones, George W. Mulholland, J L. Neviaser, Thomas J. Ohlemiller, Richard D. Peacock, Paul A. Reneke, J R. Hall
Proceedings Title
Human Behavior in Fire: Understanding Human Behavior for Better Fire Safety Design. International Symposium, 2nd. Proceedings
Conference Dates
March 26-28, 2001
Conference Location
Boston, MA

Keywords

human behavior, fire safety, smoke, survival, lethal concentrations, health hazards, toxicity, scenarios, toxic hazards

Citation

Gann, R. , Averill, J. , Butler, K. , Jones, W. , Mulholland, G. , Neviaser, J. , Ohlemiller, T. , Peacock, R. , Reneke, P. and Hall, J. (2001), Sublethal Effects of Smoke on Survival and Health, Human Behavior in Fire: Understanding Human Behavior for Better Fire Safety Design. International Symposium, 2nd. Proceedings, Boston, MA, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=911919 (Accessed April 13, 2024)
Created March 26, 2001, Updated February 19, 2017