This is an illustrated guide to trapping, identifying and quantifying airborne biological particles such as fungus, plant spores and pollen. Including a comprehensive review of what is in the air and detailing the historical development of theories leading to modern aerobiology, the book explains the fundamental processes behind airborne dispersal and techniques used to sample, identify and quantify biological particles. Includes photographs and 9 colour reproductions of paintings of airborne particles.A manual for catching and identifying airborne biological particles Maureen E. Lacey, Jonathan S. West. 5.5. Light weight travel trap A portable version of the whirling-arm trap can be made by mounting the motor on a small cane by tape ... The device may only have sufficient power for use over short periods of time, and the speed of rotation and therefore efficiency ... Cyclone and Miniature Cyclone samplers In conventional wet-cyclones, a vortex is set up in a conical tube and particlesanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Air Spora|
|Author||:||Maureen E. Lacey, Jonathan S. West|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-02-03|