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    The preceding chapters of this book have provided infomation on the ecological characteristics of the San Bernardino Mountains, as well as the effects of ozone and other air pollutants on vegetation and soil in the San Bernardinos, and additional interactions with air pollution and forest health. This chapter focuses on the human aspects of air quality in the San Bernardino Mountains because of the desired connection between available scientific information, wider understanding and acceptance of that information, and movement toward policy and behavioral changes necessary to act on scientific knowledge.

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    Winter, P.L. 1999. Human aspects of air quality in the San Bernardino Mountains. Chapter 17 in: Miller, Paul R., McBride, Joseph R. (Eds.). Oxidant air pollution in the montane forests of southern California: A case study of the San Bernardino Mountains. Ecological Studies Series, Vol. 134, Springer Verlag: New York, pp. 373-393.


    recreation, air quality, San Bernardino Mountains

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