William W Nazaroff
William W Nazaroff
Professor Emeritus, Environmental Engineering, University of California, Berkeley
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How can airborne transmission of COVID-19 indoors be minimised?
L Morawska, JW Tang, W Bahnfleth, PM Bluyssen, A Boerstra, ...
Environment international 142, 105832, 2020
Toward understanding the risk of secondary airborne infection: emission of respirable pathogens
M Nicas, WW Nazaroff, A Hubbard
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene 2 (3), 143-154, 2005
Cleaning products and air fresheners: exposure to primary and secondary air pollutants
WW Nazaroff, CJ Weschler
Atmospheric environment 38 (18), 2841-2865, 2004
Semivolatile organic compounds in indoor environments
CJ Weschler, WW Nazaroff
Atmospheric environment 42 (40), 9018-9040, 2008
Radon and its decay products in indoor air
WW Nazaroff, AV Nero
John Wiley and Sons Inc., New York, NY, 1988
Ventilation rates and health: multidisciplinary review of the scientific literature
J Sundell, H Levin, WW Nazaroff, WS Cain, WJ Fisk, DT Grimsrud, ...
Indoor Air 21 (3), 191-204, 2011
Radon transport from soil to air
WW Nazaroff
Reviews of geophysics 30 (2), 137-160, 1992
Modeling indoor particle deposition from turbulent flow onto smooth surfaces
ACK Lai, WW Nazaroff
Journal of Aerosol Science 31 (4), 463-476, 2000
Transmission of SARS‐CoV‐2 by inhalation of respiratory aerosol in the Skagit Valley Chorale superspreading event
SL Miller, WW Nazaroff, JL Jimenez, A Boerstra, G Buonanno, SJ Dancer, ...
Indoor air 31 (2), 314-323, 2021
Indoor particle dynamics
WW Nazaroff
Indoor Air 14 (s7), 175-183, 2004
Human occupancy as a source of indoor airborne bacteria
D Hospodsky, J Qian, WW Nazaroff, N Yamamoto, K Bibby, ...
PloS one 7 (4), e34867, 2012
Indoor particulate matter of outdoor origin: importance of size-dependent removal mechanisms
WJ Riley, TE McKone, ACK Lai, WW Nazaroff
Environmental Science & Technology 36 (2), 200-207, 2002
Effects of room furnishings and air speed on particle deposition rates indoors
TL Thatcher, ACK Lai, R Moreno-Jackson, RG Sextro, WW Nazaroff
Atmospheric environment 36 (11), 1811-1819, 2002
Defining intake fraction
DH Bennett, TE McKone, JS Evans, WW Nazaroff, MD Margni, O Jolliet, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 36 (9), 206A-211A, 2002
Size‐resolved emission rates of airborne bacteria and fungi in an occupied classroom
J Qian, D Hospodsky, N Yamamoto, WW Nazaroff, J Peccia
Indoor Air 22 (4), 339-351, 2012
SVOC exposure indoors: fresh look at dermal pathways
CJ Weschler, WW Nazaroff
Indoor Air 22 (5), 356-377, 2012
Indoor secondary pollutants from cleaning product and air freshener use in the presence of ozone
BC Singer, BK Coleman, H Destaillats, AT Hodgson, MM Lunden, ...
Atmospheric Environment 40 (35), 6696-6710, 2006
SVOC partitioning between the gas phase and settled dust indoors
CJ Weschler, WW Nazaroff
Atmospheric Environment 44 (30), 3609-3620, 2010
Cleaning products and air fresheners: emissions and resulting concentrations of glycol ethers and terpenoids
BC Singer, H Destaillats, AT Hodgson, WW Nazaroff
Indoor Air 16 (3), 179-191, 2006
Modeling pollutant penetration across building envelopes
DL Liu, WW Nazaroff
Atmospheric Environment 35 (26), 4451-4462, 2001
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