Glossary I

The Environmental Glossary. Letter I +++ 'I-V curve', 'Inorganic', 'Impairment'
An indicator is In EMAP, characteristics of the environment both abiotic and biotic, that can provide quantitative information on ecological resources.
Indicator Compounds are chemical compounds, such as carbon dioxide, whose presence at certain concentrations may be used to estimate certain building conditions (e.g., airflow, presence of sources).
An indicator development is the process through which an indicator is identified, tested, and implemented.
Indicators are Measurements that track over time the state of air, water, and land resources, pressures on those resources, and resulting effects on ecological condition and human health.
An INDOOR AIR POLLUTANT is Particles and dust, fibers, mists, bioaerosols, and gases or vapors.
An Induction of asthma is the process of lung sensitization and respiratory Inflammation resulting in increased difficulty with breathing; it can be caused by a variety of external stimuli (e.g., pollens, air pollutants, viruses, animal hair, mites, and roach feces).
- Industrial Air Pollution : An Industrial Air Pollution is This term refers to the emissions of the following pollutants: sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides, mercury, and carbon dioxide.
An Industrial Energy Customer is Industrial Energy Customers include
An Industrial sector is Construction, manufacturing, agricultural and mining establishments.
Industrial-medical revolution is the use of new sources of energy from fossil fuels and later from nuclear fuels, and use of new technologies, to grow food and manufacture products .