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Further Reading

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    Levine J. S, (Ed.), 1991. Global Biomass Burning. Cambridge, MA, MIT Press.Google Scholar
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    McKenzie L., 1999. Smoldering biomass fuels, measuring and modeling. In: Meyers R. A. (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Environmental Pollution and Cleanup, John Wiley, NY, 1536–1548.Google Scholar
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    Muraleedharan T. R., Radoejeic M., Waugh A. and Caruana A., 2000a. Chemical characterization of the haze in Brunei Darussalam during the 1998 episode. Atmospheric Environment, 34, 2725–2731.Google Scholar
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    Muraleedharan T. R., Radoejeic M., Waugh A. and Caruana A., 2000b. Emissions from the combustion of peat: an experimental study. Atmospheric Environment, 34, 3033–3035.Google Scholar
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    Muraleedharan T. R. and Radoejvic M., 2000. Personal particle exposure monitoring using nephelometry during haze in Brunei. Atmospheric Environment, 34, 2733–2738.Google Scholar
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    Radoejvic M. and Tan K. S., 2000. Impacts of biomass burning and regional haze on the pH of rainwater in Brunei Darussalam. Atmospheric Environment, 34, 2739–2744.Google Scholar
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    Radoejvic M. and Hassah H., 2000. Air quality in Brunei Darussalam during the 1998 haze episode. Atmospheric Environment, 33, 3651–3658.Google Scholar

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