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By Kenneth Button (editor)

This concise and obviously concentrated Dictionary, with contributions by way of the prime gurus of their fields, brings order and readability to a subject matter which can be afflicted by confusion over terminology and ideas. It presents a bridge among the educational disciplines concerned and illustrates the appliance of transportation coverage that crosses quite a few administrative divisions. slicing via jargon, the entries be aware of the social technology features of transportation research, defining the various phrases utilized in transportation, and delivering precious info on a number of the significant associations and applied sciences affecting this area This concise and accomplished Dictionary could be a useful addition to libraries and study institutes and a beneficial source for someone with an curiosity within the research of shipping.

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It is thus questionable whether this holds true for privatized airports, but for public airports it may certainly be true, for instance when landing fees are below the market price and cost. In the two concepts considered, airports can both be public and private, but it has already been mentioned that strategies are different for public and private airports. In the past, airports were usually seen as public entities of national importance, maybe even a public nuisance of national importance. Airports were important because of the economic impact and strategic value.

An airport will be designed to cope with a particular service demand, which will logically be some way into the future, so that review of facilities does not lead to the airport becoming a continuously active building site. But overscaling facilities invites excessive costs, which detracts from commercial viability. The latest terminal concepts to win favour, because they help to combine long-term visions with the practical issue of cost, are ‘flexible’. They might be based on a building-block approach, so that central facilities can be expanded, and internal walls reconfigured with ease.

Carbon monoxide is not a permanent component in the air and after some hours it is transformed to carbon dioxide. indd 16 23/11/10 15:43:30 Air quality 17 ecosystems and to the formation of ground-level ozone. NOx is formed when fuel is burned at high temperatures. Nitrogen dioxide (NO2) is a brownish gas mainly formed in the atmosphere through the oxidation of the primary air pollutant nitric oxide (NO), which is one component in nitrogen oxides emissions. Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) also contribute to the formation of ozone.

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