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Determine the Integrated Indicators of Air Quality, Radiation, Sound and Lead of the Delphi Technique
Esrafil Asgari *, Rahim Aali, Ayoob Rastgar
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Background: With Regard to importance of environmental health issues in recent decades, coherent and planned efforts to identify environmental health indicators and values and how it is controlled. Primarily for evaluation and monitoring for each subject should be determined the indicators also indicators for the evaluation of air quality should be considered. In the present study Addressed to survey of indicators of air quality, radiation, sound and heavy metals to Iran.

Methods: In the present study is that all countries in the world in terms of air quality, Radiation, sound and heavy metals (lead and mercury) are to be examined And according to these criteria, indicators that are commensurate with our country elected. For each of these indicators, the indicators and methods of calculation are determined.

Results: During this study was about 35 indicator Given the importance of health and the environment, it is calculated and information about the index, an indicator of air quality, radiation, sound and heavy metals, 16, 1, 1 and 0 in the first two years of the first respectively.

Conclusion: Among the indicators selected at the beginning of what exists and what indicators in this study were obtained, As can be seen from the 35 indicators surveyed, There are 13 indicators in the country and 22 of the present investigation was added.

Keywords: Air quality, Radiation, Sound, Lead, Mercury, Iran
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/06/6 | Accepted: 2016/06/6 | Published: 2016/06/6

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