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                                                                                     Features this Issue
4 Message From CIRI: The Show Must Go On
By the CIRI Executive Committee
6 A CIRI Tribute: Jim Harris Sr.,CIRICo-Founderand Longtime Chairman
In August, an industry giant was lost with the passing of Jim Harris Sr., a co-founder and longtime chairman of CIRI.
8 Wood Flooring: Recognizing
Water Damage
By Nolan Wells, Ralph E. Moon, PhD, and Donald Nehrig
This study examined wood flooring exposed to two moisture exposure scenarios: damp concrete and partial water immersion. The responses of the four predominant wood flooring types were compared.
16 CharacterizationofWildfire
Residues in Residential
By Joe C. Spurgeon, PhD, Franco Seif, and Euginia Mirica, PhD
Wildfire smoke residues were evaluated in 343 northern California
Editorial Advisory Board
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houses potentially impacted by wildfires. A total of 1,715 wet-wipe samples were collected from five hard-surface sampling locations in each house.
24 TheUseofSelf-Reported Survey Data Finds Corre- lation Between Dust and Health-Related Symptoms in Residential Homes
By Carl Grimes and David Kattari
A website questionnaire was devel- oped to explore and catalog selected characteristics of residential structures, occupant behaviors, and self-reported symptoms. With over 300 variables and 80,000 responses, analysis and synthesis of the data is a daunting task. This paper focuses on data that indicates the possible relationship between dust and health symptoms.
30 TheLastWord:AToughAct to Follow
By John Downey, Chairman
             Cover Photo: Ordinary household dust (allergens) under the microscope.
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