Title: Indoor Fungi Resources
Date of publication: 1996, Apr.
URL: www.dehs.umn.edu/iaq/fungus/
Authors: Neil Carlson
Bibliographic info: website
Publisher: University of Minnesota
Abstract: Contains a referenced “glossary” of many molds, with pictures. Also has a section on the interpreation of testing results and some information on testing itself.

Fungi on these pages are commonly identified in outdoor air and in North American buildings. Health effects listed for these fungi often represent worst-case exposure information. These health effects may be used as a guide when consulting with a physician about a medical condition.

Additional Notes:
Keywords: environmental health,molds, mould, moulds, mold, environmental safety, fungus, fungi, buildings, fungal, water infiltration, fungal abatement, fungal contamination, Aspergillus,
Record Last Revised: Record #70, revised 1/13/2001

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