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    "The cultural practice of open-field burning can produce significant contaminants with particulates from smoke, generally accepted as the most important. Air quality associated with open-field burning can probably be managed, for a prescribed acreage, well enough to maintain acceptable standards of air quality. The definition of air quality is usually based on the needs and uses within an air basin. Also, the term, "air quality management, has been used to list current efforts for the abatement of existing pollution and the prevention of future pollution. The objective of a management approach is to provide an atmosphere of acceptable air quality. Air quality is usually fixed by law and stated as a given maximum value"--Page 1.
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