A news story from the media
To highlight the 2008 law in California that prohibits smoking in a car with a minor present, a press conference was held on January 3, 2008 in Hollywood, CA. The conference was held by the State of California's Department of Health, Tobacco Control Section. Several state officials spoke at the conference. During this press conference, Dr. Neil Klepeis performed a demonstration of the levels of smoke that can occur inside an automobile when a smoker lights up. The demonstration was based on the methods and results of the 2007 paper by Ott et al.
The following video contains material that was presented at the press conference.
How Dangerous is Smoking in Cars? from TobaccoFreeCA on Vimeo.
Also, you may look at the video on the state's Tobacco Free CA website.
Dr. Wayne R. Ott - pioneer in the field of human exposure
Dr. Neil E. Klepeis - long-time secondhand smoke research scientist
James L. Repace - international secondhand smoke expert
Dr. Lance A. Wallace - pioneer in the field of human exposure
U.S. Surgeon General - Report on health consequences of exposure to secondhand smoke
ETS Exposure and Outdoor ETS - California Air Resources Board info pages
ETS Documents and Notices - OEHAA California government site
Smoke Free Homes - USEPA federal government site
SimSmoke.Org - simulate exposure to tobacco smoke
ExposureScience.Org - research articles, reports, and software
ExposureAnalysis.Org - resources for students