A Cohort Study of Traffic-Related Air Pollution and Mortality in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

@inproceedings{Jerrett2009ACS,
  title={A Cohort Study of Traffic-Related Air Pollution and Mortality in Toronto, Ontario, Canada},
  author={Michael Jerrett and Murray Martin Finkelstein and Jeffrey Robert Brook and Mohammed A. Arain and Palvos Kanaroglou and Dave M. Stieb and Nicolas L Gilbert and Dave K. Verma and Norm Finkelstein and Kenneth R Chapman and Malcolm R Sears},
  booktitle={Environmental health perspectives},
  year={2009}
}
BACKGROUND Chronic exposure to traffic-related air pollution (TRAP) may contribute to premature mortality, but few studies to date have addressed this topic. OBJECTIVES In this study we assessed the association between TRAP and mortality in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. METHODS We collected nitrogen dioxide samples over two seasons using duplicate two-sided Ogawa passive diffusion samplers at 143 locations across Toronto. We calibrated land use regressions to predict NO2 exposure on a fine… CONTINUE READING
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