Aerosol Optical Depth As a Measure of Particulate Exposure Using Imputed Censored Data, and Relationship with Childhood Asthma Hospital Admissions for 2004 in Athens, Greece

@inproceedings{Higgs2015AerosolOD,
  title={Aerosol Optical Depth As a Measure of Particulate Exposure Using Imputed Censored Data, and Relationship with Childhood Asthma Hospital Admissions for 2004 in Athens, Greece},
  author={Gary Higgs and David A. Sterling and Subhash Aryal and Abhilash Vemulapalli and Kostas N. Priftis and Nicolas I. Sifakis},
  booktitle={Environmental health insights},
  year={2015}
}
An understanding of human health implications from atmosphere exposure is a priority in both the geographic and the public health domains. The unique properties of geographic tools for remote sensing of the atmosphere offer a distinct ability to characterize and model aerosols in the urban atmosphere for evaluation of impacts on health. Asthma, as a… CONTINUE READING