Air pollution exposure estimation using dispersion modelling and continuous monitoring data in a prospective birth cohort study in the Netherlands

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Previous studies suggest that pregnant women and children are particularly vulnerable to the adverse effects of air pollution. A prospective cohort study in pregnant women and their children enables identification of the specific effects and critical periods. This paper describes the design of air pollution exposure assessment for participants of the… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1476-069X-11-9

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@inproceedings{Hooven2012AirPE, title={Air pollution exposure estimation using dispersion modelling and continuous monitoring data in a prospective birth cohort study in the Netherlands}, author={Edith H. van den Hooven and Frank H. Pierik and Sjoerd W. van Ratingen and Peter YJ Zandveld and Ernst W Meijer and Albert Hofman and Henk M E Miedema and Vincent W V Jaddoe and Yvonne de Kluizenaar}, booktitle={Environmental health : a global access science source}, year={2012} }