An assessment of air pollution and its attributable mortality in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

@inproceedings{Allen2013AnAO,
  title={An assessment of air pollution and its attributable mortality in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia},
  author={Ryan W. Allen and Enkhjargal Gombojav and Baldorj Barkhasragchaa and Tsogtbaatar Byambaa and Oyuntogos Lkhasuren and Ofer Amram and Tim K Takaro and Craig R. Janes},
  booktitle={Air quality, atmosphere, & health},
  year={2013}
}
Epidemiologic studies have consistently reported associations between outdoor fine particulate matter (PM2.5) air pollution and adverse health effects. Although Asia bears the majority of the public health burden from air pollution, few epidemiologic studies have been conducted outside of North America and Europe due in part to challenges in population exposure assessment. We assessed the feasibility of two current exposure assessment techniques, land use regression (LUR) modeling and mobile… CONTINUE READING