An innovative land use regression model incorporating meteorology for exposure analysis.

@article{Su2008AnIL,
  title={An innovative land use regression model incorporating meteorology for exposure analysis.},
  author={Jason G Su and Michael Brauer and Bruce Ainslie and Douw Steyn and Timothy Larson and Michael Buzzelli},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2008},
  volume={390 2-3},
  pages={520-9}
}
The advent of spatial analysis and geographic information systems (GIS) has led to studies of chronic exposure and health effects based on the rationale that intra-urban variations in ambient air pollution concentrations are as great as inter-urban differences. Such studies typically rely on local spatial covariates (e.g., traffic, land use type) derived from circular areas (buffers) to predict concentrations/exposures at receptor sites, as a means of averaging the annual net effect of… CONTINUE READING

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