Analysis of coupled model uncertainties in source-to-dose modeling of human exposures to ambient air pollution: A PM(2.5) case study.

  title={Analysis of coupled model uncertainties in source-to-dose modeling of human exposures to ambient air pollution: A PM(2.5) case study.},
  author={Hal{\^u}k Ozkaynak and H Christopher Frey and Janet E. Burke and Robert William Pinder},
  journal={Atmospheric environment},
  volume={43 9},
Quantitative assessment of human exposures and health effects due to air pollution involve detailed characterization of impacts of air quality on exposure and dose. A key challenge is to integrate these three components on a consistent spatial and temporal basis taking into account linkages and feedbacks. The current state-of-practice for such assessments is to exercise emission, meteorology, air quality, exposure, and dose models separately, and to link them together by using the output of one… CONTINUE READING
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