Considerations in the use of ozone and PM2.5 data for exposure assessment

@inproceedings{White2009ConsiderationsIT,
  title={Considerations in the use of ozone and PM2.5 data for exposure assessment},
  author={Warren H. White},
  booktitle={Air quality, atmosphere, & health},
  year={2009}
}
The US national ambient-air monitoring network, created to verify compliance with health-based standards, now doubles as an important source of exposure data for the epidemiological analyses on which these standards increasingly rest, particularly in the case of ozone and PM2.5. This paper was written for a workshop called to facilitate and inform the use of routine ozone and PM2.5 data by the Environmental Public Health Tracking Network. It examines the fit between priorities that shape… CONTINUE READING

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