Nitrogen dioxide prediction in Southern California using land use regression modeling: potential for environmental health analyses

@article{Ross2006NitrogenDP,
  title={Nitrogen dioxide prediction in Southern California using land use regression modeling: potential for environmental health analyses},
  author={Zev Ross and Paul English and Rusty Scalf and Robert B Gunier and Svetlana Smorodinsky and Steve A Wall and Michael Jerrett},
  journal={Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={16},
  pages={106-114}
}
We modeled the intraurban distribution of nitrogen dioxide (NO2), a marker for traffic pollution, with land use regression, a promising new exposure classification technique. We deployed diffusion tubes to measure NO2 levels at 39 locations in the fall of 2003 in San Diego County, CA, USA. At each sample location, we constructed circular buffers in a geographic information system and captured information on roads, traffic flow, land use, population and housing. Using multiple linear regression… CONTINUE READING
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