Racial isolation and exposure to airborne particulate matter and ozone in understudied US populations: Environmental justice applications of downscaled numerical model output.

@article{Bravo2016RacialIA,
  title={Racial isolation and exposure to airborne particulate matter and ozone in understudied US populations: Environmental justice applications of downscaled numerical model output.},
  author={Mercedes A. Bravo and Rebecca Anthopolos and Michelle L. Bell and Marie Lynn Miranda},
  journal={Environment international},
  year={2016},
  volume={92-93},
  pages={247-55}
}
BACKGROUND Researchers and policymakers are increasingly focused on combined exposures to social and environmental stressors, especially given how often these stressors tend to co-locate. Such exposures are equally relevant in urban and rural areas and may accrue disproportionately to particular communities or specific subpopulations. OBJECTIVES To estimate relationships between racial isolation (RI), a measure of the extent to which minority racial/ethnic group members are exposed to only… CONTINUE READING

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