The Research Triangle Park particulate matter panel study: PM mass concentration relationships

@inproceedings{Williams2003TheRT,
  title={The Research Triangle Park particulate matter panel study: PM mass concentration relationships},
  author={Ron Williams and Jack C. Suggs and Anne W. Rea and Kelly W. Leovic and Alan Vette and Carry W Croghan and Linda S. Sheldon and Charles Rodes and Jonathan Thornburg and A Ejire and Margaret C. Herbst and William E. Sanders},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract The US Environmental Protection Agency has recently performed the Research Triangle Park Particulate Matter Panel Study. This was a 1-year investigation of PM and related co-pollutants involving participants living within the RTP area of North Carolina. Primary goals were to characterize the relationships between ambient and residential PM measures to those obtained from personal exposure monitoring and estimate ambient source contributions to personal and indoor mass concentrations. A… CONTINUE READING

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