The relationship between averaged sulfate exposures and concentrations: results from exposure assessment panel studies in four U.S. cities.


This analysis examines differences between measured ambient indoor, and personal sulfate concentrations across cities, seasons, and individuals to elucidate how these differences may impact PM2.5 exposure measurement error. Data were analyzed from four panel studies conducted in Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, and Steubenville (OH). Among the study locations… (More)


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