Using National and Local Extant Data to Characterize Environmental Exposures in the National Children’s Study: Queens County, New York

@inproceedings{Lioy2009UsingNA,
  title={Using National and Local Extant Data to Characterize Environmental Exposures in the National Children’s Study: Queens County, New York},
  author={Paul J. Lioy and Sastry S. Isukapalli and Leonardo Trasande and Lorna E. Thorpe and Michael Dellarco and Clifford P Weisel and Panos G. Georgopoulos and Christopher Yung and Margot Brown and Philip J. Landrigan},
  booktitle={Environmental health perspectives},
  year={2009}
}
OBJECTIVE The National Children's Study is a long-term epidemiologic study of 100,000 children from 105 locations across the United States. It will require information on a large number of environmental variables to address its core hypotheses. The resources available to collect actual home and personal exposure samples are limited, with most of the home sampling completed on periodic visits and the personal sampling generally limited to biomonitoring. To fill major data gaps, extant data will… CONTINUE READING
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