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Folinsbee, L. Air Pollution and Exercise-Induced Bronchoconstriction. Marcel Dekker Incorporated, New York, NY, volume 130, (1999).
U.S. EPA. Air Quality Criteria for Particulate Matter, Volumes I-III. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, 1996.
Furtaw, E. J. An Overview of Human Exposure Modeling Activities at the U.S. EPA's National Exposure Research Laboratory. , Toxicology and Environmental Health 17(5): 302-324, (2001).
Mage, D. Are Males More Susceptible to Ambient PM Than Females? Presented at Colloquium on Particulate Air Pollution and Human Health, June 1999.
Wilson Jr., W E. Associations Between Trace Elemental Composition of PM2.5 and Mortality and Morbidity in Philadelphia. Presented at Joint International Conference of the ISEE/ISEA, Vancouver, BC, Canada, August 11-15, 2002.
Wilson, W. AND S. Kegler. Cardiovascular Mortality in Phoenix: PM1 Is a Better Indicator Than PM2.5. Presented at 2000 Annual Conference of the American Association for Aerosol Research, St. Louis, MO, Nov. 6-10, 2000.
Foureman, G. L. Cross-Species Dose Extrapolation for Diesel Emissions. Presented at Society for Risk Analysis, Seattle, WA, December 2, 2001.
Wilson, W. Design of Exposure Measurements for Epidemiologic Studies. Presented at Annual Meeting of the Chinese Assoc. for Aerosol Research, Taiwan, Taipai, October 30-31, 1999.
NADADUR, S. S., S. D. HESTER, A. MUDIPALLI, N. HAYKAL-COATES, AND D. L. COSTA. Direct Effects of PM Constituents on Endothelial Cells: What Can We Learn from Genomic Approaches? Presented at Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, March 16 - 20, 2008.
Han, H. S., S. Kaufman, J. Turner, W Wilson, AND D. Y. Pui. Electrical Aerosol Detector (EAD) Measurements at the St. Louis Supersite. Presented at AAAR PM Supersites Program and Related Studies International Specialty Conference, Atlanta, GA, February 07 - 11, 2005.
Wilson, W. Error in Annual Average Due to Use of Less Than Everyday Measurements. Presented at AWMA Speciality Conference , PM 2000, Charleston, SC, January 2000.
Wilson Jr., W E., D T. Mage, AND L D. Grant. Estimating Separately Personal Exposure to Ambient and Non-Ambient Particulate Matter for Epidemiology and Risk Assessment: Why and How. , JOURNAL OF THE AIR AND WASTE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION 50:1167-1183, (2000).
Wilson, W. Extreme Dust and Smoke Events Over the U.S. in 1998. Presented at AWMA Specialty Conference, PM 2000, Charleston, SC, January 2000.
Kim, E., P. K. Hopke, J P. Pinto, AND W E. Wilson. Frequency Distributions and Spatial Analysis of Fine Particle Measurements in St. Louis During the Regional Air Pollution Study/Regional Air Monitoring System. , ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 39(11):4172-4179, (2005).
U.S. EPA. Health Effects of Inhaled Crystalline and Amorphous Silica. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, National Center For Environmental Assessment, Research Triangle Park Office, Research Triangle Park, NC, EPA/600/R-95/115, 1996.
Wilson Jr., W E. Impact of Ambient PM on the Indoor Environment and Personal Exposure. Presented at Research Priorities for Airborne Particulate Matter, Charleston, SC, November 9, 2001.
Wilson Jr., W E. Implications of Using Ambient PM Concentration as a Surrogate for PM Exposure in Statistical and Epidemiologic Analyses of Time Series Data. Presented at Joint International Conference of the ISEE/ISEA, Vancouver, BC, Canada, August 11-15, 2002.
Thurston, G., K. Ito, AND W. Wilson. Influence of Alternative PM Components in Mass Associations with Philadelphia, PA Mortality and Hospital Admissions. Presented at AWMA Speciality Conference, PM 2000, Charleston, SC, January 2000.
U.S. EPA. Integrated Science Assessment (ISA) for Oxides of Nitrogen and Sulfur Ecological Criteria (Final Report). U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/600/R-08/082F, 2008.
U.S. EPA. Integrated Science Assessment for Particulate Matter (Final Report). U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/600/R-08/139F, 2009.
Grover, B., N. L. Eatough, D. Eatough, J. Ambs, M. Meyer, P. K. Hopke, R. AlHorr, D. Later, J. C. Chow, J. Watson, AND W E. Wilson. Measurement of Fine Particulate Matter (Nonvolatile and Semivolatile Fractions) in Fresno, CA. Presented at AAAR PM Supersites Program and Related Studies International Specialty Conference, Atlanta, GA, February 07 - 11, 2005.
Wilson Jr., W E. AND M. Brauer. Methods to Estimate the Ambient and Nonambient Components of Total Personal Exposure to Particulate Matter. Presented at International Society of Exposure Assessment, Charleston, SC, November 4-8, 2001.
Wilson Jr., W E., J. C. Chow, C. S. Claiborn, W. Fusheng, J. Engelbrecht, AND J. G. Watson. Monitoring of Particulate Matter Outdoors. , CHEMOSPHERE 49(9):1009-1043, (2002).
Marcus, A. Multivariate Statistical Models for Effects of PM and Copollutants in a Daily Time Series Epidemiology Study. Presented at Third Colloquium on Particulate Air Pollution and Human Health, June 6-8, 1999.
Wilson, W. New U.S. EPA Standards and Problems Associated with Measurement of Pollutants: Implication for Filter Manufacturers. Presented at Annual Meeting of the Air Filtration Conference of the American Filtration and Separations Society, Minneapolis, MN, October 21, 1999.
Wilson, W. PM Constituent Roles in Mass Associations with Health Effects in Philadelphia, Pa. Presented at Annual Meeting of International Society of Environmental Epidemiology, September 2000.
U.S. EPA. Provisional Assessment of Recent Studies on Health Effects of Particulate Matter Exposure. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/600/R-12/056, 2012.
U.S. EPA. Provisional Assessment of Recent Studies on Particulate Matter (2006). U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/600/R-06/063, 2006.
Mage, D. Reinventing Personal Exposure to Particulate Matter. Presented at ISEA Symposium, Athens, Greece, September 1999.
Oberdorster, G. AND W. Pepelko. Research Needs for Risk Assessment of Inhaled Particulate Matter: Report of a Workshop. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C., EPA/600/R-93/104 (NTIS PB94123866).
Wilson, W. The Bimodal Distribution: Development of the Concept of Fine and Coarse Particles as Separate and Distinct Components of Airborne Particulate Matter. Presented at Annual Meeting of the Chinese Assoc. for Aerosol Research, Taiwan, Taipai, October 30-31, 1999.
Wilson, W E. The Exposure Paradox in Particulate Matter Community Time-Series Epidemiology: Can Ambient Concentrations of PM Be Used as a Surrogate for Personal Exposure to PM ? Presented at International Society of Environmental Epidemiology Meeting, Garmish-Partenkirche, Germany, September 2001.
Wilson, W. The U.S. EPA Promulgates New Standards for Fine Particles. Presented at Annual Meeting of the Chinese Assoc. for Aerosol Research, Taiwan, Taipai, October 30-31, 1999.
Wilson, W E. Use of Continuous Measurements of Integral Aerosol Parameters to Estimate Particle Surface Area. Presented at AWMA Specialty Conference, PM 2000, Charleston, SC, January 2000.


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