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Acidic PM and Daily Human Mortality in Three U.S. Cities
Grant Number R825264
RFA: Air Quality (1996)
Abstract (3)
Journal Article (2)
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Abstract Gwynn RC, Thurston GD. Acidic particulate matter air pollution and daily mortality and morbidity in New York City, NY. Epidemiology 1998;9(4):S60.
R825264 (Final)
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Thurston G, Ito K, Gwynn RC. Racial variation in the associations of acid air pollution with daily hospital admissions and mortality. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 1998;157:A511.


R825264 (Final)
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Thurston G, Ito K, Lall R, Wilson W. Influence of PM components in associations with Philadelphia, PA mortality and hospital admissions. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 161:A25.


R825264 (Final)
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Journal Article Gwynn RC, Burnett RT, Thurston GD. A time-series analysis of acidic particulate matter and daily mortality and morbidity in the Buffalo, New York, region. Environmental Health Perspectives 2000;108(2):125-133.
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R825264 (Final)
Journal Article Gwynn RC, Thurston GD. The burden of air pollution: impacts among racial minorities. Environmental Health Perspectives 2001;109(Suppl 4):501-506.
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R825264 (Final)
R827351 (2001)
R827351 (Final)