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Accuracy and Precision of Matching Inspired Lung Volume.
Air Quality Criteria for Ozone and Other Photochemical Oxidants. External Review Draft No. 2. Volume 5.
Air Quality Criteria for Ozone and Other Photochemical Oxidants. External Review Draft. Volume 5.
Combined Effect of Ozone and Sulfuric Acid on Pulmonary Function in Man (Journal Version).
Design and Measurement Considerations for Exercise Protocols in Human Air Pollution Inhalation Studies.
Duration of Increased Pulmonary Function Sensitivity to an Initial Ozone Exposure.
Effects of Large (0.9 micrometer) Sulfuric Acid Aerosols on Human Pulmonary Function.
Effects of low levels of ozone and temperature stress /
Effects of sulfuric acid mist exposure on pulmonary function /
Effects of Sulfuric Acid Mist Exposure on Pulmonary Function.
Influence of Exercise and Heat Stress on Pulmonary Function during Ozone Exposure.
Intercomparison of Measurements by a Telephotometer and an Integrating Nephelometer (Technical Note).
Maximal aerobic capacity at several ambient concentrations of carbon monoxide at several altitudes
Nitrogen Dioxide, Pulmonary Function, and Respiratory Disease.
Preexposure to Low Ozone Concentrations Does Not Diminish the Pulmonary Function Response on Exposure to Higher Ozone Concentrations.
Pulmonary Function Effects of 1.0 and 2.0 ppm Sulfur Dioxide Exposure in Active Young Male Non-Smokers.
Pulmonary Response to Threshold Levels of Sulfur Dioxide (1.0 ppm) and Ozone (0.3 ppm) (Journal Version).
Respiratory Responses in Humans Repeatedly Exposed to Low Concentrations of Ozone 1-3.
Standards for occupational exposures to hot environments : proceedings of symposium, February 27-28, 1973, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
The effect of nitrogen dioxide on lung function in normal subjects /
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