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Assessment of Individual Human Exposures to Ozone in a Health Study.
Asthma Intervention Pilot Study in Public Housing: Lessons and Baseline Data.
Effects of Ambient Sulfur Oxides and Suspended Particles on Respiratory Health of Preadolescent Children.
Effects of Sulfur Oxides and Respirable Particles on Human Health.
Exposure Measurement for Air Pollution Epidemiology.
Exposures to Acidic Aerosols.
Harvard's Indoor Air Pollution/Health Study.
Home Dampness and Respiratory Morbidity in Children.
Improved Method for Measuring Aerosol Strong Acidity: Results from a Nine-Month Study in St. Louis, Missouri and Kingston, Tennessee.
Multivariate Assessment of Meteorological Influences on Inhalable Particle Source Impacts.
Nitrogen dioxide and respiratory infection : pilot investigations /
Problems in the Estimation of Human Exposure to Components of Acid Precipitation Precursors.
Source-Receptor Study of Volatile Organic Compounds and Particulate Matter in the Kanawha Valley, WV. 1. Methods and Descriptive Statistics.
Source-Receptor Study of Volatile Organic Compounds and Particulate Matter in the Kanawha Valley, WV. 2. Analysis of Factors Contributing to VOC and Particle Exposures.
US EPA TEAM study of inhalable particles (PM10) study design, response rate, and sampler performance /
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