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Carbon Monoxide Exposures Inside an Automobile Traveling on an Urban Arterial Highway.
Derivation of an Indoor Air Averaging Time Model from the Mass Balance Equation for the Case of Independent Source Inputs and Fixed Air Exchange Rates.
Microenvironmental Factors Related to Californians' Potential Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS).
Modeling Environmental Tobacco Smoke in the Home Using Transfer Functions.
Modeling the Time Series of Respirable Suspended Particles and Carbon Monoxide from Multiple Smokers: Validation in Two Public Smoking Lounges.
Pilot study of time variability of elemental concentrations in power plant ash
Real-Time Monitoring of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Respirable Suspended Particles from Environmental Tobacco Smoke in a Home.
Smoking Activities and Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) in California. A Multivariate Analysis.
Time Series Model for Cigarette Smoking Activity Patterns: Model Validation for Carbon Monoxide and Respirable Particles in a Chamber and an Automobile.
Total Human Exposure Model (THEM) for Respirable Suspended Particles (RSP).
Trends of In-Vehicle CO Exposures on a California Arterial Highway Over One Decade.
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