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Measurement and modeling of traffic-related air pollution in the British Columbia Lower Mainland for use in health risk assessment and epidemiological analysis

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Title: Measurement and modeling of traffic-related air pollution in the British Columbia Lower Mainland for use in health risk assessment and epidemiological analysis
Author: Henderson, Sarah; Brauer, Michael
Subject Keywords community environmental health
Issue Date: 2005-06-29
Publicly Available in cIRcle 2008-06-09
Abstract: The School of Occupational and Environmental Health was contracted to develop spatial regression models for Greater Vancouver similar to those developed or underway for the metropolitan areas of Toronto, Montreal and Hamilton. This report briefly introduces the rationale for such models and gives detailed discussion of our methods and results. The objectives and deliverables are outlined below.
Affiliation: Environmental Health (SOEH), School ofHealth and Environment Research (CHER), Centre forOccupational and Environmental Hygiene, School of
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2429/880
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