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A Total Human Exposure Model (THEM)

Full Citation: 

Klepeis NE, Ott WR, Tracy E (1994) "The Total Human Exposure Model (THEM)," http://ExposureScience.Org/THEM.

Description: 

Research software for simulating human exposure to air pollution. The current version estimates the exposure of people living in the San Francisco Bay Area to respirable suspended particles (RSP) from environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) and ambient sources.

Current Version: 

1.0

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Multi-Chamber Indoor Air Quality Model (MIAQ)

Full Citation: 

Nazaroff WW and Klepeis NE (2001) "The Multi-Chamber Indoor Air Quality Model (MIAQ)." http://ExposureScience.Org/MIAQ.

Description: 

Research software for predicting the time-evolution of gaseous and particulate air pollutants in an arbitrary number of connected zones. Accounts for emissions, ventilation, deposition, coagulation, and chemical reactivity.

Current Version: 

4.1.0-alpha3

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Human Exposure Research Package (heR)

Full Citation: 

Klepeis NE (2004) "The Human Exposure Research Software Package (heR)" http://ExposureScience Org/heR.

Description: 

Software package for conducting research in human exposure. Routines for manipulating and plotting data, analyzing activity patterns, indoor air quality modeling, and exposure simulation. Miscellaneous data sets for activity patterns and air pollutant monitoring.

Current Version: 

Pre-Release

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A Total Human Exposure Model (THEM) for Respirable Suspended Particles (RSP)

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Conference Proceedings

Description: 

Conference paper containing a description of a total human exposure model for particles and its application to the San Francisco Bay Area.

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Measurement and Modeling of Respirable Suspended Particles (RSP) and Carbon Monoxide (CO) in Two Airport Smoking Lounges

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Conference Proceedings

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Conference paper with an application of an indoor air quality model to environmental tobacco smoke pollutant concentrations measured in two airport smoking lounges located in the San Francisco Bay Area

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A Multiple-Smoker Model for Predicting Indoor Air Quality in Public Lounges

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Journal Article

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Journal article presenting the application of an indoor air quality model to environmental tobacco smoke pollutant concentrations measured in two airport smoking lounges located in the San Francisco Bay Area

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Validity of the Uniform Mixing Assumption: Determining Human Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke

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Journal Article

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A review of studies on the rate of environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) mixing in single-zone interior spaces

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Analytical Solutions to Compartmental Indoor Air Quality Models with Application to Environmental Tobacco Smoke ...

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Journal Article

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Article containing analytical solutions to one and two-compartment indoor air quality models based on Laplace transforms and model evaluation using empirical data measured in a residence

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