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Continuous Measurements of Indoor-Outdoor Particulate Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon (PPAH) Concentrations in Seven Homes ...

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Ott WR, Klepeis NE, Switzer P, Rozenberg D. (2004) "Continuous Measurements of Indoor-Outdoor Particulate Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon (PPAH) Concentrations in 7 Homes with Application to indoor Mass-Balance Model Parameters and Prediction Error," Paper No. V2A-04 presented at the 14th Annual Conference of the International Society of Exposure Analysis, Adam's Mark Hotel, Philadelphia, PA, October 21.

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This presentation contains information on indoor-outdoor air pollutant surveys conducted in seven homes in the San Francisco Bay Area, along with application of a recursive indoor-outdoor model to the data.

Human Exposure Research Package (heR)

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

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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.

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Real-Time Monitoring of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Respirable Suspended Particles from Environmental Tobacco Smoke...

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Conference Proceedings

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Conference paper containing a description of experiments involving the smoking of a Marlboro cigarette and a Kentucky Research cigarette in a house -- conducted to provide a side-by-side comparison of a real-time PAH sensor (Ecochem PAS 1000i) and a real-time respirable suspended particle (RSP) monitor (TSI 8510 piezobalance).

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Analysis of the National Human Activity Pattern (NHAPS) Respondents from a Standpoint of Exposure Assessment

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Technical Report

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USEPA report containing a first analysis of data from the 1992-94 National Human Activity Pattern Survey (NHAPS)

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The National Human Activity Pattern Survey (NHAPS): A Resource for Assessing Exposure to Environmental Pollutants

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Journal Article

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Article on the national human activity pattern survey (NHAPS), which interviewed 9,386 Americans by telephone on their potential exposure to household air and water contaminants

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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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Using Computer Simulation to Explore Multi Compartment Effects and Mitigation Strategies for Residential Exposure to ...

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Dissertation

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Ph.D. dissertation focusing on the simulation of individual and population exposure to residential secondhand tobacco smoke using scripted behavior and observed distributions of human time-location patterns in US homes

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Mitigating Residential Exposure to Secondhand Tobacco Smoke

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Journal Article

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Article presenting a simulation study on the effectiveness of window, door, and filtration-related strategies for reducing residential secondhand tobacco smoke exposure. Both hypothetical scripted behavior and observed distributions of human time-location patterns in US homes were used as input into the simulation model.

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Modeling Residential Exposure to Secondhand Tobacco Smoke

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Journal Article

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Article presenting a simulation study of the impact that the multicompartment nature of US homes has on residential exposure to secondhand tobacco smoke. Both hypothetical scripted behavior and observed distributions of human time-location patterns in US homes were used as input to the simulation model.

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