Air Pollution

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.

Measuring Airborne Levels of Outdoor and In-Vehicle Secondhand Tobacco Smoke

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Klepeis NE (2006) "Measuring Airborne Levels of Outdoor and In-Vehicle Secondhand Tobacco Smoke" Presented at the Conference: Smoke-Free California: Where we Live, Work, and Play; San Diego, CA, May 16-17.

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This presentation contains an introduction to real-time particle monitoring instruments and a summary of results from recent outdoor tobacco smoke and in-vehicle tobacco smoke monitoring surveys conducted at Stanford University.

Evaluating and Inter-Relating Real-Time Airborne Particle Monitoring Instruments

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Klepeis NE, Ott WR, Wallace LA, Repace JL, Switzer P (2006) "Evaluating and Inter-Relating Real-Time Airborne Particle Monitoring Instruments," Presented at the International Conference on Epidemiology and Exposure, ISEA/ISEE, Paris, September 2-6, 2006.

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This poster presentation contains a description of data measured in 15 co-location experiements using five types of real-time aerosol monitoring instruments. Conversion factors from the native units of the monitors to reference particle mass units were calculated and evaluated.

A Total Human Exposure Model (THEM)

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

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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.

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1.0

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Characterizing Size-Specific ETS Particle Emissions

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Conference Proceedings

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Application of an aerosol dynamics model to infer the size distribution of environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) particle emissions based on a series of cigar and cigarette chamber experiments.

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Determining Size-Specific Emission Factors for Environmental Tobacco Smoke Particles

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Journal Article

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Article presenting the application of an aerosol dynamics model to infer the size distribution of environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) particle emissions based on a series of cigar and cigarette chamber experiments.

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Real-time Monitoring of Outdoor Environmental Tobacco Smoke Concentrations: A Pilot Study

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Technical Report

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Report describing the results of a pilot study performed in California on potential exposure to environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) in outdoor settings.

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