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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.
Conference paper containing a description of a total human exposure model for particles and its application to the San Francisco Bay Area.
Manual containing information on how to use and modify the total human exposure model (THEM)
An introduction to concepts related to the indirect exposure assessment approach, which models exposure by weighting a series of microenvironment concentrations by the time spent in each microenvironment
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
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.
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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