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

Document Type: 

Dissertation

Release Date: 

November 2005 (copyrighted May 2004)

Full Citation: 

Klepeis NE (2004) "Using Computer Simulation to Explore Multi-Compartment Effects and Mitigation Strategies for Residential Exposure to Secondhand Tobacco Smoke." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California at Berkeley.

Description: 

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

Authors: 

Neil E. Klepeis (William W. Nazaroff, research advisor in Civil and Environmental Engineering)

Affiliation: 

Environmental Health Sciences, University of California at Berkeley

Sponsor: 

U.S. EPA; Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program (TRDRP) of California

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Copyright by Neil E. Klepeis

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