Assessment of different approaches for determining personal exposure

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Doc #: Title: Assessment of different approaches for determining personal exposure | Document Link
Organization/Author: W.Physick1, J.Powell1, M.Cope1, K.Boast1, S.Lee1, W.Lilley2, R.Gillett1, G. Edgar3
Type: Report
Year: 2008
Region: Oceania/Australia
Observation Type:
Observation Needs:
Document Status: Unsubmitted, 2009/09/00"2009/09/00" contains a sequence that could not be interpreted against an available match matrix for date components.
Parameters: PM2.5, NO2

exposure: exposure assigned to an urban dweller over a period is often the mean pollutant concentration for that period, averaged over all monitors in the urban monitoring network.

meteorological conditions


Description of Document: The primary aim of this Clean Air Research Programme (CARP) project is to evaluate methodologies for estimating personal exposure from ambient monitoring data and from simulation data from complex ambient air quality models.