Assessment of different approaches for determining personal exposure

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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
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Document Status: Unsubmitted, 2009/09/00
Parameters: PM2.5, NO2

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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.