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  • ...pollutant exposures in Europe''' ([[EU-30]]) during the period 2010-2050? Air pollutants include PM2.5...
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  • ...pollutant emissions in Europe''' ([[EU-30]]) during the period 2010-2050? Air pollutants include PM2.5...
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  • ...on. It contains emission factors and process information for more than 200 air pollution source categories. A source category is a specific industry secto emission factors, sources, emissions, air pollution, HAP, hazardous air pollutants, PM, particles, VOCs, volatile organic compounds, metals, PAHs,
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  • .... Through a series of calculation routines, the model makes use of ambient air concentration data, indoor/outdoor microenvironment concentration relations intake, inhalation, air, modeling, human health, time use, exposure
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  • ...missions%20from%20traffic%22 SYKE 2004. Finnish Environment Institute. Air pollutant emissions in Finland 1990-2002. National inventory report.] **Low technology combustion, no APC system: air 3500, fly ash 0, bottom ash 75
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  • how to deal with multiple exposures - i.e. repeated intake of the same pollutant entity. On the one hand, one needs to be careful not to double-count expos ...rises a dimensionless number that summarises, for every unit emission of a pollutant from a source or source type, the fraction that is taken in by the exposed
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  • [[Category:Air pollutant]] ! Pollutant
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  • ...odels {{highlight|(estimation of concentration in air due to releases into air)}} ...urce attribution]] {{highlight|(for a given concentration find the related pollutant sources)}}
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  • | '''Emissions''' <br> Emissions into air, water and soil, depending on activities and emission factors; can be reduc ...eloped in relation to pollutants in environmental media. The amount of the pollutant absorbed, i.e. the "dose", depends on the duration and intensity of the exp
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  • [[Category:Air pollution]] What is the the quantitative dose-response relationships between '''outdoor air PM2.5 concentration''' and '''mortality''' due to cardio-pulmonary, lung ca
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  • ...quite straightforward. The example tables show data about radon in indoor air. ! Pollutant|| Exposure route|| Exposure metric|| Exposure parameter|| Population|| Expo
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  • ...sumed that they relate to something that has intrinsic value. For example, pollutant concentrations can be estimated, although it is the related health impact t ...ption how the stressor is released into the environment (e.g. emissions to air, leakage, dumping, corrosion)
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  • | Required indices: Pollutant, Fuel. Typical indices: Burner. <t2b name='Emission factors of energy production' index='Burner,Fuel,Pollutant' locations='PM2.5,CO2direct,CO2trade,CO2eq' desc='Description' unit='mg /MJ
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  • Environmental problems such as air pollution or radon can affect human health. Several scientific methods have ...ys be used to compare dissimilar health effects. For example, effects from air pollution range from aggravation of asthma to premature mortality, while no
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  • Costs of air pollutant emissions, expressed as costs per 1 kg of emission. The pollutants consider
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  • ...the average emission factors of cars and other vehicles on air pollutants? Air pollutants include PM2.5 and CO2. Emission factors are expressed as g emiss <t2b index="Vehicle,Pollutant" locations="PM2.5,CO2,CO2eq" desc="Description" unit="g/km">
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  • [[Air pollutant emissions in Europe]] | [[Air pollutant exposures in Europe]] |
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  • The model computes an hourly time-series of the pollutant dispersion for CO, NO, NO<sub>2</sub>, NO<sub>x</sub>, O<sub>3</sub>, PM<su the Model Documentation System website of the European Topic Centre on Air and Climate Change, ETC/ACC:
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  • [[Category: Air pollution]] strategies to reduce acid deposition in Europe. It describes in a multi-pollutant context the pathways of emissions of sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen oxides
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  • ...). Pollutant dispersion and chemical transformation are simulated by three air transport models on a local and regional scale. * Simulation of impacts of emissions to air primary and secondary particles, NOX, SO2, CO, heavy metals, POPs on human
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  • ...essment of short and medium term consequences of energy and environmental (air pollution) policies, R&D, technology-related and economic policies on EU ec ...Distribution, (23) Lodging & Catering, (24) Inland Transports, (25) Sea & Air Transports, (26) Other Transports, (27) Communication, (28) Bank, Finance &
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  • ...increased about 20% since 1990 in EEA member states, whereas emissions of air pollutants are falling despite a growth in traffic. Transport is also mainl ...ground/pollutant_emission/Commission information pages on EU action to cut pollutant emissions and target climate change]
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  • ...lids that are colorless to light yellow. Some PCBs can exist as a vapor in air. ...suspension of dried particles plays an important role in spreading of this pollutant. PCBs may enter the food chain through ingestion by aquatic organisms and f
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  • [[Category:Air pollution]] ...ple already suffering from, e.g., respiratory or allergic diseases. Indoor air contains a mix of pollutants, many of which are identified as potential hea
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  • ...(EEA), in the framework of the activities of the European Topic Centre on Air and Climate Change. Since 2007, the European Commission's Joint Research Ce
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  • *** air pollutants -> human health, material, crops === Air pollutants (p. 24) ===
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  • Ambient air quality, pollutant dispersion and transport models |Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU), Norway
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  • ...leads either directly or indirectly (e.g. through health effects caused by air pollutants) to a change in the utility of the affected persons. Adverse hea ...le and transparent than deriving a general willingness-to-pay for reducing air pollution.
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  • ...les) can be more general or more specific and hierarchically related, e.g. air pollution (general variable) and daily average of PM<sub>2.5</sub> concentr ...n example, the general air pollutant variable can be divided into specific pollutant variables, e.g. for NOx, PM2.5 /PM10, BS etc and also further specified in
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  • ...'''impacts of urban transport'''. It currently focuses on health impacts (air pollution, accidents, physical activity) and greenhouse gas emissions (CO<s * Pollutant
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  • **The present permeability of the housing stock shifted to present reduced air leakage in all dwellings *Pollutant
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  • [[Category:Indoor air]] ...on exposure is assumed to occur as a long-term exposure to radon in indoor air.
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  • *[ Measures of pollutant concentration (Wikipedia)] This interdisciplinary field of study includes topics ranging from air and water quality, environmental genetics, physiology, risk assessment, occ
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  • ...pollutant exposures in Europe''' ([[EU-30]]) during the period 2010-2050? Air pollutants include PM2.5...
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  • ...pollutant emissions in Europe''' ([[EU-30]]) during the period 2010-2050? Air pollutants include PM2.5...
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  • ...n [[Opasnet]]. Therefore, this variable actually only affects [[:heande:HI:Air exchange rate for European residences]], and the building policies are incl ...ergy used by the city; Improved public safety; Sustainable transport; Less air pollution and noise; Increase in proportion of citizens satisfied with the
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  • ...entrations measured were compared to the pollutant intakes of the mothers. Pollutant exposures were estimated based on individual food intake records and measur ...this study, it was possible to link individual-level food intake to actual pollutant concentrations in the immediate environment (i.e., placenta) of the fetus.
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  • ...ant for public health and health policy, namely fine particle pollution in air, dioxins in food. ...r": models dealing with specific questions such as air concentrations of a pollutant from a specific source or risk-benefit analyses of particular actions. Ther
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  • ...included, select the time period of interest, use either monitored ambient air quality data or values provided from dispersion or other modeling runs, and intake, inhalation, air, modeling, human health, time use, exposure, dose
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  • ..., when attempts are being made to place restrictions on some environmental pollutant, then the arguments are made that the limits should be set even lower, the it easier to drive to our country cottage. We support measures to limit air pollution at the same time as we purchase a new, heavier, poor fuel economy
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  • ...on. It contains emission factors and process information for more than 200 air pollution source categories. A source category is a specific industry secto emission factors, sources, emissions, air pollution, HAP, hazardous air pollutants, PM, particles, VOCs, volatile organic compounds, metals, PAHs,
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  • The National Pollutant Inventory (NPI) maintains emission database for several sources and polluta emissions, air, water, land, sources, PAHs, VOCs, particles, PM10, NOx, nitrogen oxides, S
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  • ..., and ozone (O3) air quality modeling; 2) estimate hazardous and toxic air pollutant emissions from total PM and TOC primary emissions; 3) provide input to chem emissions inventories, air, particles, sources, TOC, total organic compounds, PM2.5, particulate matte
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  • ...n exposures from continuous releases to multiple environmental media, i.e. air, soil, and water. It has also been used for waste classification and for se ...n exposures from continuous releases to multiple environmental media, i.e. air, soil, and water. The modeling components of CalTOX include a multimedia tr
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  • ...s, mostly from the Chinese literature previous to 1995. It is organized by pollutant (Particulates, Sulfur Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Nitrogen Oxides, Benzo[a]py ...rene, coal, biomass, gas, CO, carbon monoxide, SO2, sulfur dioxide, indoor air quality monitoring, rural, urban
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  • information on other themes (soil erosion, pollutant emissions into the air by the vegetation, etc.).
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  • ...tion quality, and (3) modelling of atmospheric transport and deposition of air pollution. | Pollutant
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  • ...y, information is provided concerning the amounts of pollutant releases to air, water and land as well as off-site transfers of waste and of pollutants in
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  • [[Category:Indoor air]] What are the health impacts of exposure to indoor air pollutants?
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  • includes information on measured concentrations in indoor and outdoor air. In addition data for concentrations in consumer products and measured pers ===[[Sources and source strengths of indoor air pollutants]]===
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  • ...rovided through Opasnet Base database. The review done Envie and in Indoor air & Health priorities study (IAHP) were used and these studies summarizes the
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  • ...the air-exchange rate of the building and/or the penetration factor of the pollutant. |category=Outdoor air
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  • ...athematics involved. The strength of these models is the simulation of air pollutant concentrations that may be well compared with results from experimental mea ...factors, outdoor concentration, room/building volume, indoor surface area, air exchange rate, deposition/adsorption rate.
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  • [[Category:Indoor air]] ...door Air Pollution Exposure. EnVIE project (Co-ordination Action on Indoor Air Quality and Health Effects; Project no. SSPE-CT-2004-502671) Deliverable 2.
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  • [[Category:Indoor air]], Pollutant = "Indoor.dampness") # This is needed because the Pollutant column is missing from the data table.
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  •–5 July 2002, Monterey, CA, Vol 4 (Levin H, ed). Santa Cruz, CA:Indoor Air, 473–476 #ECA Report No. 7: Indoor air pollution by Formaldehyde in European countries, 1990,
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  • ...ean air quality directive 2008/50/EC; setting of WHO guidelines for indoor air quality (WHO, 2010b)). ...n of the range of estimates of the excess lifetime risk of leukaemia at an air concentration of 1 µg/m3 is estimated to be 6 × 10-6 (unit risk). This es
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  • ...sing materials. Exposures to lead originate from various sources including air, drinking water, food stuff as well as surfaces and consumer products. ...8; Lanphear et al., 2005; Selevan et al. 2003). Lead is a known neurotoxic pollutant affecting the development of the central nervous system of children and con
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  • ...6a,b) and it is the most thoroughly internationally reviewed environmental pollutant during the last decade. PM was selected in EBoDE due to its high public hea ...we followed the health impact assessment approach as laid out in the Clean Air For Europe (CAFE) project and based on WHO European Centre for Environment
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  • ...come? Chemosphere. 49, 1075–1091. (Smith, K.R. (1993). Fuel combustion, air pollution exposure, and health: The situation in developing countries, Annu ...nd application to perchloroethylene exposure from dry cleaners, Journal of Air &amp; Waste Management Association 50, 1700-1703.
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  • Estimated annual average concentrations of air pollutants emitted from the plants in the ...r management process (data from the Regional Waste Authority) and specific air emission factors (see Annex 2), estimates of the total amount of pollutants
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  • #Jantunen MJ. et al. 1999. Final report: air pollution exposure in European cities: the EXPOLIS Study. #Jarnstrom H. et al. 2006. Reference values for indoor air pollutant concentrations in new, residential buildings in Finland. Atmos Environ 40:7
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  • #Jantunen MJ. et al. 1998. Air pollution exposure in European cities: the EXPOLIS-study. J Exposure Anal E #Stranger M. et al. 2007. Comparative overview of indoor air quality in Antwerp, Belgium. Environ Int 33:789–97.
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  • facet_grid(Pollutant ~ RenovationPolicy, scale = "free_y") + theme_gray(base_size = BS) + facet_grid(Pollutant ~ FuelPolicy, scale = "free_y") + theme_gray(base_size = BS) +
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  • mortality for the three domains of physical activity, air pollution (exposure deaths from road traffic incidents and 0.13 deaths from air pollution. As
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  • ...tter (PM2.5) emitted from domestic wood combustion and traffic in Finland. Air quality, atmosphere & health. Received: 29 October 2009 / Accepted: 8 Febru Exposure to air pollution, especially for fine particulate matter
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  • expert elicitation study performed by six European experts on air pollution health effects. The primary CAFE, Clean Air For Europe-program; CI, Confidence interval;
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  • ...ks, in order to ensure that children can live in an environment with clean air.<ref name="who">WHO Health and Environment in Europe: Progress Assessment, *Air pollution and especially particulate matter, causes significant health prob
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  • ...e fraction (iF) has been defined as the integrated incremental intake of a pollutant released from a source category or region summed over all exposed individua *BR = amount of air inhaled by the population of Finland in one year (20 m3/d * 365 d * Populat
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  • #oggplot(iF, x = "Area", fill = "Pollutant") + facet_wrap(~ Emission_height) ...calculate exposure in an assessment model (in µg/m<sup>3</sup> in ambient air average concentration).
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  • ...of ventilation (ach) based on the concentration of a pollutant in outdoor air of a specific location. The default values are for particulate matter. category:Maximal ventilation level (ach) to ensure safe level of outdoor pollutant indoors|
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  • ...have a certain level of cancer incidence after being exposed to a certain pollutant (e.g. pesticides). The burden of disease provides a comprehensive assessmen *Qinh is the daily average inhalation rate (in m3 air/d) for humans and
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  • ...nd a green (waste minimisation) strategy. In order to model dispersion of air pollutants, detailed emission data were needed for the 4 municipal waste in |rowspan="3"| Pollutant ||colspan="3"| Municipal waste incinerator || Landfill (flairing)<sup>3</su
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  • ...rid across the study areas. The box volume model was then run to estimate pollutant concentrations in each of the 4 x 4 km cells for the entire area of study, C = pollutant concentration in air (g/m<sup>3</sup>)
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  • ...l - a semi-Gaussian Lagrangian model, which is defined as the standard for air quality management purposes by local authorities in the UK. ...ry residential postcode centroid in Greater London (ca. 148,000), for each pollutant and scenario.
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  • While sophisticated dispersion or propagation models are available for air pollution and (to a lesser degree) other environmental media, these cannot ...ource cell was assigned 1 µg/m<sup>2</sup> emissions of an inert, gaseous pollutant species. Predicted values were obtained for a fine resolution receptor lat
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  • ...As with other industrial sources, the main exposure pathways are via the air, drinking water and food. Direct releases into the environment occur large ...le, and is ignored here. Intake fractions are thus estimated only for the air and food pathways. The former may be assumed to occur mainly in the near v
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  • ...tals (HMs). Revisions of the Air Quality Framework Directive and the Clean Air for Europe program CAFE will benefit from ESPREME results as the developmen * Improvement of models for the transport of HM in air, soil and water and their application to simulate the transport of HM in th
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  • ...eterminants of pollutant concentrations. Although developed primarily for air pollution, it can be adapted to a range of other types of pollution, such a Field of model: Ambient pollutant concentrations, averaged over periods of months to years.
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  • LUR is based on the principle that pollutant concentrations at any location depend on the environmental characteristics ...ated air pollution, and has since then become a widely used methodology in air pollution epidemiology. Previous studies have shown that, for relatively l
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  • ...model. Although most commonly used for PM and VOC source apportionment in air, it can equally be applied to other contaminants and environmental media, s ...e of a suite of statistical methods that can be used to apportion measured pollutant concentrations (or exposures or doses) to their sources, and to assess the
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  • ...on limit, but requires information on uncertainties in the measurements of pollutant loads at the sampled receptors. In addition the models are constrained to 2002 Source apportionment analysis of air quality monitoring data]: PhaseI.Final Report. Baltimore: Mid Atlantic/Nort
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  • CAR has been developed to estimate air pollution levels around city streets '''Field of model:''' Outdoor Air
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  • INDEX is a simple mass-balance model for estimating exposures to ambient air pollution in the indoor environment. It comprises two components: ...range of indoor exposures to outdoor-derived air pollution under different air pollution, climate or building design scenarios, as part of an integrated e
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  • ...eloped in relation to pollutants in environmental media. The amount of the pollutant absorbed, i.e. the "dose", depends on the duration and intensity of the exp ...nt. It includes physical phenomena that lack clear-cut boundaries, such as air, water, and climate, as well as energy, food, radiation, electric charge, a
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  • ..., which can determine the amount, duration, and pattern of exposure to the pollutant. ...E, exposure and dose data are intended to estimate how much of the certain pollutant it would take to cause varying degree of health effects that could lead to
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  • ...account of local meteorology for one year, for one unit emissions of each pollutant type. Distance-weighted kernel functions were then imputed from the disper For England, postcode locations were intersected with pollutant concentration grids to compute population weighted ward exposures. To asse
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  • ...lso the combination of chemical and other exposures (e.g. ozone in outdoor air and allergens in the home). ...used in epidemiological studies is to select an individual indicator (e.g. pollutant species), which characterises the mixture of interest. Ozone might thus be
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  • * Releases (e.g. emissions to air, water or soil); * Environmental concentrations or states (e.g. pollutant concentrations, extent and intensity of natural hazards) or the environment
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  • ...) they spend their time, and their more general lifestyle. In the case of air pollution, for example, living near busy roads or spending long hours in tr ...gical functions. For example, a young child may be susceptible to a given pollutant because detoxification processes are not yet fully developed. Such suscept
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  • ...Register (E-PRTR) which lists and maps all major emission sources to land, air and water. European (and global) databases are also available for several *emission inventories - e.g. the European Pollutant Release and Transfer Register (E-PRTR)
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  • Contaminant release represents the point at which a pollutant escapes from its source into the open environment. Release can occur from ...t specific sources (e.g. road transport, airports), release pathways (e.g. air, water) or pollutants (e.g. greenhouse gases, mercury). Links to many nati
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  • * population density as a proxy for exposure to urban air pollutants; ...nd may vary from one metric to another (see the example of traffic-related air pollution).
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  • ! Sources !! Pollutant !! Media !! Pathway !! Method !! Reference | Power plants || Primary and secondary PM || Air || Inhalation || CALPUFF dispersion model || Levy et al. 2003
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  • ...d on a smaller grid for local effects (e.g. traffic in cities). For indoor air pollution parameters were use on a country level including probability dist • Outdoor air pollutants: emissions of primary PM10 and primary PM2.5 including compounds
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  • be obtained to some extent from direct measurement - e.g. by monitoring pollutant concentrations at a sample of locations. A large number of databases exist ...odelling has evolved varies. Generally, modelling is better developed for air pollution than for other media. Further information on the approaches take
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  • ...oses of) pollutants. This is usually done by relating measurements of the pollutant from a sample of individuals or locations to putative sources, either by de ...has been especially used in recent years to analyse and manage sources of air pollution (notably particulate matter).
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  • ...of domestic waste production, traffic density, atmospheric emissions, air pollutant concentrations) ...ause of associated changes in behaviour. Policies aimed at reducing urban air pollution, for example, are often targetted at changing emissions from tran
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  • result from the absorbed dose or from irritation through contact of the pollutant with the boundary layer of the respiratory tract. Gaseous pollutants can r
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  • * [[Outdoor air temperature in Finland]] facet_grid(Pollutant ~ EnergySavingPolicy, scale = "free_y") + theme_gray(base_size = BS) +
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  • [[Category:Air pollution]] ...S]]''' is a monitoring study that measured the population exposures to key air pollutants in six European cities. Concentrations were measured in home ind
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  • || Household air heat pumps || {{yes}}|| {{no}}|| {{yes}}|| {{yes}}|| {{yes}}|| {{yes}}|| {{ || Household air conditioning || {{yes}}|| {{no}}|| {{yes}}|| {{yes}}|| {{yes}}|| {{yes}}||
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  • Kotitalouden ilmastointi||Household air conditioning Kotitalouden ilmalämpöpumppu||Household air heat pumps
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  • '''ISTE EBD''' is an Excel-based model for estimating disease burden of air pollutants. The name comes from the project ISTE (Ilmansaasteiden terveysva ...Geels probably from the EVA project. Concentration-response functions for air pollutants on several morbidity and mortality endpoints. This sheet is prob
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  • ...with climate change policies in Helsinki and disease burden disputes about air pollution. New topics will be chosen for the latter part of the project bas ...bout climate change policies in Helsinki and disease burden disputes about air pollution. They will be augmented by systematically describing and analysin
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  • How does the congestion charges affect the air quality in the cities? How much can levels of most common traffic air pollutants such as PM10, CO2 and NOx be reduced as a result of a congestion
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  • of causally dependent issues: Reduced dioxin emissions to air improve air quality and dioxin deposition into the Baltic Sea; this has a favourable ef uses. ''Variables'' contain substantive topics such as emissions of a pollutant, food consumption or other behaviour of an individual, or disease burden in
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  • to collect and summarise existing information on measurements of indoor air pollutants gathered in homes within the European Union. ...3 AIRMEX], [ THADE], [[EXPOLIS|Expolis]] and [https://cordi
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  • [[Category:Air pollution]] '''Air pollution emissions in Helsinki''' estimate direct air pollution emissions (including CO2eq) from the Helsinki area.
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