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  • ...scribe the total exposure levels of humans to the measured pollutants. The data can be used to evaluate the level of indoor originated exposure by applying |category=Biomonitoring data
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  • :::::[[:Intarese:Emission data|Emissions]] ...citation|Expert panel/elicitation]]: The purpose is to obtain quantitative data about an important variable in a situation where there are no measurements
    19 KB (2,420 words) - 11:41, 24 October 2008
  • ...not called data but is the result of the other variable. Data can be "raw" data or accumulated to different degrees including e.g. the mean and the standar ==Data fact sheet==
    1 KB (165 words) - 09:35, 17 November 2009
  • === Data === ...ersonal communication, 2019-11-13.</ref>. There are no zero values in TCDD data but it is in the table for completion.
    25 KB (3,590 words) - 11:40, 18 November 2019
  • [[Category:Biomonitoring data]]
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  • [[Category:Biomonitoring data]]
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  • ...n through this interface. The knowledge management system accommodates the data produced in the previous studies and allows powerful way to utilize the inf The indoor exposure knowledge management system includes links to available data, tools and documents and also provides some processed information that has
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  • ==Data collected for INTERA== ...re reviewed in INTERA study too The description of the data and the actual data are accessible through the following pages.
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  • ...scribe the total exposure levels of humans to the measured pollutants. The data can be used to evaluate the level of indoor originated exposure by applying |category=Biomonitoring data
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  • ==Exposure data== In order to estimate health effects related to dioxin exposure, daily intake data were needed. This intake depends on eating habits, age, gender, body weight
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  • =Data= ...all these reasons, assessments require a range of contextual or background data, including:
    25 KB (3,200 words) - 19:02, 25 September 2014
  • === Data === Data is collected from the published articles and reports.
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  • Biomonitoring data were gathered for 1217 study participants living in the area, spread out ov ...n of predicted Cd<sub>blood</sub> levels with the measured values from the biomonitoring campaign. The red line indicates an ideal 1-1 correspondance between predic
    18 KB (2,880 words) - 20:19, 25 September 2014
  • ...to link external exposure data to specific biomarker data and to interpret biomonitoring results in terms of exposure routes and pathways. * time dependent data (by year):
    7 KB (1,141 words) - 14:13, 13 October 2014
  • ...rating on their use of integrated methodology, we want to focus on (i) the data information, (ii) integrated methodology and (iii) the potential that the i * Data information
    14 KB (1,834 words) - 15:01, 14 October 2014
  • ...tegrated monitoring need to establish mechanism for data sharing, improved data availability, accessibility, comparability, and enhanced exchange of inform * Planned and repeated data collection
    10 KB (1,440 words) - 15:01, 14 October 2014
  • ...lue can be identified. In INTARESE, the aim of link environment and health data is to better understand the cause and severity of how different environment There is no best method to do this yet. All methods that can be used to link data from multiple sources are research goal oriented.
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  • ==What are the challenges by integrating data from multiple sources?== ===Challenges on data issues in general===
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  • ...form of modelling, they may in some cases include indicators derived from biomonitoring. ...Since these weights cannot usually be defined on the basis of scientific data, they rely on some form of judgement; the quality of these judgements inevi
    11 KB (1,742 words) - 18:40, 14 October 2014
  • ==Finding and evaluating data== ...udies or surveys. Instead, in most cases, assessments have to make use of data that already exist, and to supplement or enhance these as necessary through
    34 KB (5,091 words) - 18:54, 14 October 2014
  • ...ile and variable population and inadequate environonmental and demographic data. In the face of these challenges, a wide range of methods of exposure asse These methods are not independent of each other. Monitoring data, for example, are generally required as inputs to models and to validate mo
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