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An Emprical Model for Assessing Daily Bushfire Community Smoke Exposure Over Large Geographic Areas
An Emprical Model for Assessing Daily Bushfire Community Smoke Exposure Over Large Geographic Areas
18 Aug 2015
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An Emprical Model for Assessing Daily Bushfire Community Smoke Exposure Over Large Geographic Areas

The Smoke Impacts project has three major streams.
(1) Assessing direct health impacts of exposure to bushfire smoke in clinical studies;
(2) Evaluating community perceptions of planned burn and bushfire smoke; and
(3) Evaluating novel ways of measuring smoke exposure over wide geographic areas for use in epidemiological studies. Parts (1) and (2) have been presented previously. Here we present results from part (3).

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Sarah Henderson; Jiayun Yao
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