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|Title:||Air Pollution Exposure in European Cities: The "Expolis" Study.|
|Authors:||JANTUNEN M.j.; KATSOUYANNI K.; KUENZLI Nino; LEBRET Erik; MARONI Marco; SAARELA Kristina; SRAM Radim; ZMIROU Denis|
|Citation:||Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||EXPOLIS is a European multicenter study for measurement of air pollution exposures of working age populations. The selected urban areas are Athens, Basel, Grenoble, Helsinki, Milan and Prague. The main objectives of EXPOLIS are: to assess the exposures of European urban populations to major air pollutants; to analyze the personal and environmental determinants and inter-relationshipsto these exposures; to develop an European database for simulation of air pollution exposures. These objectives are pursued by measuring the personal exposures, home indoor and outdoor workplace levels of PM2.5, VOCs and CO of approx. 500 subjects representing the urban target populations.|
|JRC Directorate:||Joint Research Centre Historical Collection|
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