Guidelines for concentration and exposure-response measurement of fine and ultra fine particulate matter for use in epidemiological studies / edited by Dietrich Schwela, Lidia Moawska, Dimitrios Kotzias
Schwela, Dietrich H, Morawska, Lidia, Kotzias, Dimitrios & World Health Organization. Dept. of Protection of the Human Environment. (2002). Guidelines for concentration and exposure-response measurement of fine and ultra fine particulate matter for use in epidemiological studies / edited by Dietrich Schwela, Lidia Moawska, Dimitrios Kotzias. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/67338
DescriptionAn outcome of the WHO and JRC Expert Task Force Meeting held in Ispra, Italy, November 2000
Published on behalf of the European Commission Joint Research Centre; jointly published with the European Communities
Gov't Doc #EUR 20238
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