Guidance on survey design for human exposure assessment locations (HEAL studies / prepared by Mel Kollander
Kollander, Mel, World Health Organization. Prevention of Environmental Pollution Unit & United Nations Environment Programme. (1993). Guidance on survey design for human exposure assessment locations (HEAL studies / prepared by Mel Kollander. Nairobi : United Nations Environment Programme. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/58897
42 p. + Annexes.
Gov't Doc #WHO/PEP/92.6. Unpublished
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