The potential of human exposure assessment for air pollution regulation / by Kirk R. Smith
Smith, Kirk R & World Health Organization. Office of Global and Integrated Environmental Health. (1995). The potential of human exposure assessment for air pollution regulation / by Kirk R. Smith. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/59427
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DescriptionPublication of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Studies of Environmental Risk and Development
29 p. + appendix.
Gov't Doc #WHO/EHG/95.9. Unpublished
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Health-related air quality indicators and their application in health impact assessment in HEGIS : report on a WHO Consultation, Sosnowiec, Poland, 21-23 November 1995 World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/ICP/EHAZ 94 06/MT03, 1997)The evaluation of health risks to the population is associated with the information on exposures at an appropriate level of aggregation to the various air pollutants. It requires the assessment of their actual concentration levels in the air over time, the number of people exposed, including sensitive groups, and knowledge of the quantitative relationship between exposure and health effects. This means that during the whole process of environmental health impact assessment, the quality, reliability and consistency of the collected information ...