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Using PM2.5 concentrations to estimate the health burden from solid fuel combustion, with application to Irish and Scottish homes

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Galea KS, Hurley JF, Cowie H, Shafrir AL, Sanchez-Jiminez A, Semple S, Ayres JG & Coggins M (2013) Using PM2.5 concentrations to estimate the health burden from solid fuel combustion, with application to Irish and Scottish homes. Environmental Health, 12, p. 50. https://doi.org/10.1186/1476-069X-12-50

Abstract
BACKGROUND: This study estimates the potential population health burden from exposure to combustion-derived particulate air pollution in domestic settings in Ireland and Scotland. METHODS: The study focused on solid fuel combustion used for heating and the use of gas for cooking. PM2.5 (particulate matter with an aerodynamic diameter 

Journal
Environmental Health: Volume 12

StatusPublished
Author(s)Galea, K S; Hurley, J F; Cowie, H; Shafrir, A L; Sanchez-Jiminez, A; Semple, S; Ayres, J G; Coggins, M
Publication date31/12/2013
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