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Wearable camera-derived microenvironments in relation to personal exposure to PM2.5

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Data regarding which microenvironments drive exposure to air pollution in low and middle income countries are scarce. Our objective was to identify sources of time-resolved personal PM2.5 exposure in peri-urban India using wearable camera-derived microenvironmental information. We conducted a panel study with up to 6 repeated non-consecutive 24 h measurements on 45 participants (186 participant-days). Camera images were manually annotated to derive visual concepts indicative of microenvironme...

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10.1016/j.envint.2018.05.021

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0000-0002-7713-8804
Publisher:
Elsevier Publisher's website
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Environment International Journal website
Volume:
117
Pages:
300-307
Publication date:
2018-05-17
Acceptance date:
2018-05-08
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1873-6750
ISSN:
0160-4120
Pmid:
29778830
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English
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pubs:908463
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uuid:6b89295e-7981-4118-b39d-35043da11f2d
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908463
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2019-02-08

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