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Manganese Emissions and Urban Incident Parkinson Disease: An Exploration of the Impact of Air Pollutant Databases on Exposure Misclassification
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This project aims to assemble a database for the manganese releases to air in the United States from the three available inventories furnished by the USEPA (TRI, NEI, NATA) and to reate a model to efficiently condition the data for different health effects studies and visualize the results of this conditioning. The project will also explore the exposure misclassification associated with using different sources of air pollutant emissions data for epidemiologic investigations relating adverse health outcomes with air pollutant concentrations.
Haddad, Kelsey, "Manganese Emissions and Urban Incident Parkinson Disease: An Exploration of the Impact of Air Pollutant Databases on Exposure Misclassification" (2014). GIS Posters. Poster 123.