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Title: Chapter three: methodology of exposure modeling
Authors: Moschandreas, DJ
Watson, J
D'Abreton, P
Scire, J
Zhu, T
Klein, W
Saksena, S
Keywords: Exposure assessment
Exposure models
Source attribution techniques
Source modeling approaches
Receptor model estimates
Human activity patterns
Particulate matter
Environmental sciences
Issue Date: Dec-2002
Publisher: Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd
Citation: Moschandreas, DJ, et al. 2002. Chapter three: methodology of exposure modeling. Chemosphere, vol. 49(9), pp 923-946
Abstract: In this chapter, the concept of exposure assessment and its evolution is introduced, and evaluated by critically appraising the pertinent literature as it applies to exposures to Particulate Matter (PM). Exposure measurement or estimation methodologies and models are reviewed. Three exposure/measurement methodologies are assessed. Estimation methods focus on source evaluation and attribution, sources include those outdoors and indoors as well as in occupational and in-transit environments. Fate and transport models and their inputs are addressed to estimate concentrations outdoors and indoors; source attribution techniques help focus on the contributing sources. Activity pattern techniques are also reviewed and their use in exposure models to estimate inhalation exposure to PM is presented. Deterministic, regression and other stochastic models of exposure to PM are reviewed and evaluated. Strengths, limitations, assumptions and affirmations of the use of exposure assessment as an integral component of risk assessment and risk management are discussed in the conclusions and discussions section of this work.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1538
http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1538
ISSN: 0045-6535
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