Near-highway pollutants in motor vehicle exhaust: A review of epidemiologic evidence of cardiac and pulmonary health risks.

Brugge, Doug.
Durant, John L.
Rioux, Christine.
2007

Abstract: There is growing evidence of a distinct set of freshly-emitted air pollutants downwind from major highways, motorways, and freeways that include elevated levels of ultrafine particulates (UFP), black carbon (BC), oxides of nitrogen (NOx), and carbon monoxide (CO). People living or otherwise spending substantial time within about... read more

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Brugge, Doug, John L. Durant, and Christine Rioux. "Near-highway pollutants in motor vehicle exhaust: A review of epidemiologic evidence of cardiac and pulmonary health risks." Environmental Health 6, no. 1 (12, 2007): 1-12.
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