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Title: Modeling exposure of schoolchildren to traffic-related air pollution: short term, medium term and long term exposure
Authors: DONS, Evi 
Van Poppel, Martine
De Prins, Sofie
Koppen, Gudrun
Matheeussen, Christine
NAWROT, Tim 
INT PANIS, Luc 
Issue Date: 2012
Source: BIOMAQ 2012: Biomonitoring of Air Quality, Antwerp, Belgium, 12-14 November 2012
Abstract: Background and aims: In the HEAPS-study (Health Effects of Air Pollution in Antwerp Schools), the importance of the school location on children's exposure and health was investigated in Antwerp, Belgium, with a special focus on traffic-related air pollution. 130 children (6 to 12 years old) from 2 schools participated in a human biomonitoring study measuring oxidative stress, inflammation and cardiovascular markets. In this first part of the study detailed exposure estimates are constructed for all members of the cohort. In a second part, acute, subacute and long term health effects will be considered.
Document URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/14616
Category: C2
Type: Conference Material
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