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Characterizing the Range of Children’s Pollutant Exposure During School Bus Commutes
Dennis R. Fitz (au); Arthur M. Winer (au); Steven Colome (au). This is the Final Report prepared for the Calif. Air Resources Board. Because children’s lungs are still developing & children are more susceptible to adverse health effects from air pollution, potentially high pollutant exposures during school bus commutes are of concern. Studies of pollutant concentrations inside vehicles show high exposures are typical, but few studies have attempted to characterize concentrations on-board & near school buses. This study’s main purpose was to determine the range of children’s exposures during their bus commutes, with an emphasis on determining the specific factors & conditions leading to high exposures & comparing the effects of different bus & traffic characteristics & bus operating conditions. Tables.
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