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Topics in Environmental Epidemiology.

Kyle Steenland and David A. Savitz, Eds. (1997)

This volume is a comprehensive survey of the epidemiology of common environmental exposures. It covers diet, water, particulates in outdoor air, nitrogen dioxide, ozone, environmental tobacco smoke, radon in homes, electromagnetic fields, and lead. Design and analysis issues, risk assessment and meta-analysis, and future directions in environmental epidemiology also are discussed. Each chapter reviews the relevant literature and provides an overview of important methodological issues, particularly exposure assessment and statistical methods.

363 pages, hardcover Member $57: Nonmember: $66. Catalog #717.
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Publication:Journal of Environmental Health
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Jun 1, 2000
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