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Transboundary Air Toxics Study


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The purpose of this study was to evaluate the source types and pollutants which contribute to increased cancer risk from air pollution in the Southeast Michigan/Windsor area (the Transboundary region), as well as estimating deposition rates in the area. This study involved estimating emissions from various air pollutant sources and then estimating atmospheric dispersion of these emissions. The study then evaluated the cancer risk factor for each pollutant and also estimated the total cancer risk from all the pollutants combined. The total cancer incidence for the population of the area was also estimated.

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