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Measurement and Source Apportionment of Human Exposures to Toxic Air Pollutants in the Minneapolis-St. Paul Metropolitan Area

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This project was developed to apportion the relative contributions of point, area, and mobile sources to measured ambient concentrations of selected toxic air pollutants (i.e., a suite of volatile organic compounds and PM2.5) in three communities in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area and to apportion the relative contributions of measured ambient (outdoor) concentrations and indoor residential concentrations to measured personal exposures for the selected air toxics in these same three communities.


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