Applications of Exposure Assessment in Epidemiology
This chapter covers a broad range of topics concerning the measurement of environmental chemical exposures. The aim is to provide a general, systematic overview and guidance for the design of exposure assessment studies. Topics discussed include characteristics of exposure variation, exposure stability, sampling strategies, estimation of unmeasured exposures, and exposure assessment for epidemiology.
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