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Semple, S and Garden, C and Coggins, M and Galea, K S and Whelan, P and Cowie, H and Sánchez-Jiménez, A and Thorne, P S and Hurley, J F and Ayres, J G (2012) Contribution of solid fuel, gas combustion, or tobacco smoke to indoor air pollutant concentrations in Irish and Scottish homes. Indoor Air , 22 , (3) , pp. 212-223.

There are limited data describing pollutant levels inside homes that burn solid fuel within developed country settings with most studies describing test conditions or the effect of interventions. This study recruited homes in Ireland and Scotland where open combustion processes take place. Open combustion was classified as coal, peat, or wood fuel burning, use of a gas cooker or stove, or where there is at least one resident smoker.


Item Type:Article
Date:2012
Page Range:pp. 212-223
Publisher:Wiley
Volume:22
Number:3
EndNote:View
Accession Number:HRB (Not in collection)
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Subjects:B Substances > Tobacco (cigarette smoking)
B Substances > Tobacco (cigarette smoking) > Secondhand smoke (passive smoking)
G Health and disease > State of health > Physical health
L Social psychology and related concepts > Physical context or place
VA Geographic area > Europe > Ireland
VA Geographic area > Europe > United Kingdom > Scotland

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