Air Quality Research Repository – Sort Option

This is a repository of (only) journal articles related to air pollution covering all the key subjects like emission inventories, emission factors, dispersion modeling, source apportionment, health impact studies, energy scenarios, etc. While the list is populated with India specific papers, a number of interesting and useful papers from other countries are also included. Follow the article links to the journal pages for full articles.

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Turner, M C; Cohen, A; Burnett, R T; Jerrett, M; Diver, W R; Gapstur, S M; Krewski, D; Samet, J M; C.A., III Pope

Interactions between cigarette smoking and ambient PM2.5 for cardiovascular mortality Journal Article

Environmental Research, 154 , pp. 304-310, 2017, (cited By 8).

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Tags: 80 and over; Cardiovascular Diseases; Cohort Studies; Female; Humans; Male; Middle Aged; Particulate Matter; Prospective Studies; Smoking; United States, Adult; Aged; Aged, ambient air; atmospheric pollution; cancer; cardiovascular disease; hazard assessment; health risk; mortality; particulate matter; pollution effect; pollution exposure; public health; smoking, particulate matter


Chowdhury, S; Dey, S

Cause-specific premature death from ambient PM2.5 exposure in India: Estimate adjusted for baseline mortality Journal Article

Environment International, 91 , pp. 283-290, 2016, (cited By 32).

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Tags: air quality; ambient air; cardiovascular disease; Gross Domestic Product; mortality; particulate matter; World Health Organization, Air quality; Diseases; Health; Health risks; Natural language processing systems; Particles (particulate matter); Pulmonary diseases, Ambient PM2.5 exposure; Baseline mortality adjustment; India; Level statistics; Premature death, Cause of Death; Female; Heart Diseases; Humans; India; Lung Neoplasms; Male; Mortality, Chronic Obstructive; Stroke, India, particulate matter, Premature; Particulate Matter; Pulmonary Disease, Risk perception


Marshall, J D; Apte, J S; Coggins, J S; Goodkind, A L

Blue Skies Bluer? Journal Article

Environmental Science and Technology, 49 (24), pp. 13929-13936, 2015, (cited By 7).

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Tags: Air policy; Concentration reduction; Emission reduction; Environmental health risks; EPA standards; Health benefits; Health improvements; Optimal policies, Air Pollution; Cardiovascular Diseases; Environmental Policy; Humans; Lung Diseases; Particulate Matter; Public Health; United States, ambient air; atmospheric pollution; cardiovascular disease; health risk; mortality; particulate matter; standard (regulation), concentration response; mortality; air pollution; analysis; Cardiovascular Diseases; environmental planning; epidemiology; human; legislation and jurisprudence; Lung Diseases; mortality; particulate matter; prevention and control; public health; toxicity; United States, Emission control; Environmental Protection Agency; Health; Risk perception, Health risks, particulate matter, United States

Apte, J S; Marshall, J D; Cohen, A J; Brauer, M

Addressing Global Mortality from Ambient PM2.5 Journal Article

Environmental Science and Technology, 49 (13), pp. 8057-8066, 2015, (cited By 163).

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Tags: Air Pollution; China; Europe; Forecasting; Humans; India; Lung Neoplasms; Models, Air quality, air quality; ambient air; concentration (composition); disease incidence; dose-response relationship; guideline; health risk; mortality; particulate matter; pollution exposure; World Health Organization, Ambient air quality; Concentration data; Demographic factors; Epidemiological transitions; Fine particulate matter; Interim guidelines; Nonlinear concentration; Particulate Matter, China; India; North America, Chronic Obstructive; Stroke, particulate matter, Population statistics, Premature; Myocardial Ischemia; North America; Particulate Matter; Pulmonary Disease, Theoretical; Mortality; Mortality