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2019
Cakmak S., Hebbern C., Vanos J., Crouse D.L, Tjepkema M..  2019.  Exposure to traffic and mortality risk in the 1991-2011 Canadian Census Health and Environment Cohort (CanCHEC). Environment International. 124:16-24.
2018
Cakmak S., Hebbern C., Pinault L., Lavigne E., Vanos J., Crouse D.L, Tjepkema M..  2018.  Associations between long-term PM2.5 and ozone exposure and mortality in the Canadian Census Health and Environment Cohort (CANCHEC), by spatial synoptic classification zone. Environment International. 111:200-211.
Wang Q., Benmarhnia T., Zhang H.H, Knibbs L.D, Sheridan P., Li C.C, Bao J.Z, Ren M., Wang S.H, He Y.L et al..  2018.  Identifying windows of susceptibility for maternal exposure to ambient air pollution and preterm birth. Environment International. 121:317-324.
Aakre S., Kallbekken S., Van Dingenen R., Victor D.G.  2018.  Incentives for small clubs of Arctic countries to limit black carbon and methane emissions. Nature Climate Change. 8:85-+.
2017
Lonsdale C.R, Hegarty J.D, Cady-Pereira K.E, Alvarado M.J, Henze D.K, Turner M.D, Capps S.L, Nowak J.B, Neuman A., Middlebrook A.M et al..  2017.  Modeling the diurnal variability of agricultural ammonia in Bakersfield, California, during the CalNex campaign. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 17:2721-2739.
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