This literature library is intended as a resource for students, researchers and practitioners interested in the area of transportation and health, especially the impact of transportation emissions and air pollution on human health. It currently contains a reference list of over 1,000 scientific studies addressing the full-chain of events between transportation pollution sources and health impacts, in addition to technologies and disruptors, shown in the figure below. The literature library tabulates several attributes for each study, including the citation details, the publication type, topic area(s), and type(s) of study. This reference list will be periodically updated to include new studies as they become available.
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Haneen Khreis led the development of this library, in collaboration with other CARTEEH researchers. Please direct any questions, requests or suggestions to Haneen Khreis at [email protected].
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All rights reserved. © Texas A&M Transportation Institute and Center for Advancing Research in Transportation Emissions, Energy, and Health. Please cite as Khreis et al. (2023). Transportation Emissions, Air Pollution, Exposures and Health. In preparation.