New Research on Residential Secondhand Smoke Exposure

Two new research papers on the simulation of exposure to secondhand smoke occurring in residences are being published in the journal Atmospheric Environment, authored by Dr. Neil Klepeis and Prof. William Nazaroff. (links: 1 , 2).

These papers contain detailed simulation results of likely exposures that can occur in homes for a variety of ventilation conditions and occupant behavior patterns.

You can now download the article post-prints FOR FREE from the University of California e-Scholarship repository by clicking on the following links.

(1) Klepeis and Nazaroff (2006) Modeling Residential Exposure to Secondhand Tobacco Smoke. Atmospheric Environment. 40 (23): 4393-4407

(2) Klepeis and Nazaroff (2006) Mitigating Residential Exposure to Secondhand Tobacco Smoke. Atmospheric Environment. 40 (23): 4408-4422.

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