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Concerns About Adverse Health Effects of Diesel Engine Emissions (White Paper)

Publication number Date Published
08-02-032December 2008
VIEW NOW Concerns About Adverse Health Effects of Diesel Engine Emissions (White Paper) (Number of pages: 23) (Publication Size: 186KB)

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Author(s) Harriet Ammann, Matt Kadlec
Description This paper gives an overview of the health concerns about diesel emissions by exploring diesel exhaust’s composition, human exposure, adverse health effects, and health-protective exposure guidelines.
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Keywords exhaust, health, toxic, diesel engines, diesel

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