Exposure of Paris taxi drivers to automobile air pollutants within their vehicles

Zagury, Emmanuelle; Le Moullec, Yvon; Momas, Isabelle
June 2000
Occupational & Environmental Medicine;Jun2000, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p406
Academic Journal
Studies the exposure of Parisian taxi drivers to automobile air pollutants during their professional activity. Measurement of carbon monoxide (CO) content by a CO portable monitor; Influence of weather conditions on pollutant concentrations.


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