Associations Between Ambient PM2.5 Concentrations and Respiratory Symptoms in Melbourne, 1998-2005
Particulate matter (PM) has been widely associated with adverse effects on respiratory health, both overseas and in Australia. This study aimed to investigate the impacts of ambient particles of <2.5 μm diameter (PM2.5) in Melbourne on adverse respirator
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