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Forest Fires

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Updated June 2014

Search results for:Outdoor Air > Forest Fires

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Air Health BC.
Victoria, BC: BC Ministry of Environment and Interior Health Authority; 2010.
Arbex MA, Saldiva PHN, Pereira LAA, Braga ALF.
J Epidemiol Community Health. 2010;64(7):573-9.
BC Air Quality.
Victoria, BC: Government of British Columbia; 2010.
Danielsen PH, Loft S, Kocbach A, Schwarze PE, Møller P.
Mutation Research. 2009;674(1/2):116-22.
Delfino RJ, Brummel S, Wu J, Stern H, Ostro B, Lipsett M, et al.
Occup Environ Med. 2009;66(3):189-97.
Emmanuel S, Emmanuel SC.
Respirology. 2000;5(2):175-82.
Environment Canada.
Gatineau, QC: Environment Canada; 2010.
Frankenberg E, McKee D, Thomas D.
2005;42(1):109-29.
Hanninen OO, Salonen RO, Koistinen K, Lanki T, Barregard L, Jantunen M.
J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol. 2009;19(4):414-22.