TAB B – Bibliography

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Atkinson, R. W., H.R. Anderson, D.P. Strachan, J.M. Bland, S.A. Bremner, and A. Ponce de Leon, "Short-term associations between outdoor air pollution and visits to accident and emergency departments in London for respiratory complaints," European Respiratory Journal, vol. 13, 1999.

Ayres, J.G., "Potential Respiratory Effects of the Kuwaiti Oil Fires on the Population of Kuwait," The Environmental and Health Impact of the Kuwait Oil Fires, Proceedings of an International Symposium Held at the University of Birmingham, October 1991.

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Beeson, W. L., D.E. Abbey, and S.F. Knutsen, "Long-term concentrations of ambient air pollutants and incident lung cancer in California adults: results from the AHSMOG study," Environmental Health Perspectives, vol. 106, 1998.

Burnett, R. T., S. Cakmak, J.R. Brook, D. Krewski, "The role of particulate size and chemistry in the association between summertime ambient air pollution and hospitalization for cardiorespiratory diseases," Environmental Health Perspectives, vol. 105, 1997.

Cohen, A. J., "Outdoor air pollution and lung cancer," Environmental Health Perspectives, vol. 108, supplement 4, 2000.

Cohen, A. J., and C.A. Pope III, "Lung cancer and air pollution," Environmental Health Perspectives, vol. 103, supplement 8, 1995.

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Dockery, D. W., J.D. Spengler, L.M. Neas, F.E. Speizer, B.G.Ferris Jr., J.H. Ware, and B. Brunekreef, "An epidemiologic study of respiratory health status and indicators of indoor air pollution from combustion sources," in: Harper, J. P., ed. "Combustion processes and the quality of the indoor environment: transactions of an international specialty conference; September 1988; Niagara Falls, NY," Pittsburgh, PA: Air & Waste Management Association, 1989.

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Hyams, K.C., A.L. Bourgeois, J. Escamilla, J. Burans, and J.N. Woody, "The Navy Forward Laboratory During Operations Desert Shield/Desert Storm," Military Medicine, vol. 158, 1993.

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Tolbert, P. E., M. Klein, K.B. Metzger, W.D. Flanders, K. Todd, J.A. Mulholland, P.B. Ryan, H. Frumkin, "Interim results of the study of particulates and health in Atlanta (SOPHIA)," Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology, vol. 10, 2000.

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US Army Environmental Hygiene Agency, "Final Report – Kuwait Oil Fire Risk Assessment," No. 39-26-1192, February 1994.

US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command, "Metabolic Cost of Military Physical Tasks in MOPP 0 and MOPP 4," US Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine, Natick, Massachusetts, April 1995.

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