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The relationship between various exposure metrics for ...

The relationship between various exposure metrics for elongate mineral particles (EMP) in the taconite mining and processing industry J Occup Environ Hyg. 2014;11(9):613-24. doi: 10.1080/15459624.2014.890287. Authors Jooyeon Hwang 1 ...

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The Relationship Between Various Exposure Metrics for ...

2014-2-10  (2014). The Relationship Between Various Exposure Metrics for Elongate Mineral Particles (EMP) in the Taconite Mining and Processing Industry. Journal of

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The relationship between various exposure metrics for ...

The relationship between various exposure metrics for elongate mineral particles (EMP) in the taconite mining and processing industry Jooyeon Hwang, Gurumurthy Ramachandran, Peter C Raynor , Bruce H Alexander , Jeffrey H. Mandel

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The relationship between various exposure metrics for ...

The relationship between various exposure metrics for elongate mineral particles (EMP) in the taconite mining and processing industry. Jooyeon Hwang, Gurumurthy Ramachandran, Peter C. Raynor, Bruce H. Alexander, Jeffrey H. Mandel. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review.

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The Relationship Between Various Exposure Metrics for ...

The Relationship Between Various Exposure Metrics for Elongate Mineral Particles (EMP) in the Taconite Mining and Processing Industry February 2014 Journal of Occupational and Environmental ...

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The Relationship Between Various Exposure Metrics for ...

The Relationship Between Various Exposure Metrics for Elongate Mineral Particles (EMP) in the Taconite Mining and Processing Industry By Jooyeon Hwang (601528), Gurumurthy Ramachandran (71663), Peter C. Raynor (601529), Bruce H. Alexander (284700) and Jeffrey H. Mandel (71707)

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Comparing exposure metrics in the relationship between

2004-9-13  Comparing exposure metrics in the relationship between PM 2.5 and birth ... Prior investigators have not analyzed various air pollution exposure metrics in

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3 Exposure Assessment in Environmental Epidemiology ...

2 天前  Exposure to chemical and physical agents in the environment can produce a wide range of adverse health consequences. Environmental epidemiology attempts to determine whether a hazard exists—that is, whether there is a causal relation between

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Dose – Exposure – Response Relationships: the Basis of ...

- the relationship between dose and exposure is linear and exposure decays exponentially over time. - with increasing exposure, the response increases to a plateau, beyond which no further increase is observed: e.g. an Emax model. - the sources of variability can be

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Understanding Performance Metrics For Classifiers

2021-11-1  Understanding Performance Metrics For Classifiers. While evaluating the overall performance of a model gives some insight into its quality, it does not give much insight into how well models perform across groups nor where errors truly reside. To better understand the outcomes of a model, the What-If Tool provides a confusion matrix for ...

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Dose – Exposure – Response Relationships: the Basis of ...

- the relationship between dose and exposure is linear and exposure decays exponentially over time. - with increasing exposure, the response increases to a plateau, beyond which no further increase is observed: e.g. an Emax model. - the sources of variability can be

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The relationships between short-term exposure to ...

2013-1-31  The variable β j denotes the relationship between exposure metric j and mortality risk. Each exposure metric was modeled separately. We examined the effect of each exposure metric of PM 10 with single day lags of the same day (lag0) and previous days (lag1, lag2 and lag3) and cumulative lags (lag01, lag02 and lag03). All analyses were ...

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Comparing exposure metrics in the relationship between

Downloadable! Although studies suggest that air pollution is linked to perinatal outcomes, the geographic characterization of exposure to pollution differs between the studies. Thus, we compared neighborhood and county-level measures of air pollution exposure, while examining the association between particulate matter less than 2.5 micrometers in aerodynamic diameter (PM2.5) and birth weight ...

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MATHEMATICAL RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN METRICS OF

2017-7-21  between the various metrics of bioaccumulation. In the interest of simplicity, we first assume that rates of growth and biotransformation are negligible. We use volumetric units such as mol/m3 rather than conventional mass (mol/kg) units to simplify the equations and render the metrics dimensionless. Conversionstounitsofmol/kgorg ...

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Understanding Performance Metrics For Classifiers

2021-11-1  Understanding Performance Metrics For Classifiers. While evaluating the overall performance of a model gives some insight into its quality, it does not give much insight into how well models perform across groups nor where errors truly reside. To better understand the outcomes of a model, the What-If Tool provides a confusion matrix for ...

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Personality traits and trauma exposure: The relationship ...

Aside from the exposure itself, numerous factors are relevant for the development of emotional distress following a traumatic event. The present study aimed to examine the relationship between the six HEXACO personality traits and PTSD symptoms, stress, and negative affect following traumatic cues.

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Using Supplemental Noise Metrics to describe Aircraft ...

2012-10-11  The relationship predicts the maximum percent of people likely to be awakened by a single event for a given indoor Sound Exposure Level, or SEL. One significant weakness of this guidance is that the relationship predicts awakening for only a single event for only an average person; it does not predict what happens over the course

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3 Exposure Assessment in Environmental Epidemiology ...

2 天前  Exposure to chemical and physical agents in the environment can produce a wide range of adverse health consequences. Environmental epidemiology attempts to determine whether a hazard exists—that is, whether there is a causal relation between

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Explore the Metrics > Measuring Stakeholder Capitalism ...

Explore the Metrics. This set of 21 core and 34 expanded metrics and disclosures were published in September of 2020, in the World Economic Forum report Measuring Stakeholder Capitalism: Towards Common Metrics and Consistent Reporting of Sustainable Value Creation.Focused on four themes, People, Planet, Prosperity and Principles of Governance ...

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Short-term effects of various ozone metrics on ...

Background. Short-term exposure to ambient air pollution has been associated with lower pulmonary function and higher blood pressure (BP). However, controversy remains regarding the relationship between ambient multiple daily ozone (O 3) metrics and cardiopulmonary health outcomes, especially in the developing countries.

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Comparing Exposure Zones by Different Exposure Metrics ...

2010-6-28  The efficiency of zonings to detect an exposure–response relationship in an epidemiologic study can be assessed using statistical parameters, such as contrast between zones and precision within a zone (Kromhout and Heederik, 1995).Here, a zone refers to an exposure zone that contains a set of specific locations expected to have similar particle concentrations.

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Risk of lung cancer in relation to various metrics of ...

2018-12-19  Few epidemiologic findings are as well established as the association between smoking and lung cancer. It is therefore somewhat surprising that there is not yet a clear consensus about the exposure-response relationships between various metrics of smoking and lung cancer risk. In part this is due to heterogeneity of how exposure-response results have been presented and the relative paucity

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The relationships between short-term exposure to ...

2013-1-31  The variable β j denotes the relationship between exposure metric j and mortality risk. Each exposure metric was modeled separately. We examined the effect of each exposure metric of PM 10 with single day lags of the same day (lag0) and previous days (lag1, lag2 and lag3) and cumulative lags (lag01, lag02 and lag03). All analyses were ...

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The importance of the exposure metric in air pollution ...

2015-6-27  In addition, collaboration between exposure scientists and epidemiologists should be encouraged from the beginning to the end of the study (Cefalu and Dominici 2014), so that exposure scientists can provide input on the feasibility of using various exposure metrics (e.g., indicators of AER or indoor infiltration rates derived using mechanistic ...

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3 Exposure Assessment in Environmental Epidemiology ...

2 天前  Exposure to chemical and physical agents in the environment can produce a wide range of adverse health consequences. Environmental epidemiology attempts to determine whether a hazard exists—that is, whether there is a causal relation between

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Dose – Exposure – Response Relationships: the Basis of ...

- the relationship between dose and exposure is linear and exposure decays exponentially over time. - with increasing exposure, the response increases to a plateau, beyond which no further increase is observed: e.g. an Emax model. - the sources of variability can be

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The Relationship between the Occupational Exposure of ...

2014-6-3  Trichloroethylene (TCE) has been widely used as a degreasing agent in many manufacturing industries. Recently, the International Agency for Research on Cancer presented “sufficient evidence” for the causal relationship between TCE and kidney cancer. The aim of this study was to review the epidemiologic evidences regarding the relationship between TCE exposure and kidney cancer in

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MATHEMATICAL RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN METRICS OF

2017-7-21  between the various metrics of bioaccumulation. In the interest of simplicity, we first assume that rates of growth and biotransformation are negligible. We use volumetric units such as mol/m3 rather than conventional mass (mol/kg) units to simplify the equations and render the metrics dimensionless. Conversionstounitsofmol/kgorg ...

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When the Blood Glucose and the HbA Don t Match:

2012-11-20  ence in the relationship between HbA 1c and glucose tolerance between persons of different races, most notably African ... the various metrics are a quantification of ... 1c intoinformationabout glucose exposure (blood glucose) and in-formation about the processes by which HbA 1c is formed (the metric). These pro-cesses are impacted by factors ...

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Understanding Performance Metrics For Classifiers

2021-11-1  Understanding Performance Metrics For Classifiers. While evaluating the overall performance of a model gives some insight into its quality, it does not give much insight into how well models perform across groups nor where errors truly reside. To better understand the outcomes of a model, the What-If Tool provides a confusion matrix for ...

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