James A. Mulholland mainly investigates Air pollution, Air quality index, Environmental health, Environmental chemistry and Particulates. His research in Air pollution intersects with topics in Pollutant and Emergency medicine. His Pollutant study combines topics in areas such as Criteria air contaminants and Spatial variability.
His work deals with themes such as Medical emergency and Aerosol, which intersect with Air quality index. His research investigates the connection between Environmental health and topics such as Pediatrics that intersect with issues in Ambient air pollution, Asthma, Respiratory system and Young adult. His Particulates research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Oxidative stress and Air pollutants.
His primary scientific interests are in Air pollution, Pollutant, Air quality index, Environmental health and Environmental chemistry. The various areas that he examines in his Air pollution study include Statistics, Seasonality, Particulates and Environmental engineering. In his study, NOx is inextricably linked to Ozone, which falls within the broad field of Pollutant.
His Air quality index study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Exposure assessment and Aerosol. James A. Mulholland combines subjects such as Asthma and Ambient air pollution with his study of Environmental health. James A. Mulholland works mostly in the field of Environmental chemistry, limiting it down to concerns involving Persistent organic pollutant and, occasionally, Dibenzofuran.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Pollutant, Air pollution, Air quality index, Environmental chemistry and CMAQ. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Pollutant, Acid rain is strongly linked to Clean Air Act. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Chemical transport model, Ozone, Environmental health, Cardiorespiratory fitness and Spatial distribution.
His research investigates the connection with Environmental health and areas like Asthma which intersect with concerns in Socioeconomic status and Pediatrics. The subject of his Air quality index research is within the realm of Meteorology. His research integrates issues of Biomass burning, Oxidative stress and Particulates in his study of Environmental chemistry.
His primary areas of investigation include Pollutant, Air pollution, Air quality index, CMAQ and Environmental health. His Pollutant research incorporates themes from Air pollutant concentrations, Statistical model, Environmental chemistry, NOx and Sensor fusion. His work on Air pollutants as part of general Air pollution research is often related to Phone and Estimation, thus linking different fields of science.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Statistics, Kriging and Process management in addition to Air quality index. His studies deal with areas such as Socioeconomic status, Asthma and Ambient air pollution as well as Environmental health. His Asthma research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Environmental epidemiology and Pediatrics.
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Ambient air pollution and respiratory emergency department visits.
Jennifer L. Peel;Paige E. Tolbert;Mitchel Klein;Kristi Busico Metzger.
Ambient air pollution and cardiovascular emergency department visits.
Kristi Busico Metzger;Paige E. Tolbert;Mitchel Klein;Jennifer L. Peel.
Short-term Associations between Ambient Air Pollutants and Pediatric Asthma Emergency Department Visits
Matthew J. Strickland;Lyndsey A. Darrow;Mitchel Klein;W. Dana Flanders.
American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine (2010)
Air quality and pediatric emergency room visits for asthma in Atlanta, Georgia
P. E. Tolbert;J. A. Mulholland;D. L. Macintosh;D. L. Macintosh;Fan Xu.
American Journal of Epidemiology (2000)
Fine particle sources and cardiorespiratory morbidity: an application of chemical mass balance and factor analytical source-apportionment methods.
Jeremy A. Sarnat;Amit Marmur;Mitchel Klein;Eugene Kim.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2008)
Reactive Oxygen Species Generation Linked to Sources of Atmospheric Particulate Matter and Cardiorespiratory Effects.
Josephine T. Bates;Rodney J. Weber;Joseph Abrams;Vishal Verma.
Environmental Science & Technology (2015)
Air pollution and acute respiratory infections among children 0-4 years of age: an 18-year time-series study.
Lyndsey A. Darrow;Mitchel Klein;W. Dana Flanders;James A. Mulholland.
American Journal of Epidemiology (2014)
Ambient Air Pollution and Cardiovascular Emergency Department Visits in Potentially Sensitive Groups
Jennifer L. Peel;Jennifer L. Peel;Kristi Busico Metzger;Mitchel Klein;W. Dana Flanders.
American Journal of Epidemiology (2007)
Ambient Air Pollution and Preterm Birth: A Time-series Analysis
Lyndsey A. Darrow;Mitchel Klein;W Dana Flanders;Lance A. Waller.
Ambient Air Pollution and Birth Weight in Full-Term Infants in Atlanta, 1994―2004
Lyndsey A. Darrow;Mitchel Klein;Matthew J. Strickland;James A. Mulholland.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2010)
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