Timothy V. Larson focuses on Air pollution, Particulates, Aerosol, Atmospheric sciences and Asthma. Timothy V. Larson interconnects Environmental chemistry, Environmental exposure, Environmental health and Pollution in the investigation of issues within Air pollution. The study incorporates disciplines such as Meteorology, Air quality index, Fossil fuel, Dust storm and Particle number in addition to Particulates.
His Aerosol research focuses on subjects like Sulfate, which are linked to Sulfuric acid, Inorganic chemistry and Nitrate. His Atmospheric sciences study incorporates themes from Infiltration, Probability distribution, Environmental engineering and Mode. Timothy V. Larson combines subjects such as Surgery, Confidence interval, COPD, Respiratory system and Pediatrics with his study of Asthma.
Timothy V. Larson mainly focuses on Air pollution, Particulates, Environmental engineering, Atmospheric sciences and Aerosol. His Air pollution research incorporates themes from Environmental health, Meteorology, Air quality index, Sampling and Pollution. Timothy V. Larson focuses mostly in the field of Environmental health, narrowing it down to matters related to Asthma and, in some cases, Confidence interval.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Environmental chemistry, Air pollutants, Environmental exposure and Diesel exhaust. His Atmospheric sciences study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as NOx and Spatial variability. His Aerosol research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mineralogy, Particle size, Sulfate, Sulfuric acid and Relative humidity.
His main research concerns Air pollution, Ultrafine particle, Air quality index, Principal component analysis and Sampling. His studies in Air pollution integrate themes in fields like Statistics, Spatial analysis, Confidence interval and Environmental engineering. He has researched Air quality index in several fields, including Metallurgy and Particulates.
His study in Particulates is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ventricle, Biological particles, Mineralogy, Environmental exposure and Particle size. In his study, Dynamometer, Atmospheric sciences, Diesel fuel, Gasoline and Truck is inextricably linked to Particle number, which falls within the broad field of Principal component analysis. His Sampling research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Meteorology and Health effect.
His primary areas of investigation include Air pollution, Ultrafine particle, Confidence interval, NOx and Pollutant. Timothy V. Larson merges many fields, such as Air pollution and Air monitoring, in his writings. His Confidence interval research includes elements of Cell activation, Sex characteristics, Socioeconomic status and Proportional hazards model.
His NOx research integrates issues from Meteorology, Principal component analysis and Particle number. Pollutant is closely attributed to Atmospheric sciences in his study. His Pollution research focuses on Physical geography and how it connects with Particulates.
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Particulate Air Pollution and Hospital Emergency Room Visits for Asthma in Seattle
Joel Schwartz;Daniel Slater;Timothy V. Larson;William E. Pierson.
The American review of respiratory disease (1993)
Pembrolizumab versus paclitaxel for previously treated, advanced gastric or gastro-oesophageal junction cancer (KEYNOTE-061): a randomised, open-label, controlled, phase 3 trial
Kohei Shitara;Mustafa Özgüroğlu;Yung-Jue Bang;Maria Di Bartolomeo.
The Lancet (2018)
Associations between air pollution and mortality in Phoenix, 1995-1997.
Therese F. Mar;Gary A. Norris;Jane Q. Koenig;Timothy V. Larson.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2000)
An association between fine particles and asthma emergency department visits for children in Seattle.
Gary Norris;Sharon N. YoungPong;Jane Q. Koenig;Timothy V. Larson.
Environmental Health Perspectives (1999)
Association between air pollution and coronary artery calcification within six metropolitan areas in the USA (the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis and Air Pollution): a longitudinal cohort study
Joel D Kaufman;Sara D Adar;R Graham Barr;Matthew Budoff.
The Lancet (2016)
Effects of ambient air pollution on nonelderly asthma hospital admissions in Seattle, Washington, 1987-1994.
Lianne Sheppard;Drew Levy;Gary Norris;Timothy V. Larson.
Associations between health effects and particulate matter and black carbon in subjects with respiratory disease.
Karen L. Jansen;Timothy V. Larson;Jane Q. Koenig;Therese F. Mar.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2005)
Source apportionment of PM2.5 at an urban IMPROVE site in Seattle, Washington.
Naydene N. Maykut;Joellen Lewtas;Eugene Kim;Timothy V. Larson.
Environmental Science & Technology (2003)
Wood Smoke: Emissions and Noncancer Respiratory Effects
Timothy V. Larson;Jane Q. Koenig.
Annual Review of Public Health (1994)
Episodes of high coarse particle concentrations are not associated with increased mortality.
Joel Schwartz;Gary Norris;Tim Larson;Lianne Sheppard.
Environmental Health Perspectives (1999)
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