The Impact of Individual Mobility on Long-Term Exposure to Ambient PM2.5: Assessing Effect Modification by Travel Patterns and Spatial Variability of PM2.5

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(4), 2194.
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Qiang Pu
Qiang Pu
Ph.D. Candidate

Ph.D. candidate focuses on spatial-temporal modeling of ambient PM2.5 concentrations at high resolutions using remote sensing, GIS, and advanced statistical approaches.