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Effect of airborne particulate matter of 2.5mum or less on preterm birth: A national birth cohort study in China

TitleEffect of airborne particulate matter of 2.5mum or less on preterm birth: A national birth cohort study in China
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsLi, Q, Wang, YY, Guo, Y, Zhou, H, Wang, X, Wang, Q, Shen, H, Zhang, Y, Yan, D, Zhang, Y, Zhang, H, Li, S, Chen, G, Lin, L, Zhao, J, He, Y, Yang, Y, Xu, J, Wang, Y, Peng, Z, Wang, HJ, Ma, X
JournalEnviron Int
Volume121
Pagination1128-1136
Date PublishedDec
ISBN Number0160-4120
Accession Number30352698
KeywordsBirth cohort, preterm birth, Satellite-based PM(2.5) and PM(10) predictions
Abstract

BACKGROUND: Most evidences regarding ambient PM2.5 or PM10 (particulate matter of median aerodynamic diameter