Measurement and Monitoring

The Measurement and Modelling group focuses on developing and implementing protocols for measurement of urban environmental features and exposures, with a focus on air quality, noise, temperature, greenspace and other neighbourhood characteristics, transportation mode and safety, and housing. In addition, the group works on acquiring data and applying models to characterize the current status of environmental exposures and the impacts of specific policy scenarios, to cities in the Pathways project.


Related Publications

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Lim S, Bassey E, Bos B, Makacha L, Varaden D, Arku RE, Baumgartner J, Brauer M, Ezzati M, Kelly F, Barratt B

Comparing human exposure to fine particulate matter in low and high-income countries: A systematic review of studies measuring personal PM 2.5 exposure

Science of The Total Environment, 833, pp. 155207, 2022.

Clark SN, Alli AS, Ezzati M, Brauer M, Toledano MB, Nimo J, Bedford-Moses J, Baah S, Hughes A, Cavanaugh A, Agyei-Mensah S, Owusu G, Robinson B, Baumgartner J, Bennett JE, Arku RE

Spatial modelling and inequalities of environmental noise in Accra, Ghana

Environmental Research, 214, no. Pt 2, pp. 113932, 2022, ISSN: 0013-9351.

Tseng TJ, Carter E, Yan, Chan Q, Elliott P, Ezzati M, Kelly F, Schauer JJ, Wu Y, Yang X, Zhao L, Baumgartner J

Household air pollution from solid fuel use as a dose-dependent risk factor for cognitive impairment in northern China

Scientific Reports, 12, no. 1, pp. 6187, 2022.

Wang J, Alli AS, Clark S, Hughes A, Ezzati M, Beddows A, Vallarino J, Nimo J, Bedford-Moses J, Baah S, Owusu G, Agyemang E, Kelly F, Barratt B, Beevers, Agyei-Mensah S, Baumgartner J, Brauer M, Arku RE

Nitrogen oxides (NO and NO2) pollution in the Accra metropolis: Spatiotemporal patterns and the role of meteorology

Science of The Total Environment, 803, pp. 149931, 2022.

Fussell JC, Kelly F

Mechanisms underlying the health effects of desert sand dust

Environment International, 157, pp. 106790, 2021.

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