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Opportunities and challenges for personal heat exposure research

Abstract The first objective of this work was to catalyze discussion of the role of personal heat exposure information in research and risk assessment. The second objective was to provide guidance regarding the operationalization of personal heat exposure research methods.
Contributor ASU / UMass / Virginia Tech / University of Washington / University of Tennessee / Oregon Health Authority / Johns Hopkins University / Florida State University / UC San Diego
Subject personal exposure / wearable sensors / health / thermal comfort
Type Text
Extent Not place-based
Language English
Rights All Rights Reserved
Citation Kuras, E.R., Bernhard, M., Calkins, M., Ebi, K., Hess, J., Kintziger, K., Jagger, M., Middel, A., Scott, A.A., Spector, J. and Uejio, C., 2017. Opportunities and challenges for personal heat exposure research. Environmental Health Perspectives, 85001, p.1.
Collaborating Institutions Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
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