Creating and Improving Geospatial Exposure Surfaces
Geospatial mapping procedures (modeling) can be used to represent a broad range of environmental conditions and resulting exposures. These include: greenspace, walkability, radiation, electromagnetic fields, pesticides, air, light and noise pollution. A range of methods are used to interpolate for generally limited amount of measurements through time and space in order to complete an exposure surface. However, the empirical nature of this modeling can create inconsistencies in the approaches used for different environmental determinants or different cities that may be yielding inconsistent health findings.
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