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Work Package 2

Health effect assessment of particulate matter (PM) and its components, nanoparticles, and their source contributions

We will provide new inputs (potentially more appropriate exposure metrics for health studies) and exposure approaches with improved spatial resolution at the urban scale, which can be used for future health studies. Epidemiological analysis of readily available time series of mortality and morbidity and analysis of the oxidative potential of particulate matter components, along with source contributions, comprise the first evaluation of the added value of more advanced air quality characterization.

Furthermore, fine-scale maps of urban exposure to nanoparticles and other pollutants will be generated using urban scale models, mobile measurements, and smart sensors with citizen involvement linked to the participating air quality monitoring networks.

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Work Package 2

Health effect assessment of particulate matter (PM) and its components, nanoparticles, and their source contributions

We will assess the impact of nanoparticles on health- an important metric that has not been studied until now. In addition, we’ll study the changed composition of PM in our air.

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Deliverables

D9 (D2.1)

Best practices for evaluation of nanoparticles and health for application in pilots
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D10 (D2.2)

Evaluation new air quality metrics and health
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D11 (D2.3)

Harmonization of oxidative potential of particulate matter monitoring for application in pilots
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D12 (D2.4)

Added value of oxidative potential to assess health
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D13 (D2.5)

Description of methodology for mobile monitoring and citizen involvement
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D14 (D2.6)

Added value of mobile and citizens’ observations for urban mapping and health
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D15 (D2.7)

Best practices for upscaling air quality-health observations
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Deliverables

D2.1

Best practices for evaluation of nanoparticles and health for application in pilots
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D2.2

Evaluation new air quality metrics and health
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D2.3

Harmonization of oxidative potential of particulate matter monitoring for application in pilots
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D2.4

Added value of oxidative potential to assess health
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D2.5

Description of methodology for mobile monitoring and citizen involvement
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D2.6

Added value of mobile and citizens’ observations for urban mapping and health
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D2.7

Best practices for upscaling air quality-health observations
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Milestones

M8 (M2.1 + M2.3)

Multi-year datasets of daily air pollution and health, and of oxidative potential
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M9 (M2.2 + M2.4 + M2.6)

Demonstration analyses daily air pollution and health, oxidative potential and urban mapping
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M10 (M2.5)

Guidance document for mobile monitoring in RI-URBANS pilots
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M11 (M2.7)

Best practice document for roadmap upscaling
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Milestones

M2.1

Multi-year datasets of daily air pollution and health, and of oxidative potential
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M2.2

Demonstration analyses daily air pollution and health, oxidative potential and urban mapping
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M2.3

Guidance document for mobile monitoring in RI-URBANS pilots
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M2.4

Best practice document for roadmap upscaling
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