Hyung Joo Lee
Hyung Joo Lee
California Air Resources Board
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A novel calibration approach of MODIS AOD data to predict PM2. 5 concentrations
HJ Lee, Y Liu, BA Coull, J Schwartz, P Koutrakis
Atmos. Chem. Phys 11 (15), 7991-8002, 2011
Assessing temporally and spatially resolved PM 2.5 exposures for epidemiological studies using satellite aerosol optical depth measurements
I Kloog, P Koutrakis, BA Coull, HJ Lee, J Schwartz
Atmospheric Environment 45 (35), 6267-6275, 2011
Prenatal exposure to fine particulate matter and birth weight: variations by particulate constituents and sources
ML Bell, K Belanger, K Ebisu, JF Gent, HJ Lee, P Koutrakis, BP Leaderer
Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.) 21 (6), 884, 2010
Associations of PM2. 5 Constituents and sources with hospital admissions: Analysis of four counties in connecticut and Massachusetts (USA) for persons≥ 65 years of age
ML Bell, K Ebisu, BP Leaderer, JF Gent, HJ Lee, P Koutrakis, Y Wang, ...
Environmental health perspectives 122 (2), 138, 2014
PM2. 5 exposure and birth outcomes: use of satellite-and monitor-based data.
A Hyder, HJ Lee, K Ebisu, P Koutrakis, K Belanger, ML Bell
Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.) 25 (1), 58-67, 2014
Use of satellite-based aerosol optical depth and spatial clustering to predict ambient PM 2.5 concentrations
HJ Lee, BA Coull, ML Bell, P Koutrakis
Environmental research 118, 8-15, 2012
Enhancing the Applicability of Satellite Remote Sensing for PM2.5 Estimation Using MODIS Deep Blue AOD and Land Use Regression in California, United States
HJ Lee, RB Chatfield, AW Strawa
Environmental science & technology 50 (12), 6546-6555, 2016
Daily Ambient NO2 Concentration Predictions Using Satellite Ozone Monitoring Instrument NO2 Data and Land Use Regression
HJ Lee, P Koutrakis
Environmental science & technology 48 (4), 2305-2311, 2014
Prediction of daily fine particulate matter concentrations using aerosol optical depth retrievals from the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES)
AA Chudnovsky, HJ Lee, A Kostinski, T Kotlov, P Koutrakis
Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 62 (9), 1022-1031, 2012
Sources of fine particulate matter and risk of preterm birth in Connecticut, 2000-2006: a longitudinal study.
G Pereira, ML Bell, HJ Lee, P Koutrakis, K Belanger
Environmental health perspectives 122 (10), 1117-1122, 2014
Spatial and temporal variability of fine particle composition and source types in five cities of Connecticut and Massachusetts
HJ Lee, JF Gent, BP Leaderer, P Koutrakis
Science of the Total Environment 409 (11), 2133-2142, 2011
Installation of platform screen doors and their impact on indoor air quality: Seoul subway trains
YS Son, JS Jeon, HJ Lee, IC Ryu, JC Kim
Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 64 (9), 1054-1061, 2014
Pregnancy and Lifetime Exposure to Fine Particulate Matter and Infant Mortality in Massachusetts, 2001–2007
JY Son, HJ Lee, P Koutrakis, ML Bell
American Journal of Epidemiology 186 (11), 1268-1276, 2017
Development of a model for particulate matter pollution in Australia with implications for other satellite-based models
G Pereira, HJ Lee, M Bell, A Regan, E Malacova, B Mullins, LD Knibbs
Environmental Research 159, 9-15, 2017
Assessment of primary and secondary ambient particle trends using satellite aerosol optical depth and ground speciation data in the New England region, United States
HJ Lee, CM Kang, BA Coull, ML Bell, P Koutrakis
Environmental research 133, 103-110, 2014
Spatial Variability of AERONET Aerosol Optical Properties and Satellite Data in South Korea during NASA DRAGON-Asia Campaign
HJ Lee, YS Son
Environmental science & technology 50 (7), 3954-3964, 2016
A novel control system for nitrogen dioxide removal and energy saving from an underground subway stations
YS Son, JH Jeong, HJ Lee, JC Kim
Journal of Cleaner Production 133, 212-219, 2016
PM2. 5 prediction modeling using MODIS AOD and its implications for health effect studies
HJ Lee, Y Liu, B Coull, J Schwartz, P Koutrakis
Epidemiology 22 (1), S215, 2011
Benefits of High Resolution PM2.5 Prediction using Satellite MAIAC AOD and Land Use Regression for Exposure Assessment: California Examples
HJ Lee
Environmental Science & Technology 53 (21), 12774-12783, 2019
Spatial analysis of concentrations of multiple air pollutants using NASA DISCOVER-AQ aircraft measurements: Implications for exposure assessment
HJ Lee, RB Chatfield, ML Bell
Environmental Research 160, 487-498, 2018
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