Health impacts from traffic related air pollution in Danish urban areas

Jes Fenger, Steen Solvang Jensen & Poul Bo Larsen
In most of the European cities air pollution has changed in recent years; previously the most serious problem was sulphur dioxide and soot from minor domestic heating plants; this has largely been solved by introduction of cleaner fuels and change in infrastructure. Now the increasing traffic emissions, notably of nitrogen oxides and volatile organic compounds, with the ensuing photochemical air pollution, attract most attention. Denmark has, for a series of geographical and meteorological reasons, relatively...
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