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Using geocoded data to assign environmental exposures


People's exposure to adverse environmental hazards like air pollution and noise is highly dependent on where they live. This is also true for exposures that may be beneficial, like green spaces. This project will use geocoded data from the ALSWH and MatCH studies (i.e. latitude and longitude of each residential address) to develop an exposure database that will then be available to ALSWH researchers to assess the associations between environmental exposures and health outcomes in these cohorts.