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Wood Smoke References and Links

Particulate Pollution and Health

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American Lung Association. State of the Air 2013: Particle Pollution.

Barrett J.R. (2016). Connecting PM2.5 Exposure to Insulin Resistance: Oxidative Stress May Be an Intermediate Step. Environmental  Health Perspectives, 124, A236.

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Cesaroni G., Francesco F., Stafoggia M., Andersen A.J., Badaloni C., Beelen R., Caracciolo B., de Faire U., Erbel R., Eriksen K.T., et al. (2014). Long Term Exposure to Ambient Air Pollution and Incidence of Acute Coronary Events: Prospective Cohort Study and Meta-Analysis in 11 European Cohorts from the ESCAPE Project. BMJ, 348:f7412.

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Desikan, A. (2017). Outdoor Air Pollution as a Possible Modifiable Risk Factor to Reduce Mortality in Post-Stroke Population. Neural Regeneration Research, 12(3), 351–353.

Desikan A., Crichton S., Hoang U., Barratt B., Beevers S.D., Kelly F.J., Wolfe C.D.A. (2016). Effect of Exhaust- and Nonexhaust-Related Components of Particulate Matter on Long-Term Survival After Stroke. Stroke, 47(12), 2916–2922.

Di Q., Wang Y., Zanobetti A., Wang Y., Koutrakis P., Choirat F.D., Schwartz J.D. (2017). Air Pollution and Mortality in the Entire Medicare Population. New England Journal of Medicine, 376, 2513–2522.

Dockery D., Pope C., Xu X., SpenglerJ., Ware J., et al. (1993). An Association Between Air Pollution and Mortality in Six U.S. Cities. The New England Journal of Medicine, 329(24), 1753–1759.

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Gehling W., Dellinger B. (2013). Environmentally Persistent Free Radicals and Their Lifetimes in PM2.5. Environmental Science & Technology, 47(15), 8172.

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Harrabi I., Rondeau V., Dartigues J., Tessier J,  Filleul L. (2006). Effects of Particulate Air Pollution on Systolic Blood Pressure: A Population-Based Approach. Environmental Research, 101(1), 89–93.

Huttunen K., Siponen T., Salonen I., Yli-Tuomi T., Aurela M., et al. (2012). Low-Level Exposure to Ambient Particulate Matter is Associated with Systemic Inflammation in Ischemic Heart Disease Patients. Environmental Research, 116, 44–51.

Jacobs L., Buczynska A., Walgraeve C., Delcloo A., Potgieter-Vermaak S., Van Grieken R., Demeestere K., Dewulf J., Van Langenhove H., De Backer H., Nemery B., Nawrot T.S. (2012). Acute Changes in Pulse Pressure in Relation to Constituents of Particulate Air Pollution in Elderly Persons. Environmental Research, 117, 60–67.

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Lepeule J., Laden F., Dockery D., Schwartz J. (2012). Chronic Exposure to Fine Particles and Mortality: An Extended Follow-up of the Harvard Six Cities Study from 1974 to 2009. Environmental Health Perspectives, 120(7), 965.

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Liu C., Xu X., Bai Y., Wang T.Y., Rao X., Wang A., Sun L., Ying Z., Gushchina L., Maiseyeu A., Morishita M., Sun Q., Harkema J.R., Rajagopalan S. (2014). Air Pollution–Mediated Susceptibility to Inflammation and Insulin Resistance: Influence of CCR2 Pathways in Mice. Environmental Health Perspectives, 122, 17–26.

Ljungman P., Mittleman M. (2014). Ambient Air Pollution and Stroke. Stroke, 45(12), 3734–3741.

Loeb M.B. (2003). Community-Acquired Pneumonia in Older People: The Need for a Broader Perspective. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 51(4), 539–543.

Matsuo R., Michikawa T., Ueda K., Ago T., Nitta H., Kitazono T., Kamouchi M. (2016). Short-Term Exposure to Fine Particulate Matter and Risk of Ischemic Stroke. Stroke, 47(12), 3032–3034.

McClellan R. (2002) Setting Ambient Air Quality Standards for Particulate Matter. Toxicology, 181, 329–347.

Migliore L., Coppedè F. (2009). Environmental-Induced Oxidative Stress in Neurodegenerative Disorders and Aging. Mutation Research/Genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis, 674(1), 73–84.

Miller K., Siscovick D., Sheppard L., Shepherd K., Sullivan J., et al. (2007). Long-Term Exposure to Air Pollution and Incidence of Cardiovascular Events in Women. The New England Journal of Medicine, 356(5), 447–458.

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Nelin T., Joseph A., Gorr M., Wold L. (2012). Direct and indirect effects of particulate matter on the cardiovascular system. Toxicology Letters, 208(3), 293–299.

Oberdörster G., Sharp Z., Atudorei V., Elder A., Gelein R., et al. (2004). Translocation of Inhaled Ultrafine Particles to the Brain. Inhalation Toxicology, 16(6–7), 437–445.

Ostro B., Wen-Ying G., Broadwin R., Green S., Lipsett M. (2007). The Effects of Components of Fine Particulate Air Pollution on Mortality in California: Results from CALFINE. Environmental Health Perspective, 115(1), 13–19.

Rosenthal F., Carney J., Olinger M. (2008). Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest and airborne fine particulate matter: a case-crossover analysis of emergency medical services data in Indianapolis, Indiana. Environmental Health Perspectives, 116(5), 631–636.

Roux J., Bard D., Le Pabic E., Segala C., Reis J., Ongagna J.C., de Sèze J., Leray E. (2017). Air Pollution by Particulate Matter PM10 May Trigger Multiple Sclerosis Relapses. Environmental Research, 156, 404–410.

Schneider A., Neas L., Herbst M., Case M., Williams R., Cascio W., et al. (2008). Endothelial Dysfunction: Associations with Exposure to Ambient Fine Particles in Diabetic Individuals. Environmental Health Perspectives, 116(12), 1666–1674.

Schneider A., Neas L., Graff D., Herbst M., Cascio W., Schmitt M., et al. (2010). Association of Cardiac and Vascular Changes with Ambient PM2.5 in Diabetic Individuals. Particle and Fibre Toxicology, 7, 14.

Schwartz J., Dockery D.W., Neas L.M. (1996). Is Daily Mortality Associated Specifically with Fine Particles? Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, 46(10), 927–939.

Shah A.S.V., Langrish J.P., Nair H., McAllister D.A., Hunter A.L., Donaldson K., Newby D.E., Mills N.L. (2013). Global Association of Air Pollution and Heart Failure: a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Lancet, 382(9897): 1039–1048.

Shaw J. (2005). Clearing the Air: How Epidemiology, Engineering, and Experiment Finger Fine Particles as Airborne Killers. Harvard Magazine, May-June 2005.

Shi L., Zanobetti A., Kloog I., Coull B., Koutrakis P., et al. (2016). Low-Concentration PM2.5 and Mortality: Estimating Acute and Chronic Effects in a Population-Based Study. Environmental Health Perspectives, 124(1), 46–52.

Shrey K., Suchit A., Deepika D., Shruti K., Vibha R. (2011). Air Pollutants: The Key Stages in the Pathway Towards the Development of Cardiovascular Disorders. Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology, 31(1), 1–9.

Totlandsdal A.I., Skomedal T., Låg M., Osnes J., Refsnes M. (2008). Pro-inflammatory Potential of Ultrafine Particles in Mono- and Co-Cultures of Primary Cardiac Cells. Toxicology, 247(1), 23–32.

Turner M., Krewski D., Pope 3rd C., Chen Y., Gapstur S., et al. (2011). Long-term Ambient Fine Particulate Matter Air Pollution and Lung Cancer in a Large Cohort of Never-Smokers. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 184(12), 1374–1381.

von Bornstaedt D., Kunz A., Endres M. (2014). Impact of Particulate Matter Exposition on the Risk of Ischemic Stroke: Epidemiologic Evidence and Putative Mechanisms. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, 34(2), 215–220.

Wellenius G., Schwartz J., Mittleman M. (2006).  Particulate Air Pollution and Hospital Admissions for Congestive Heart Failure in Seven United States Cities. The American Journal of Cardiology, 97(3), 404–408.

Wellenius G., Burger M., Coull B., Schwartz J., Suh H., et al. (2012).  Ambient Air Pollution and the Risk of Acute Ischemic Stroke. Archives of Internal Medicine, 172(3), 229–234.

Weuve J., Puett R., Schwartz J., Yanosky J., Laden F., et al. (2012). Exposure to Particulate Air Pollution and Cognitive Decline in Older Women. Archives of Internal Medicine, 172(3), 219–227.

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World Health Organization. Outdoor Air Pollution a Leading Environmental Cause of Cancer Deaths. Published online 2013.

Xu X., Liu C., Xu Z., Tzan K., Zhong M., et al. (2011). Long-term Exposure to Ambient Fine Particulate Pollution Induces Insulin Resistance and Mitochondrial Alteration in Adipose Tissue. Toxicological Sciences, 124(1), 88–98.

Zanobetti A., Schwartz J. (2002). Cardiovascular Damage by Airborne Particles: Are Diabetics More Susceptible? Epidemiology, 13(5), 588–592.

Zanobetti A., Dominici F., Wang Y., Schwartz J.D. (2014). A National Case-Crossover Analysis of the Short-term Effect of PM2.5 on Hospitalizations and Mortality in Subjects with Diabetes and Neurological Disorders. Environmental Health, 13(38).

 

Wood Smoke Is Particulate Pollution

 

Airparif and Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l'Environnement (2012). Source Apportionmnet of Airborne Particles in the Ile-de-France Region, Final Report.

Bari A., Baumbach G., Kuch B., Scheffknecht G. (2011). Air Pollution in Residential Areas from Wood-fired Heating. Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 11, 749–757.

Bari A., Baumbach G., Kuch B., Scheffknecht G. (2010). Temporal Variation and Impact of Wood Smoke Pollution on a Residential Area in Southern Germany. Atmospheric Environment, 44(31), 3823–3832.

Bari A., Bennett D., McKone T., Evans J., Nazaroff W., Margni M., Jolliet O., Smith K. (2002). Defining Intake Fraction. American Chemical Society.

Boman B.C., Forsberg A.B., Järvholm B.G. (2003). Adverse Health Effects from Ambient Air Pollution in Relation to Residential Wood Combustion in Modern Society. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health, 29(4), 251–260.

Borrego C., Valente J., Carvalho A., Sá E., Lopes M., Miranda A.I. (2010). Contribution of Residential Wood Combustion to PM10 Levels in Portugal. Atmospheric Environment, 44(5), 642–651.

Caseiro A., Bauer H., Schmidl C., Pio C.A., Puxbaum H. (2009). Wood Burning Impact on PM10 in Three Austrian Regions. Atmospheric Environment, 43(3), 13, 2186–2195.

Danish Ecological Council (2016). Pollution from Residential Burning: Danish Experience in an International Perspective (link to PDF)

Davis N. (2017, January 25). London on Pollution ‘High Alert’ Due to Cold Air, Traffic, and Wood Burning. The Guardian. Retrieved from https://www.theguardian.com.

Emergency Measures Unveiled to Combat Smog over Greek Cities (2013). Kathimerini English Edition. Retrieved from ekathimerini.com.

Evans G.J., Jeong C. (2007). Data Analysis and Source Apportionment of PM2.5 in Golden, British Columbia using Positive Matrix Factorization (PMF). Southern Ontario Centre for Atmospheric Aerosol Research University of Toronto.

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Favez O., Cachier H., Sciare J., Sarda-Estève R., Martinon L. (2009). Evidence for a Significant Contribution of Wood Burning Aerosols to PM2.5 During the Winter Season in Paris, France. Atmospheric Environment, 43(22–23), 3640–3644.

Fuller G.W., Tremper A.H., Baker T.D., Yttri K.E., Butterfield D. (2014). Contribution of Wood Burning to PM10 in London. Atmospheric Environment, 87, 87–94.

Genberg J., Hyder M., Stenström K., Bergström R., Simpson D., Fors E.O., Jönsson J.Å., Swietlicki E. (2011). Source Apportionment of Carbonaceous Aerosol in Southern Sweden. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 11, 11387–11400.

Gilmore H. (2014) State’s Top Doctor Says We Should Consider Banning Wood Fire Heaters. The Sydney Morning Herald.

Glasius M., Ketzel M., Whåhlin P., Jensen B., Mønster J., Berkowicz R., Palmgren F. (2006). Impact of Wood Combustion on Particle Levels in a Residential Area in Denmark, Atmospheric Environment, 40, 7115–7124.

Hibberd M.F., Selleck P.W., Keywood M.D., Cohen D.D., Stelcer E., Atanacio A.J. (2013). Upper Hunter Particle Characterisation Study. CSIRO, Australia.

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Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, Air Quality Division (2012). Investigation of the Impact of Burning Upon Ambient PM2.5 Levels in Owosso During November 2011.

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Ries F., Marshall J., Brauer M. (2009) Intake Fraction of Urban Wood Smoke. Environmental Science & Technology, 43(13), 4701–4706.

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Wang Y., Hopke P.K. (2014). Is Alaska Truly the Great Escape from Air Pollution? – Long Term Source Apportionment of Fine Particulate Matter in Fairbanks, Alaska. Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 14, 1875–1882.

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Wood Smoke Health Effects

Arrieta O., Campos-Parra A.D., Zuloaga C., Avilés A., Sánchez-Reyes R., Manríquez M.E., Covián-Molina E., Martínez-Barrera L., Meneses A., Cardona A., Borbolla-Escoboza J.R. (2012). Clinical and Pathological Characteristics, Outcome, and Mutational Profiles Regarding Non-Small-Cell Lung Cancer Related to Wood Smoke Exposure. Journal of Thoracic Oncology, 7(8), 1228–1234.

Awji E., Chand H., Bruse S., Smith K., Colby J., et al. (2015).  Wood Smoke Enhances Cigarette Smoke-Induced Inflammation by Inducing the Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor Repressor in Airway Epithelial Cells. American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology, 52(3), 377.

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Beard J.D., Beck C., Graham R., Packham S.C., Traphagan M., Giles R.T., Morgan J.G.(2012). Winter Temperature Inversions and Emergency Department Visits for Asthma in Salt Lake County, Utah, 2003–2008. Environmental Health Perspectives 120:1385–1390.

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Boman C., Forsberg B., Sandström T. (2006). Shedding New Light on Wood Smoke: a Risk Factor for Respiratory Health, European Respiratory Journal, 27, 446–447.

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Corsini E., Budello S., Marabini L., Galbiati V., Piazzalunga A., et al. (2013). Comparison of Wood Smoke PM2.5 Obtained from the Combustion of Fir and Beech Pellets on Inflammation and DNA Damage in A549 and Thp-1 Human Cell Lines. Archives of Toxicology, 87(12), 2187–2199.

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Danielsen P., Loft S., Kocbach A., Schwarze P., Møller P. (2009). Oxidative Damage to DNA and Repair Induced by Norwegian Wood Smoke Particles in Human A549 and Thp-1 Cell Lines. Mutation Research/Genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis, 674(1), 116–122.

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Díaz-Robles L., Cortés S., Vergara-Fernández A., Ortega J.C. (2015). Short Term Health Effects of Particulate Matter: A Comparison between Wood Smoke and Multi-Source Polluted Urban Areas in Chile. Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 15: 306–318.

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Forchhammer L., Loft S., Roursgaard M., Cao Y., Riddervold I., et al. Expression of Adhesion Molecules, Monocyte Interactions and Oxidative Stress in Human Endothelial Cells Exposed to Wood Smoke and Diesel Exhaust Particulate Matter. Toxicology Letters, 209(2), 121–128.

Gan W., FitzGerald J., Carlsten C., Sadatsafavi, M., Brauer, M. (2013). Associations of Ambient Air Pollution with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Hospitalization and Mortality. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 187(7), 721.

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Wood Smoke and Children’s Health

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Wood Smoke Toxins

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Real Costs of Wood Burning

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Residential Sources

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See also references for Wood Stove Changeouts

 

Public Spaces and Restaurants

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Badyda A.J., Widziewicz K., Rogula-Kozłowska W., Majewski G., Jureczko I. (2017) Inhalation Exposure to PM-Bound Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons Released from Barbecue Grills Powered by Gas, Lump Charcoal, and Charcoal Briquettes. In: . Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. Springer, Boston, MA.

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Conti K. (2017, 19 June). Following Complaints, Cambridge Restaurant Ordered to Stop Cooking with Charcoal and Wood. The Boston Globe. Retrieved from https://www.bostonglobe.com.

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Environment and Climate

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See also references for Toxins.

 

Wood Stove Changeouts

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See also references for Residential Sources.

 

Citizen Science Air Monitoring

 

Nair P. (2017, June 29) Don't Like How Your Government Tracks Air Pollution? Do It Yourself. Retrieved from https://ensia.com.

PurpleAir laser particle counters and air quality monitoring network

US EPA. Air Sensor Toolbox for Citizen Scientists, Researchers and Developers.

Organizations and General Information

Australian Air Quality Group: Woodsmoke information.

The Biomass Monitor

Breathe Clean Air Comox Valley

Burning Issues

Canadian Clean Air Alliance

Clean Air Fairbanks (blog)

Danish Ecological Council (2016). Pollution from Residential Burning: Danish Experience in an International Perspective (link to PDF)

Environment & Human Health, Inc: Information on Wood Smoke

Families for Clean Air

Gabriola Clean Air Society (blog)

Only Clean Air (blog)

Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment (UPHE): information and a report on wood burning

Woodburnersmoke.net newsletters

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