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Crouse, D. L., Pinault L., Balram A., Brauer M., Burnett R. T., Martin R. V., et al. (2019).  Complex relationships between greenness, air pollution, and mortality in a population-based Canadian cohort. Environment International, 128 (July), 292-300. Abstract
Erickson, A. C., Brauer M., Christidis T., Pinault L., Crouse D. L., Donkelaar A., et al. (2019).  Evaluation of a method to indirectly adjust for unmeasured covariates in the association between fine particulate matter and mortality. Environmental Research, 175 (August), 108-116. Abstract
Pappin, A. J., Christidis T., Pinault L. L., Crouse D. L., Brook J. R., Erickson A., et al. (2019).  Examining the shape of the association between low levels of fine particulate matter and mortality across three cycles of the Canadian Census Health and Environment Cohort. Environmental Health Perspectives, 127 (10), 107008-1-1070. Abstract
Rugel, E. J., Carpiano R. M., Henderson S. B., and Brauer M. (2019).  Exposure to natural space, sense of community belonging, and adverse mental health outcomes across an urban region. Environmental Research, 171 (April), 365-377. Abstract
Christidis, T., Erickson A. C., Pappin A. J., Crouse D. L., Pinault L. L., Weichenthal S. A., et al. (2019).  Low concentrations of fine particle air pollution and mortality in the Canadian Community Health Survey cohort. Environmental Health, 18 (84),  Abstract