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Mapping traffic pollution exposure : the quantified self. / Huck, Jonathan; Whyatt, Duncan; Coulton, Paul; Gradinar, Adrian.

Proceedings of the GIS Research UK 22nd Annual Conference: The University of Glasgow 16th-18th April, 2014. ed. / Jane Drummond. Vol. 1 Glasgow : Geomatic Group, University of Glasgow, 2014. p. 243-251.

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Huck, J, Whyatt, D, Coulton, P & Gradinar, A 2014, Mapping traffic pollution exposure: the quantified self. in J Drummond (ed.), Proceedings of the GIS Research UK 22nd Annual Conference: The University of Glasgow 16th-18th April, 2014. vol. 1, Geomatic Group, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, pp. 243-251.

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Huck, J., Whyatt, D., Coulton, P., & Gradinar, A. (2014). Mapping traffic pollution exposure: the quantified self. In J. Drummond (Ed.), Proceedings of the GIS Research UK 22nd Annual Conference: The University of Glasgow 16th-18th April, 2014 (Vol. 1, pp. 243-251). Geomatic Group, University of Glasgow.

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Huck J, Whyatt D, Coulton P, Gradinar A. Mapping traffic pollution exposure: the quantified self. In Drummond J, editor, Proceedings of the GIS Research UK 22nd Annual Conference: The University of Glasgow 16th-18th April, 2014. Vol. 1. Glasgow: Geomatic Group, University of Glasgow. 2014. p. 243-251

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Huck, Jonathan ; Whyatt, Duncan ; Coulton, Paul ; Gradinar, Adrian. / Mapping traffic pollution exposure : the quantified self. Proceedings of the GIS Research UK 22nd Annual Conference: The University of Glasgow 16th-18th April, 2014. editor / Jane Drummond. Vol. 1 Glasgow : Geomatic Group, University of Glasgow, 2014. pp. 243-251

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