Characterising non-linear associations between airborne pollen counts and respiratory symptoms from the AirRater smartphone app in Tasmania, Australia: A case time series approach.

Jones, Penelope J; Koolhof, Iain S; Wheeler, Amanda J; Williamson, Grant J; Lucani, Christopher; Campbell, Sharon L; Bowman, David JMS; Cooling, Nick; Gasparrini, Antonio; Johnston, Fay H; (2021) Characterising non-linear associations between airborne pollen counts and respiratory symptoms from the AirRater smartphone app in Tasmania, Australia: A case time series approach. Environmental Research, 200. p. 111484. ISSN 0013-9351 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envres.2021.111484

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