Develop sets of measures that represent and interpret currently available data about hazards and exposures. We will extend our work on the development of measures and indicators to consider hazardous air pollutants, to better reflect the different kinds of information that can be relevant to EPHT (i.e., the differences between data about sources, releases, ambient concentrations, and concentrations in exposure media of environmental agents), and to address biomonitoring data. We will also continue to participate in and support the work of the State Environmental Health Indicators Collaborative.
Amy D. Kyle. 2004. A role for indicators in the environmental public health tracking network. Presentation to the meeting of the national network. October 2004. San Francisco. Berkeley Center for Environmental Public Health Tracking. Berkeley, California. [PDF]