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Date: March 21, 2013 7:42:48 AM EDT
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Date: Wed, 20 Mar 2013 12:38:19 +0000
Subject: [globalocchyg-list] Ann Occ Hyg 57/3 now online

Annals of Occupational Hygiene vol 57 issue 3 is now available online. The contents list and links to free abstracts are given below. The full texts of the Editorial, Commentary and Editor's Choice paper are free to access online.

31 other papers which have been published on advance access and are awaiting assignment to an issue are at

Noah S. Seixas
Chief Editor


The Future of Exposure Assessment: Perspectives From the X2012 Conference - FREE ACCESS
Frank De Vocht, Christine Northage, Chris Money, John W. Cherrie, Bob
Rajan-Sithamparanadarajah, Peter Egeghy, Karen Niven, Paul Demers, and
Martie Van Tongeren
Ann Occup Hyg 2013 57: 280-285


Chemical Exposure among Professional Ski Waxers— Characterization of
Individual Work Operations
Baard Ingegerdsson Freberg, Raymond Olsen, Syvert Thorud, Dag G.
Ellingsen, Hanne Line Daae, Merete Hersson, and Paal Molander
Ann Occup Hyg 2013 57: 286-295

Industrial Production and Professional Application of Manufactured
Nanomaterials-Enabled End Products in Dutch Industries: Potential for
Cindy Bekker, Derk H. Brouwer, Erik Tielemans, and Anjoeka Pronk
Ann Occup Hyg 2013 57: 314-327

Occupational Exposure Assessment in Carbon Nanotube and Nanofiber Primary
and Secondary Manufacturers: Mobile Direct-Reading Sampling
Matthew M. Dahm, Douglas E. Evans, Mary K. Schubauer-Berigan, M. Eileen
Birch, and James A. Deddens
Ann Occup Hyg 2013 57: 328-344

Assessing the Containment Efficiency of a Microbiological Safety Cabinet
During the Simultaneous Generation of a Nanoaerosol and a Tracer Gas
V. Cesard, E. Belut, C. Prevost, A. Taniere, and N. Rimbert
Ann Occup Hyg 2013 57: 345-359

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