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Fecht D, Fortunato L, Morley D, Hansell AL, Gulliver J.  2016.  Associations between urban metrics and mortality rates in England.. Environ Health. 15 Suppl 1:34.
Halonen JI, Dehbi H-M, Hansell AL, Gulliver J, Fecht D, Blangiardo M, Kelly FJ, Chaturvedi N, Kivimaki M, Tonne C.  2016.  Associations of night-time road traffic noise with carotid intima-media thickness and blood pressure: The Whitehall II and SABRE study cohorts.. Environ Int.
Hansell A, Ghosh RE, Blangiardo M, Perkins C, Vienneau D, Goffe K, Briggs D, Gulliver J.  2016.  Historic air pollution exposure and long-term mortality risks in England and Wales: prospective longitudinal cohort study.. Thorax. 71(4):330-8.
Halonen JI, Blangiardo M, Toledano MB, Fecht D, Gulliver J, H Anderson R, Beevers SD, Dajnak D, Kelly FJ, Tonne C.  2016.  Long-term exposure to traffic pollution and hospital admissions in London.. Environ Pollut. 208(Pt A):48-57.
Halonen JI, Blangiardo M, Toledano MB, Fecht D, Gulliver J, Ghosh R, H Anderson R, Beevers SD, Dajnak D, Kelly FJ et al..  2016.  Is long-term exposure to traffic pollution associated with mortality? A small-area study in London. Environ Pollut. 208(Pt A):25-32.
Zijlema W, Cai Y, Doiron D, Mbatchou S, Fortier I, Gulliver J, de Hoogh K, Morley D, Hodgson S, Elliott P et al..  2016.  Road traffic noise, blood pressure and heart rate: Pooled analyses of harmonized data from 88,336 participants.. Environ Res. 151:804-813.
Fecht D, Hansell AL, Morley D, Dajnak D, Vienneau D, Beevers S, Toledano MB, Kelly FJ, H Anderson R, Gulliver J.  2016.  Spatial and temporal associations of road traffic noise and air pollution in London: Implications for epidemiological studies.. Environ Int. 88:235-42.