Modelling environmental equity: access to air quality in Birmingham, England
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- Julii S Brainard & Andrew P Jones & Ian J Bateman & Andrew A Lovett & Peter J Fallon, 2002. "Modelling Environmental Equity: Access to Air Quality in Birmingham, England," Environment and Planning A, , vol. 34(4), pages 695-716, April.
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