Range Hood References

References

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CARB, 2001. Fact Sheet: Residential Cooking Exposure Study Finds Unhealthful Levels. https://www.arb.ca.gov/research/indoor/cookingstudy.pdf.

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Fisher, D., Swierczyna, R., and Karas, A., 2015. Commercial Kitchen Ventilation Exhaust Hoods: Capture and Containment. ASHRAE J, November: 26–37. https://fishnick.com/publications/ventilation/026-039_Ashrae_Fisher_web.pdf.

Fisher-Nickel, Inc., 2011. Side Shields Really Work (video). Ventilation Lab, Food Service Technology Center, San Ramon, CA.  https://fishnick.com/ventilation/ventilationlab/video/.

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Kile, M.L, Coker, E.S., Smit, E., Sudakin, D., Molitor, J., and Harding, A.K., 2014. A Cross-Sectional Study of the Association between Ventilation of Gas Stoves and Chronic Respiratory Illness in U.S. Children Enrolled in NHANESIII. Environmental Health 13: 71. https://doi.org/10.1186/1476-069X-13-71.

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