in Environmental Health Perspectives (EHP) > 119(5) (May 2011) . - 2 p.
Emerging from an agricultural base to more industrialization, Thailand now faces many environmental problems, particularly air pollution, resulting in adverse health consequences. The three major sources of air pollution are vehicular emissions in cities, biomass burning and transboundary haze in rural and border areas, and industrial discharges in concentrated industrialized zones.
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