Publications from our team and other Canadian radon scientists: 

“Radon exposure is rising steadily within the modern North American residential environment and is increasingly uniform across seasons”
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“Projected estimates of cancer in Canada in 2020”
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“Comprehensive survey of household radon gas levels and risk factors in southern Alberta” 
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“Lung Cancer incidence attributable to residential radon exposure in Alberta in 2012”
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“A reflection on research ethics and citizen science” 
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“Machine Learning as a Next-Generation Tool for Indoor Air Radon Exposure Prediction”
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“An assessment of uncertainty using two different modelling techniques to estimate the cost-effectiveness of mitigating radon in existing housing in Canada” 
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“A cost-effectiveness analysis of interventions to reduce residential radon exposure in Canada” 
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“Residents’ perceptions of radon health risks: a qualitative study” 
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“Radon, an invisible killer in Canadian homes: perceptions of Ottawa-Gatineau residents”
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