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Fecht D., Fortunato L., Morley D., Hansell A.L, Gulliver J..  2016.  Associations between urban metrics and mortality rates in England. Environ HealthEnvironmental Health: A Global Access Science Source. 15 Suppl 1:34.
Halonen J.I, Dehbi H.M, Hansell A.L, Gulliver J., Fecht D., Blangiardo M, Kelly F.J, 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 IntEnvironment International.
Gulliver J., de Hoogh K., Hoek G., Vienneau D., Fecht D., Hansell A..  2016.  Back-extrapolated and year-specific NO2 land use regression models for Great Britain - Do they yield different exposure assessment? Environment International. 92-93:202-9.
Halonen J.I, Blangiardo M, Toledano M.B, Fecht D., Gulliver J., Ghosh R., Anderson H.R, Beevers S.D, Dajnak D., Kelly F.J et al..  2016.  Is long-term exposure to traffic pollution associated with mortality? A small-area study in London Environmental Pollution. 208:25-32.
Bakolis I., Kelly R., Fecht D., Best N., Millett C., Garwood K., Elliott P., Hansell A.L, Hodgson S..  2016.  Protective Effects of Smoke-free Legislation on Birth Outcomes in England A Regression Discontinuity Design. Epidemiology. 27:810-818.
Fecht D., Hansell A.L, Morley D., Dajnak D., Vienneau D., Beevers S., Toledano M.B, Kelly F.J, Anderson H.R, Gulliver J..  2016.  Spatial and temporal associations of road traffic noise and air pollution in London: Implications for epidemiological studies. Environ IntEnvironment InternationalEnvironment International. 88:235-42.