Environmental Health in Israel | 2014

Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank the following reviewers for their helpful comments and corrections: Chapter 1 Dr. Levana Kordova-Biezuner, Ministry of Environmental Protection Ambient Air Quality Prof. David Broday, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology Chapter 2 Ms. Pola Orenstein, Ministry of Environmental Protection Indoor Air Quality Prof. Yael Dubowski, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology Chapter 3 Dr. Hagai Levine, School of Public Health, Hebrew University–Hadassah Environmental Dr. Leah Rosen, School of Public Health, Tel Aviv University Tobacco Smoke Chapter 4 Ms. Irit Hen, Ministry of Health Chemical Parameters Dr. Bracha Limoni-Relis, Mekorot Ltd. in Drinking Water Chapter 5 Ms. Rina Ashkenazi, Ministry of Agriculture & Rural Development Pesticides Prof. Benny Chefetz, Hebrew University of Jerusalem Chapter 6 Dr. Rina Varsano, Ministry of Health Chemical Food Dr. Shirra Freeman, Migal Galilee Research Institute Ltd. Contaminants Chapter 7 Dr. Ruth Ardi, The Standards Institution of Israel Chemicals in Ms. Sarit Caspi-Oron, Israel Union for Environmental Defense Consumer Products Chapter 8 Ms. Janice Wasser, Ministry of Health Biomonitoring Prof. Yona Amitai, Bar-Ilan University Chapter 9 Ms. Tamar Bar-On, Ministry of Environmental Protection Asbestos Dr. Luba Pushnoy, Ministry of Economy Chapter 10 Dr. Stelian Gelberg, Ministry of Environmental Protection Non-Ionizing Prof. Siegal Sadetzki, The Gertner Institute for Epidemiology Radiation and Health Policy Research Chapter 11 Dr. Michael Gdalevich, Ministry of Health Climate Change Prof. Manfred Green, School of Public Health, University of Haifa Chapter 12 Dr. Lital Keinan-Boker, Israel Center for Disease Control, Ministry of Health Environmental Health Ms. Maya Sadeh, The Gertner Institute for Epidemiology and Indicators and Trends Health Policy Research - 93 -

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