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- Barras, Vaughan, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- International journal of biometeorology 2014 v.58 no.2 pp. 263-275
- air; air pollution; cold season; grasses; heat stress; human population; humans; humidity; particulates; pollen; risk; temperature; wind speed; Australia; Indian Ocean
- ... Humans are at risk from exposure to extremes in their environment, yet there is no consistent way to fully quantify and understand the risk when considering more than just meteorological variables. An outdoor ‘bio-comfort’ threshold is defined for Melbourne, Australia using a combination of heat stress, air particulate concentration and grass pollen count, where comfortable conditions imply an ide ...