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- Schwartz, Joel D., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Environmental Research 2016 v.151 pp. 610-617
- Blacks; ambient temperature; children; cold; heat; higher education; land use; monitoring; mortality; particulates; remote sensing; urban areas; Georgia; North Carolina; South Carolina
- ... There are many studies that have posited an association between extreme temperature and increased mortality. However, most studies use temperature at a single station per city as the reference point to analyze deaths. This leads to exposure misclassification and usually the exclusion of exurban, small town, and rural populations. In addition, few studies control for confounding by PM2.5, which is ...
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