Applying a moving total mortality count to the cities in the NMMAPS database to estimate the mortality effects of particulate matter air pollution
Objectives: To apply a new method for estimating the association between daily ambient particulate matter air pollution (PM) and daily mortality to data from over 100 United States cities contained in the National Morbidity, Mortality, and Air Pollution Study (NMMAPS) database and to see whether the results from the 90 cities NMMAPS analysis are robust to this different modelling approach. This new method has recently been shown to provide improved estimates for the association between PM and...[Show more]
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