Environmental health perspectives
BACKGROUND: Relative risk estimates for long-term ozone (O
OBJECTIVES: We estimated the global burden and spatial distribution of respiratory mortality attributable to long-term O
METHODS: We used GEOS-Chem simulations (2×2.5º grid resolution) to estimate annual O
RESULTS: We estimated 1.04-1.23 million respiratory deaths in adults attributable to O
CONCLUSIONS: These findings suggest that the potential magnitude of health benefits of air quality policies targeting O
Malley, Christopher S; Henze, Daven K; Kuylenstierna, Johan C I; Vallack, Harry W; Davila, Yanko; Anenberg, Susan C; Turner, Michelle C; and Ashmore, Mike R, "Updated Global Estimates of Respiratory Mortality in Adults ≥30Years of Age Attributable to Long-Term Ozone Exposure." (2017). Mechanical Engineering Faculty Contributions. 29.