Document Type

Article

Publication Date

8-28-2017

Publication Title

Environmental health perspectives

ISSN

1552-9924

Volume

125

Issue

8

First Page

087021

Last Page

087021

DOI

https://doi.org/10.1289/EHP1390

PubMed ID

28858826

Abstract

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

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