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2000 article

Threshold dependence of mortality effects for fine and coarse particles in Phoenix, Arizona

Smith, R. L., Spitzner, D., Kim, Y., & Fuentes, M. (2000, August). JOURNAL OF THE AIR & WASTE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION, Vol. 50, pp. 1367–1379.

MeSH headings : Aged; Air Pollution / adverse effects; Arizona / epidemiology; Epidemiologic Studies; Female; Humans; Male; Models, Theoretical; Mortality / trends; Particle Size; Regression Analysis; Seasons; Sensitivity and Specificity; Urban Population
TL;DR: The PM effect is highest in spring and summer, when the anthropogenic concentration of coarse PM is lowest as determined by a principal components analysis, and consideration of nonlinear effects can lead to real changes of interpretation and raises the possibility of seasonal effects associated with the chemical composition of PM. (via Semantic Scholar)
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