Caroline P. Normile

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Back trajectory analysis is a commonly-used tool for understanding how short-term variability in surface ozone depends on transport into a given location. Lesser-used but equally effective methods are air-mass based approaches that are primarily driven by changes in temperature and humidity conditions. We compare and combine these two fundamentally(More)
Respiratory morbidity (particularly COPD and asthma) can be influenced by short-term weather fluctuations that affect air quality and lung function. We developed a model to evaluate meteorological conditions associated with respiratory hospital admissions in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, USA. We generated ensembles of classification trees based on six(More)
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