Identifying Heat Waves in Florida: Considerations of Missing Weather Data.

@article{Leary2015IdentifyingHW,
  title={Identifying Heat Waves in Florida: Considerations of Missing Weather Data.},
  author={Emily Leary and Linda J. Young and Chris Duclos and Melissa Murray Jordan},
  journal={PloS one},
  year={2015},
  volume={10 11},
  pages={
          e0143471
        }
}
BACKGROUND Using current climate models, regional-scale changes for Florida over the next 100 years are predicted to include warming over terrestrial areas and very likely increases in the number of high temperature extremes. No uniform definition of a heat wave exists. Most past research on heat waves has focused on evaluating the aftermath of known heat waves, with minimal consideration of missing exposure information. OBJECTIVES To identify and discuss methods of handling and imputing… CONTINUE READING

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