Potential impact of climate change on air pollution-related human health effects.

  title={Potential impact of climate change on air pollution-related human health effects.},
  author={Efthimios Tagaris and Kuo-Jen Liao and Anthony J Delucia and Leland Deck and Praveen Amar and Armistead G. Russell},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  volume={43 13},
The potential health impact of ambient ozone and PM2.5 concentrations modulated by climate change over the United States is investigated using combined atmospheric and health modeling. Regional air quality modeling for 2001 and 2050 was conducted using CMAQ Modeling System with meteorology from the GISS Global Climate Model, downscaled regionally using MM5,keeping boundary conditions of air pollutants, emission sources, population, activity levels, and pollution controls constant. BenMap was… CONTINUE READING
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