Projected temperature-related deaths in ten large U.S. metropolitan areas under different climate change scenarios.

@article{Weinberger2017ProjectedTD,
  title={Projected temperature-related deaths in ten large U.S. metropolitan areas under different climate change scenarios.},
  author={Kate R. Weinberger and Leah Haykin and Melissa N. Eliot and Joel Schwartz and Antonio Gasparrini and Gregory A. Wellenius},
  journal={Environment international},
  year={2017},
  volume={107},
  pages={
          196-204
        }
}
BACKGROUND There is an established U-shaped association between daily temperature and mortality. Temperature changes projected through the end of century are expected to lead to higher rates of heat-related mortality but also lower rates of cold-related mortality, such that the net change in temperature-related mortality will depend on location. OBJECTIVES We quantified the change in heat-, cold-, and temperature-related mortality rates through the end of the century across 10 large US… CONTINUE READING
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