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) concentrations in support of air pollution health effects research and air quality assessment at the urban to global scales.
Most mortality maps in South Africa and most contried of the sub-Saharan region are static, showing aggregated count data over years or at specific years.
Lack of space and temporral dynamanics in these maps may adversely impact on their use and application for vigorous public health policy decisions and interventions.
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School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, University of Technology Sydney, NSW 2007, Australia Interests: applied statistics; especially for applications in medicine and health (biostatistics); survival analysis; risk assessment; spatial statistics Dear Colleagues, Advances in Geographical Information Systems (GIS) over the past several decades have facilitated the incorporation of spatial information into many different kinds of epidemiological studies.
A case-study at the San Francisco site confirmed that accounting for cloud-cover and associated meteorological conditions could substantially alter the spatial distribution of monthly ground-level PMFigure 2 Effect estimate directions and significance for no cloud, ice cloud, and water cloud models.
Each estimate is colored according to its direction (positive or negative) and significance (0.05 level).