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AMOS-ARCCSS 2016 Presentation

A poster I presented at the AMOS-ARCCSS 2016 conference based on upcoming work.

Many heat stress indices are actively used to draw inferences about the health impacts of temperature and humidity, but there is no consensus on which indices are the most appropriate. We set out to investigate the best way to model the effect of human heat stress on hospital admissions. Which heat stress indices are most appropriate, and do those change with location?

A bigger version of this poster is available at ResearchGate.
A bigger version of this poster is available at ResearchGate.

James Goldie

PhD student (climate change + health). I also code and build things for fun and for social change.

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