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Min/Max Autocorrelation Factors in Time Series Studies of the Adverse Health Effects of Ozone

Min/Max Autocorrelation Factors in Time Series Studies of the Adverse Health Effects of Ozone

A/Prof Steven Roberts

The annual health costs associated with exposure to air pollution in Australia have been estimated at between $3-5.3 billion. Given these costs, it is vital to conduct research that ensures public health officials and policy makers stay fully informed of Australia's air pollution problem. We propose to address this need by developing methodology to detect trends in air pollution concentrations and reduce measurement error in recorded air pollution concentrations. This will enable relevant authorities to produce more accurate estimates of air pollution health costs and implement more appropriate pollution regulations and health warnings.

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