Sao Paolo Air Pollution Mortality

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Doc #: The wikipage input value is empty (e.g. <code>SomeProperty::, [[]]</code>) and therefore it cannot be used as a name or as part of a query condition. Title: Air Pollution and Child Mortality: A Time-Series Study in São Paulo, Brazil | Document Link
Organization/Author: Gleice M.S. Conceição, Simone G.E.K. Miraglia, Humberto S. Kishi, Paulo H.N. Saldiva, and Julio M. Singe
Type: Report
Year: 1994 to 1997
Region: South/Central America
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Document Status: Unsubmitted, 2009/04/30
Parameters: OPERATIONAL CO, SO2, PM10; NEEDS NOx, PM2.5


Description of Document: Unfortunately, our air pollution monitoring system does not provide measurements on PM2.5, as considered by Loomis et al. (13) in Mexico City, although that study also suggested that a gaseous pollutant (NO2) affects mortality.
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