Assessing uncertainty in premature mortality due to degraded air quality

 
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RSS sections/special interest groups, Environmental Statistics Section

Monday 09 January 2017, 01:30pm - 05:00pm

 
Location Seminar Room 2.20 in the Research Beehive, Level 2 of the Old Library Building, Newcastle University

The workshop aims to provide a detailed discussion on how to monitor air pollution and infer the associated mortality, what the sources of uncertainty are, and how can they be assessed.

Dr. Archer-Nicholls (Postdoctoral Fellow at Cambridge University) will discuss a model-based approach in estimating combustion emission and associated mortality in China

Prof. Shaddick (Professor of Statistics at the University of Bath) will introduce a statistics-based approach to global mapping using multiple sources

Fintan Hurley (Scientific Director at the Institute of Occupational Medicine) will further discuss how to link pollution to mortality.

Contact http://conferences.ncl.ac.uk/airquality/

There is no charge for this event, but please register on the meeting website which also gives abstracts for the talks, as well as programme and location information.

Organiser Name Stefano Castruccio/Sarah Heaps

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Organising Group(s) RSS Environmental Statistics Section

 

 

 

 

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