DOI: 10.1175/wcas-d-20-0040.1
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Hua He, Guorong Chai, Yana Su, Yongzhong Sha, Shengliang Zong, Hairong Bao

Abstract: AbstractThis study assessing the lag and interactive effects between the daily average temperature and relative humidity on respiratory disease (RD) morbidity in Lanzhou, China, using data from daily outpatient visits for RD between 2014 and 2017, and meteorological and pollutant data during the same period analysed with Poisson Generalized Linear Model and Distributed Lag Non-linear Models, the effects are further explored by classifying the RD by gender, age and disease type. The results showed that the temp…

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