Modeling variability in air pollution-related health damages from individual airport emissions – Stefani L. Penn


In this study, we modeled concentrations of fine particulate matter(PM2.5) and ozone(O3) attributable to precursor emissions from individual airports in the United States, developing airport-specific health damage functions (deaths per 1000 tof precursor emissions) and physically-interpretable regression models to explain variability in these functions.