The Center will collect data and develop new modeling tools to characterize human exposure, health impacts, and social cost of a suite of air pollutants. Outcomes will include high spatial resolution maps and easy-to-use web-based apps that are based on state-of-the-science models. These new tools will be disseminated to scientists, regulators, and the general public. Below are links to illustrative earlier work that the Center will build upon.
- Breathe Project pollution map
- Estimating Air pollution Social Impact Using Regression (EASIUR)
- Intervention model for air pollution
- Economic Input-Output Life Cycle Assessment (EIO-LCA)