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Table 1 Environmental and mortality data for study area, April – October, 1988 - 1999

From: Temperature, ozone, and mortality in urban and non-urban counties in the northeastern United States

  Ozone (ppb) Maximum Temperature (°F) Mortality (n/day)
  Minimum Maximum Mean Minimum Maximum Mean Minimum Maximum Mean
Hartford, CT 0 146 44.3 33.5 100.5 73.4 5 34 17.4
New Haven, CT 4 127 44.6 32 97 71.1 7 36 17.2
Atlantic, NJ 3 136 53.8 41 100 74.4 0 15 5.2
Essex, NJ 1 145 37.1 40 105 75.8 4 40 17.6
Albany, NY 0 116 42.8 30 98 71.2 0 18 6.1
Chautauqua, NY 10 107 49.9 24 93 66.3 0 11 3.2
Chemung, NY 4 118 45.3 34 102 71.8 0 9 2.2
Erie, NY 1 134 44.8 31 96 60.1 10 45 24.4
New York, NY 3.5 149 45.4 39 102 74.8 11 67 34.3
Niagara, NY 6 134 46.5 30 99 70.1 0 15 4.8
Suffolk, NY 8 138 47.7 37 101 71.8 11 47 23.9
Westchester, NY 3 150 45.2 34 100 72.5 3 33 17.0
12 Counties (using observed data) 1 149 45.6 29 104 71.8 0 67 14.4
91 Counties (using kriging data) 4.7 136.6 45.7 35.2 102.4 73.8 0 99 6.2
23 Urban Counties 4.7 133.5 45.6 40.7 102.4 75.8 0 99 17.2
68 Non-Urban Counties 5.3 136.6 45.7 35.2 100.0 73.1 0 45 2.5