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Mortality and morbidity due to exposure to particulate matter related to drying Urmia Lake in the NW Iran

Published:October 05, 2018DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejim.2018.10.001
      Combination of PM with heavy metals and different constituents related to Urmia Lake and PM from anthropogenic activities has been anticipated to exacerbate health impacts on 3,000,000 inhabitant in this province [
      • Hajizadeh Y.
      • Namati S.
      • Aghapour A.A.
      • Abdolahnejad A.
      • Mohammadi A.
      • Panahi H.
      • et al.
      Influence of air pollution on chemical quality of wet atmospheric deposition: A case study in Urmia, Iran.
      ].
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