In this study we characterized the relationship between temperature and mortality in central Arizona desert cities that have an extremely hot climate.
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- Corresponding Author: Sharon L. Harlan Arizona State University firstname.lastname@example.org, opens in a new window
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Harlan, S. L., Chowell, G., Yang, S., Petitti, D. B., Butler, E. J. M., Ruddell, B. L., & Ruddell, D. M. (2014). Heat-related deaths in hot cities: Estimates of human tolerance to high temperature thresholds. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 11(3), 3304–3326. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph110303304