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    • Ambient air quality and the effects of air pollutants on otolaryngology in Beijing 

      Zhang, Fengying; Xu, Jin; Zhang, Ziying; Meng, Haiying; Wang, Li; Lu, Jinmei; Wang, Wuyi; Kraft, Thomas (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2015-07-09)
      Abstract To investigate temporal patterns, pollution concentrations and the health effects of air pollutants in Beijing we carried out time-series analyses on daily concentrations of ambient air pollutants and daily numbers of outpatient visits for otolaryngology over 2 years (2011– 2012) to identify possible health effects of air pollutants. The results showed that PM10 was the major air ...
    • Spatiotemporal patterns of particulate matter (PM) and associations between PM and mortality in Shenzhen, China 

      Zhang, Fengying; Liu, Xiaojian; Zhou, Lei; Yu, Yong; Wang, Li; Lu, Jinmei; Wang, Wuyi; Krafft, Thomas (Peer reviewed, 2016-03-02)
      Background: Most studies on air pollution exposure and its associations with human health in China have focused on the heavily polluted industrial areas and/or mega-cities, and studies on cities with comparatively low air pollutant concentrations are still rare. Only a few studies have attempted to analyse particulate matter (PM) for the vibrant economic centre Shenzhen in the Pearl River Delta. ...
    • A study of the socioeconomic factors influencing migration in Russia 

      Wang, Li; Huang, Jixia; Cai, Hongyan; Liu, Hengzi; Lu, Jinmei; Yang, Linsheng (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-03-19)
      Russia has experienced population decline in years and the economic development in Russia is largely restricted by labor shortage, particularly for the Far North and East region. In order to explore the migration mechanisms, six socioeconomic factors were selected to explore the influences on the net migration. Data from the 82 regions covering four time periods (2000, 2005, 2010 and 2015) was ...