bvld ams airshed,  health

Health Messaging


With health messaging coming from various places, this chart might help you decipher the risk level of your exposure to PM2.5. Most of the BVLD AMS airshed does not have sufficient sensors to detect all that is considered in developing an AQHI. For this reason they are not specific to your location. We recommend using the hourly exposure column. This chart was provided by First Nations Health, the source of which is the BC Centre for Disease Control.

For more scientific research papers check out:

Source sector and fuel contributions to ambient PM2.5 and attributable mortality across multiple spatial scales.

The Cost of Air Pollution

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