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iHAPSS is an internet system for monitoring the effects of air pollution on mortality and morbidity in the United States.

iHAPSS is funded by the Health Effects Institute (HEI). It provides published material, software and data to monitor the association between air pollution and mortality and morbidity.

iHAPSS is developed and maintained by the Department of Biostatistics at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
 

 

Current and previous publications and reports.
  Tools for data analysis.
  Air pollution and meteorological data for 108 U.S. cities 1987–2000.
   
     
 
 

Copyright 2002-2005, Department of Biostatistics, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School Of Public Health
 Last updated: 2005-03-19