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  1. Belchatów, POL, 37,6 million tonnes per year CO₂
  2. Vindhyachal, IND 33,9 million tonnes per year CO₂
  3. Dangjin, KOR 33,5 million tonnes per year CO₂
  4. Taean, KOR 31,4 million tonnes per year CO₂
  5. Taichung, Tchaj-wan million tonnes per year CO₂
  6. Tuoketuo, China 29,5 million tonnes per year CO₂
  7. Niederaussem, DEU 27,2 million tonnes per year CO₂
  8. Sasan UMPP, IND 27,2 million tonnes per year CO₂
  9. Yonghungdo, KOR 27,0 million tonnes per year CO₂
  10.  Hekinan, JPN 26,6 million tonnes per year CO₂

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Curr Probl Cardiol. 2022 Oct 17:101460. doi: 10.1016/j.cpcardiol.2022.101460. Online ahead of print.
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A new perspective to satellite-based retrieval of ground-level air pollution: Simultaneous estimation of multiple pollutants based on physics-informed multi-task learning. Yang Q, Yuan Q, Gao M, Li T.
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Is dietary intake of antioxidant vitamins associated with reduced adverse effects of air pollution on diabetes? Findings from a large cohort study. Li H, Cai M, Li H, Qian ZM, Stamatakis K, McMillin SE, Zhang Z, Hu Q, Lin H.
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2022 October 18
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The association between air pollutants, meteorological factors and tuberculosis cases in Beijing, China: A seven-year time series study. Sun S, Chang Q, He J, Wei X, Sun H, Xu Y, Soares Magalhaes RJ, Guo Y, Cui Z, Zhang W.
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Effects of outdoor air pollution and indoor environmental exposure during early life on childhood allergies: From early symptoms to diagnosed diseases. Lu C, Liu Z, Yang W, Liao H, Liu Q, Li Q, Deng Q.
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Exposure to ambient particulate matter affects semen quality: a case study in Wenzhou, China. Dai X, Chen G, Zhang M, Mei K, Liu Y, Ding C, Chang Y, Wu Z, Huang H.
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Particulate matter exposure exacerbates cellular damage by increasing stress granule formation in respiratory syncytial virus-infected human lung organoids. Choi S, Kim EM, Kim SY, Choi Y, Choi S, Cho N, Park HJ, Kim KK.
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The association of air pollutants with hospital outpatient visits for child and adolescence psychiatry in Shenzhen, China. Fang D, Bing W, Yao-Hui H, Chun-Xia J, Ying Z, Xing-Li L, Hua-Wei T, Ying-Jun X, Wan-Wei L, Xiu-Juan L, Dong-Yong F, Wei-Ting Y, Rong Z, Jian-Ping L, Yin-Qin Z.
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2022 October 13
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Mortality-Air Pollution Associations in Low Exposure Environments (MAPLE): Phase 2. Brauer M, Brook JR, Christidis T, Chu Y, Crouse DL, Erickson A, Hystad P, Li C, Martin RV, Meng J, Pappin AJ, Pinault LL, Tjepkema M, van Donkelaar A, Weagle C, Weichenthal S, Burnett RT.
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[Relationship Between ABO Blood Group and Pregnancy Complications]. Chen QH, Chen Q, Zhang L, Hu YY.
Sichuan Da Xue Xue Bao Yi Xue Ban. 2022 Sep;53(5):935-940. doi: 10.12182/20220960304.
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Long-term exposure to particulate matter was associated with increased dementia risk using both traditional approaches and novel machine learning methods. Yan YH, Chen TB, Yang CP, Tsai IJ, Yu HL, Wu YS, Huang WJ, Tseng ST, Peng TY, Chou EP.
Sci Rep. 2022 Oct 12;12(1):17130. doi: 10.1038/s41598-022-22100-8.
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Residential greenness attenuated association of long-term air pollution exposure with elevated blood pressure: Findings from polluted areas in Northern China. Mei Y, Zhao J, Zhou Q, Zhao M, Xu J, Li Y, Li K, Xu Q.
Front Public Health. 2022 Sep 29;10:1019965. doi: 10.3389/fpubh.2022.1019965. eCollection 2022.
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Association between ambient PM2.5 and outpatient visits of children’s respiratory diseases in a megacity in Central China. Liu L, Wang B, Qian N, Wei H, Yang G, Wan L, He Y.
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The association between outdoor air pollution and lung cancer risk in seven eastern metropolises of China: Trends in 2006-2014 and sex differences. Wang W, Meng L, Hu Z, Yuan X, Zeng W, Li K, Luo H, Tang M, Zhou X, Tian X, Luo C, He Y, Yang S.
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Surface ozone changes during the COVID-19 outbreak in China: An insight into the pollution characteristics and formation regimes of ozone in the cold season. Tong L, Liu Y, Meng Y, Dai X, Huang L, Luo W, Yang M, Pan Y, Zheng J, Xiao H.
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2022 October 11
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A 28-day, 2-year study reveals that adolescents are more fatigued and distressed on days with greater NO2 and CO air pollution. Armstrong-Carter E, Fuligni AJ, Wu X, Gonzales N, Telzer EH.
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Environ Res. 2022 Oct 8:114510. doi: 10.1016/j.envres.2022.114510. Online ahead of print.
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Associations of Early-Life Exposure to Submicron Particulate Matter With Childhood Asthma and Wheeze in China. Wu C, Zhang Y, Wei J, Zhao Z, Norbäck D, Zhang X, Lu C, Yu W, Wang T, Zheng X, Zhang L.
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2022 October 07
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2022 October 04
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