Papers related to meteorological factors

Papers Related to Meteorological Factors


Dales RE, Cakmak S, Judek S, Dann T, Coates F, Brook JR, Burnett RT.  The role of fungal spores in thunderstorm asthma. Chest 2003; 123: 745-750.

Hill DJ, Smart IJ, Knox RB.  Childhood asthma and grass pollen aerobiology in Melbourne.  Med J Aust 1979; 1: 426-429.

Ivey MA, Simeon DT, Monteil MA.  Climatic variables are associated with seasonal acute asthma admissions to accident and emergency room facilities in Trinidad, West Indies.  Clin Exp Allergy 2003; 33: 1526-1530.

Jones G, Brantley P, Hebert R, Kidd III J, Shadravan I, McClure J, Thomason B.  Air quality and respiratory functioning in children with pulmonary disorders.  J La State Med Soc 1994; 146: 455-461.

Kramer U, Weidinger S, Darsow U, Mohrenschlager M, Ring J, Behrindt H. Seasonality in symptom severity influenced by temperature or grass pollen: Results of a panel study in children with evzema. J Invest Dermatol 2005; 124: 514-523

Newson R, Strachan D, Archibald E, Emerlin J, Hardaker P, Collier C. Effects of thuderstorms and airborne grass pollen on the incidence of acute astham in England, 1990-94. Thorax 1997; 52:680-685. 

Riera MD, Cerda MT, Martin J.  A correlation study between airborne pollen and cases of pollinosis in humans.  Aerobiologia 2002; 18: 169-173.

Schappi GF, Taylor PE, Kenrick J, Staff IA, Suphioglu C.  Predicting the grass pollen count from meteorological data with regard to estimating the severity of hayfever symptoms in Melbourne (Australia).  Aerobiologia 1998; 14: 29-37.

Venables KM, Allit U, Collier CG, Emberlin J, Greig JB, Hardaker PJ, Highham JH, Laing-Morton T, Maynard RL, Murray V, Strachan D, Tee RD. Thunderstorm-related asthma—the epidemic of 24/25 June 1994.  Clin Exp Allergy 1997; 27: 725-736.