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Effects of local factors on adaptation to heat in Spain (1983–2018)
Title: Effects of local factors on adaptation to heat in Spain (1983–2018)
Authors: Navas-Martín, Miguel ÁngelLópez Bueno, José AntonioDíaz Jiménez, JulioFollos Pliego, FernandoVellón Graña, José ManuelMirón Pérez, Isidro JuanLuna Rico, Yolanda ORCID RESEARCHERID SCOPUSID Autor AEMETSánchez Martínez, GerardoCulqui Lévano, Dante R.Linares Gil, Cristina
Keywords: Adaptation; Minimum mortality temperature; Urban; Rural; Prevention plans; Local factors
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Elsevier; Academic Press
Citation: Environmental Research. 2022, 209, 112784
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Abstract: The European Union is currently immersed in policy development to address the effects of climate change around the world. Key plans and processes for facilitating adaptation to high temperatures and for reducing the adverse effects on health are among the most urgent measures. Therefore, it is necessary to understand those factors that influence adaptation. The aim of this study was to provide knowledge related to the social, climate and economic factors that are related to the evolution of minimum mortality temperatures (MMT) in Spain in the rural and urban contexts, during the 1983–2018 time period. For this purpose, local factors were studied regarding their relationship to levels of adaptation to heat.
Sponsorship : The authors gratefully acknowledge the grants for projects ENPY107/18; ENPY 376/18, ENPY 470/19 and ENPY 340/20 from the Carlos III Institute of Health, and is supported by the Biodiversity Foundation of the Ministry for Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge.
ISSN: 0013-9351
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