Journal article

Unprecedented health costs of smoke-related PM(2.5)from the 2019-20 Australian megafires

Fay H Johnston, Nicolas Borchers-Arriagada, Geoffrey G Morgan, Bin Jalaludin, Andrew J Palmer, Grant J Williamson, David MJS Bowman

Nature Sustainability | NATURE RESEARCH | Published : 2020


Funding Acknowledgements

We thank the Environment Protection Authority of Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia; the Department of Environment in Queensland; the Department of Infrastructure Planning and Environment of New South Wales; and the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation of Western Australia for providing the available hourly and daily air quality data since 2000. We thank the New South Wales government's Department of Planning, Industry & Environment for providing funds to support this research via the Bushfire Risk Management Research Hub. N.B.-A. is supported by a Tasmania Graduate Research Scholarship, by Asthma Australia through a Top-up Scholarship and by the New South Wales Bushfire Risk Management Research Hub through a Top-up Scholarship.