How Does Particulate Matter and Ozone Levels Affect Manchester, NH Public Health?
Southern New Hampshire University
The aim of this research project is to examine the effects of particulate matter and ozone levels on public health in Manchester, NH. Air pollution is a significant environmental problem in Manchester, with particulate matter and ozone being two of the most concerning pollutants. Exposure to high levels of particulate matter and ozone can cause respiratory and cardiovascular problems, including asthma, bronchitis, and heart attacks, among others. Long-term exposure to particulate matter has also been linked to premature death. This study will analyze air quality data and public health records to assess the impact of particulate matter and ozone levels on the health of Manchester residents. The findings of this study will be useful in guiding policies and interventions aimed at reducing air pollution and protecting public health in Manchester, NH.