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Modified GDP through health cost analysis of air pollution: the case of Turkey
Economic growth and performance is monitored through the gross domestic product (GDP) of a nation. It has long been recognized that the traditionally computed GDP does not account for gains and losses observed due to the ...
Estimation of health and economic benefits of air pollution abatement for Turkey in 1990 and 1993
An average of 15 million residents of the major cities in Turkey were exposed to particulate matter (PM10) and SO2 levels above the World Health Organization (WHO) standards in the 1990–1993 period. An assessment of the ...
Emissions due to fossil-fuel consumption and cement production in Turkey (1970-1991)
Standard emission factors are used for estimating levels of particulate matter (PM), SOx, CO, volatile organic compounds (VOC), NOx and CO2. Results are presented for different fuels and energy-consuming sectors. In the ...