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Premature Mortality Due to Particulate Air Pollution in 239 American Cities


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CLEVELAND, OH

This table provides summary information for Metropolitan Statistical Area 1680, CLEVELAND, OH. The table also provides detailed information on PM-10 concentrations reported at individual monitoring stations within the MSA.

A glossary provides an explanation of key terms reported in the MSA tables.

  
PM-10 Concentration
1990-1994 Average Annual Mean: 35.6
Rank by PM-10 Concentration: 17 of 239
Mortality Attributable to Air Pollution
Risk Ratio for Cardiopulmonary Mortality: 1.15
Adult Cardiopulmonary Attributable Deaths: 1,161 (694-1,585)
Attributable Deaths per 100,000 Population: 61
Rank by Number of Attributable Deaths: 10 of 239
Rank Attributable Death Rate: 20 of 239
Mortality (1989 data)
Total Mortality: 17,809
Adult Cardiopulmonary Deaths: 9,099
Auto Accident Deaths: 216
Population (1980 data)
Total Population: 1,899,000
Counties Assigned to MSA
Cuyahoga Co, OH
Geauga Co, OH
Lake Co, OH
Medina Co, OH
Monitoring Stations
  Location
(State, County, City, Address)
Average
Annual Mean
PM-10
Concentration
(1990-1994)
Peak
24-Hour
PM-10
Concentration
Year of
Peak
Reading
Number
of Years
of Data
OH
  Cuyahoga Co
   EAST 14TH AND ORANGE, CLEVELAND 43.4 120 1994 2
  BROOK PARK
   16900 HOLLAND ROAD 24.8 60 1990 5
   5111 WEST 164TH STREET 32.7 58 1990 1
   5220 WEST 164TH, BROOK PARK 33.3 72 1991 4
  CLEVELAND
   2200 W 28TH STREET 30.0 82 1994 5
   2547 ST TIKHON ST 35.5 111 1994 4
   2785 BROADWAY 50.2 133 1994 5
   4150 EAST 49TH ST 49.5 143 1994 4
   4950 BROADWAY AVE. 39.7 122 1990 5
   E. 22ND & WOODLAND 38.4 107 1992 3
  Lake Co
  FAIRPORT HARBOR
   IQ 325 VINE STREET, FAIRPORT HS 21.5 56 1991 5
Notes
   Annual Mean
PM-10 Concentration
24-Hour
PM-10 Concentration
National Ambient Air Quality Standards: 50150
California Ambient Air Quality Standards: 30 50
NRDC Recommended Standards: 17 33
All PM-10 concentrations are reported in (ug/m³).
Bold designates PM-10 Hotspots, individual monitoring stations among the top 50 annual mean concentrations in the U. S.
Italic designates PM-10 Hotspots, individual monitoring stations among the top 50 24-hour concentrations in the U. S. in 1994.
Peak 24-hour PM-10 concentration reported is the highest value of the 2nd highest 24-hour concentration reported during a year for which data is available.
Metropolitan Statistical Areas are as defined by the Office of Management and Budget for 1980, except for New England, where areas are New England County Metropolitan Areas.

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