Volume No. 3 Issue No.: 3 Page No.: 627-638 Jan-Mar 2009

 

THE RELATION BETWEEN CLIMATIC FACTORS AND TEHRAN’S AIR POLLUTANTS WITH THE DEATH CAUSED BY CARDIAC DISEASES

 

Faramarz Khoshakhlagh, Gholam reza Roshan*1 and Reza Borna2

1. Department of Climatology, Faculty of Geography, University of Tehran, (IRAN)
2. Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University (IRAN)

 

Received on : October 19, 2008

 

ABSTRACT

 

The pollutions have been increased by urbanism improvement and development of cities with the rapid increase of population and improvement of industrial actions according to irregular consumption of fossil fuels which their results firstly would be touched by citizens like respiratory diseases or reinforcement of cardiac and pulmonary diseases. In this case study after a brief view of climatic vacillations and synoptic systems infecting Tehran’S air pollution process, the relation between climatic factors like temperature, rain fall, pressure, wind, relative humidity and atmospheric pollutants like CO,NO2,SO2,HC,CO2,TSM with the number of death of Tehran’S. cardiac diseases in the statistic period of 1994-2004 have been and also with the use of regressive cohesion relations we have surveyed. The analysis of monthly mean of all alternatives with the death of cardiac diseases.
The survey’S results shows that there is a meaning full and stable relation among the climatic factors like temperature humidity, radiation, orientation and speed of the wind and pressure with the number of death of cardiac diseases. So the reduction of temperature, death of cardiac diseases. So the reduction of temperature, and the increase of pressure will cause the increase of air pollutant’S density and its agglomeration in a limited layer close to earth and finally the increase of number of death of cardiac diseases. The increase of death caused by cardiac diseases will rise to its maximum in cold months of year like December, January, February that the atmospheric state over flaw is high.

 

Keywords : Practical dermatology, Medical geography, Urbanites air pollution, Cardiac diseases.

 

 

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