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FMI's researchers publish about 300 peer-reviewed articles annually.
In Science News we publish current information about FMI's studies on the weather, the sea and the climate.
According to a study examining the correlation between mortality and temperature, the mortality risk increases by about 14% when the average daily temperature is -20 °C, when using the baseline of the death rate at a temperature of +14 °C, where the mortality risk for Finns is at its lowest.
The temperature dependence of mortality is typically U-shaped - in other words, the risk of mortality grows as a result of both cold stress and heat stress. Mortality is at its lowest in climatic conditions to which people have adapted best.
Reija Ruuhela, tel. +358 500 424533, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ruuhela R, Hyvärinen O and Jylhä K, 2018. Regional Assessment of Temperature-Related Mortality in Finland. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 15(3), 406. doi:10.3390/ijerph15030406
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Meteorological and Marine Research Programme
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Space and Earth Observation Centre
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All publications from 2016 onwards can be found on Helda.