Filippelli, Gabriel; Widhalm, Melissa; Filley, Rose; Comer, Karen; Ejeta, Gebisa; Field, William; Freeman, Jennifer L.; Gibson, Joe; Jay, Stephen; Johnson, Daniel; Moreno-Madriñán, Max Jacobo; Mattes, Richard D.; Ogashawara, Igor; Prather, Jeremy; Rosenthal, Frank; Smirat, Jeries; Wang, Yi; Wells, Ellen; and Dukes, Jeffrey, "Hoosiers’ Health in a Changing Climate: A Report from the Indiana Climate Change Impacts Assessment" (2018). Health Reports. Paper 1.
In the coming decades, Indiana’s changing climate will bring with it higher temperatures, longer heat waves, more extremely hot days and more frequent extreme storm events. Those changes will affect the health of Hoosiers in every part of the state. This report from the Indiana Climate Change Impacts Assessment (IN CCIA) describes historical and future climate-related health impacts that affect Hoosiers.
Indiana, climate, climate change, health, health impacts, air pollution, pollen, flooding, disease
Date of this Version
Purdue Climate Change Research Center