The New England Integrated Sciences and Assessments (NEISA) is an engaged research program devoted to the development
of decision relevant information concerning climate and air quality for the citizens of New England.
NEISA is a University of New Hampshire coordinated, multi-institutional and multi-disciplinary
integrated assessment focussing
on the relationship between climate, air quality, and human health in New England.
The Integrated Human Health and Air Quality Assessment (INHALE) is currently the primary focus of the
New England Integrated Sciences and Assessments (NEISA).
The main goal of the INHALE project is to improve public health by:
Engaging key stakeholders in a collaborative effort to better define the link among climate, air quality, and human health;
Determining the health care and other economic costs associated with poor air quality (including biological, chemical, and
physical aspects of air quality);
Developing and implementing adaptive strategies and creating informed public policy.
Air Quality Forecasts
New England Air Quality Forecast (EPA Region 1)
Local Air Quality Forecasts (EPA AirNow)
Ozone and Weather Forecasts (NOAA)
New Hampshire Weather and Air Quality (AIRMAP)
Pollen and Mold
New England Climate
Monthly and Seasonal Climate Outlook for the United States
Indicators of Climate Change in the Northeast
Recently published air pollution and health research
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Air pollution and health
Ozone and health
Particulate matter and health
Air pollution and health in the news
13 Sept 2005 - Asthma worsens with start of school year
11 Aug 2005 - Childhood cancers linked to pollution, claims study