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Master of Science (MS)
Geography (Community and Environmental Planning Option)
Department or School/College
Department of Geography
Jeffrey Gritzner, Kay Unger
Age-Adjusted Mortality, Missoula County, Mortality
University of Montana
The rationale and implications of current methodologies for assessing mortality rates among spatially diverse human populations has importance to the field of Health Geography. By comparing the death rates of Missoula County Montana, the State of Montana, and the United States by using crude and age-adjusted mortality data an effort is made to detect whether there is significant variance within comparable datasets, and whether the time-series plots follow comparative linear regression trend lines.
Yochim, Daniel John, "AN EXAMINATION OF MORTALITY RATES OF MISSOULA COUNTY AS COMPARED TO STATE AND NATIONAL LEVELS" (2009). Graduate Student Theses, Dissertations, & Professional Papers. 131.
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