Sinabung Evacuee Study

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Description: This is a study of birth outcomes and child growth in evacuees from Gunung Sinabung, a volcano that has been active since 2010, in North Sumatra, Indonesia. Data were collected from evacuees and a matching sample of non-evacuees in 2017 and 2018. This is a collaborative project led by Geoff Kushnick and Alison Behie of The Australian National University, and Fikarwin Zuska of the University of North Sumatra.

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  • Matched Retrospective Cohort Study

    A matched retrospective cohort study comparing birth outcomes in exposed (evacuees) and unexposed (non-evacuees) cohorts. Part of a study of birth out...

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