MICROMORT


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MICROMORTOne-in-a-Million Chance of Death from an Environmental Hazard
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Drinking 2 glasses of wine or riding a bike for 17 miles = 1, 2.5x the micromort of having a breast implant for life.
If willingness to pay is found to be $6.90 for a single micromort (that is, a risk change of 0.000001), then willingness to pay would be $6.9 million for a risk change of 1.00 (which sounds like going from a death probability of one to a death probability of zero).
Annual dispersal rates (with 95% CIs) were estimated using MICROMORT (Heisey and Fuller 1985).
We employed the MICROMORT program (Heisey and Fuller 1985, Ferreras et al.