Additional file 1: of Increase in fertility following coal and oil power plant retirements in California

Figure S1. Flow chart of study population assembly. Figure S2. Changes in coal and oil used for electricity generation in California between 2000 and 2012. Table S1. Characteristics of the 8 coal and oil power plants that retired between 2001 and 2011. Table S2. Change in median and interquartile range PM2.5 concentrations by area bin. Table S3. Analysis stratified by fuel type for the change in the annual fertility rate between 2001 and 2011in California after 8 coal and oil power plant retirements. Table S4. Negative control analysis for the change in the annual fertility rate between 2001 and 2011in California after 8 coal and oil power plant retirements. Table S5. Change in the annual fertility rate between 2001–2011in California after 8 coal and oil power plant retirements, further adjusted for annual housing foreclosures. Table S6. Demographic changes comparing before and after coal and oil power plant retirements in California, between 2001–2011. (DOCX 379 kb)