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In this research the effect of 12 climate risk factors of skin cancer and skin melanoma were studied in a population of Khabarovsk Krai using climate geographic information system by the methods of correlation and regression analysis. It was found that the incidence of skin cancer strongly correlated with the levels of total annual absorbed shortwave radiation, the absolute minimum air temperature in January, the annual radiation balance and the monthly average air temperature in January.doi:10.15275/rusomj.2014.0106 fatcat:jhveib7ckvbt7gs2vvp3uvos4m