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Figures S1–S13. Plots checking the proportional hazard assumptions for all variables.

Figure S1. Checking proportional hazards assumptions for heatwave (HWD 4).

Figure S2. Checking proportional hazards assumptions for SEIFA scores Variable “disvin” in this figure refers to index of socio-economic disadvantage.

Figure S3. Checking proportional hazards assumptions for maternal age.

Figure S4. Checking proportional hazards assumptions for Indigenous status.

Figure S5. Checking proportional hazards assumptions for marital status.

Figure S6. Checking proportional hazards assumptions for baby's gender.

Figure S7. Checking proportional hazards assumptions for parity.

Figure S7. Checking proportional hazards assumptions for parity.

Figure S8. Checking proportional hazards assumptions for relative humidity.

Figure S9. Checking proportional hazards assumptions for air pressure.

Figure S10. Checking proportional hazards assumptions for PM10.

Figure S11. Checking proportional hazards assumptions for O3.

Figure S12. Checking proportional hazards assumptions for CO.

Figure S13. Checking proportional hazards assumptions for NO2.

bjo12397-sup-0002-TableS1.pdfapplication/PDF39KTable S1. Hazard ratios (HRs) of preterm birth of single-pollutant models for women who experienced a heatwave in their last gestational weeks in a birth cohort during 2000-2010, Brisbane, Australia.

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