Selected publications by the members of the GEO Health Community of Practice

2019

A millennium-long reconstruction of damaging hydrological events across Italy. Scientific Reports. (N. Diodato, F.C. Ljungqvist, G. Bellocchi)

Predicting geographical variation in health-related quality of life. Preventive Medicine. (P. Dwivedi, D. Huang, W. Yu, Q. Nguyen)

A genetic algorithm for identifying spatially-varying environmental drivers in a malaria time series model. Environmental Modelling & Software. (J.K. Davis, T. Gebrehiwot, M. Worku, W. Awoke, A. Mihretie, D. Nekorchuk, M.C. Wimberly)

HABscope: A tool for use by citizen scientists to facilitate early warning of respiratory irritation caused by toxic blooms of Karenia brevis. PLoS ONE. (D.R. Hardison, W.C. Holland, R.D. Currier, B. Kirkpatrick, R. Stumpf, T. Fanara, D. Burris, A. Reich, G.J. Kirkpatrick, R.W. Litaker)

Social media to guide One Health initiatives. The Clinical Teacher. (V.J. Animasahun, H.J. Chapman, B.K. Oyewole)

Use of earth observation-derived hydrometeorological variables to model and predict rotavirus infection (MAL-ED): a multisite cohort study. Lancet Planetary Health. (J.M. Colston, B. Zaitchik, G. Kang, P. Peñataro Yori, T. Ahmed, A. Lima, A. Turab, E. Mduma, P. Sunder Shrestha, P. Bessong, R.D. Peng, R.E. Black, L.H. Moulton, M.N. Kosek)

Associations between alteration in plant phenology and hay fever prevalence among US adults: Implication for changing climate. PLoS ONE. (A. Sapkota, R. Murtugudde, F.C. Curriero, C.R. Upperman, L. Ziska, C. Jiang)

Reflection on modern methods: years of life lost due to premature mortality—a versatile and comprehensive measure for monitoring non-communicable disease mortality. International Journal of Epidemiology. (R. Martinez, P. Soliz, R. Caixeta, P. Ordunez)

Use of geospatial surveillance and response systems for vector-borne diseases in the elimination phase. Tropical Medicine and Infectious Disease. (J.B. Malone, R. Bergquist, M. Martins, J.C. Luvall)

Incorporating the One Health framework in medical education. Medical Teacher. (H.J. Chapman, S. Gupta) 

Relations between air pollution and vascular development in 5-year old children: a cross-sectional study in the Netherlands. Environmental Health. (A.-M. Ntarladima, I. Vaartjes, D.E. Grobbee, M. Dijst, O. Schmitz, C. Uiterwaal, G. Dalmeijer, C. van der Ent, G. Hoek, D. Karssenberg)