Research Bibliography


A case for Planetary Health/Geohealth. GeoHealth [Internet]. 2017;1 (2) :75-78.

Authors: Almada AA, Golden CD, Osofsky SA, Myers SS. 

A Climate-Based Model Predicts the Spatial Distribution of the Lyme Disease Vector Ixodes scapularis in the United States. Environmental Health Perspectives [Internet]. 2003;111 :1152.

Authors: Brownstein JS, Holford TR, Fish D.

A global assessment of closed forests, deforestation and malaria risk. Ann Trop Med Parasitol [Internet]. 2006;100 :189-204.

Authors: Guerra CA, Snow RW, Hay SI.

A meta-analysis of bees' responses to anthropogenic disturbance. Ecology [Internet]. 2009;90 (8) :2068-76.

Authors: Winfree R, Aguilar R, Vázquez DP, LeBuhn G, Aizen MA.

A Rift Valley fever atlas for Africa. Preventive Veterinary Medicine [Internet]. 2007;82 :72-82.

Authors: Clements ACA, Pfeiffer DU, Martin V, Otte MJ.

Addressing challenges to human health in the Anthropocene epoch—an overview of the findings of the Rockefeller/Lancet Commission on Planetary Health . International Health [Internet]. 2017;9 (5) :269–271.

Author: Haines A. 

Agricultural Development and Arthropod-borne Diseases: a Review. Rev Saude Publica Jun [Internet]. 1991;25 :165-78.

Author: Service MW. 

Agrochemical pollution increases risk of human exposure to schistosome parasites. [Internet]. 2017.

Authors Halstead N, Hoover C, Arakala A, Civitello DJ, Leo GD, Gambhir M, Johnson SA, Loerns KA, McMahon TA, Nguyen K, et al.

Assessing Ecosystem Health Trends. Ecology & Evolution [Internet]. 1998;13 :397-402.

Authors: Rapport DJ, Costanza R, McMichael AJ.

Assessing ecosystem impacts on health: A tool review. Ecosystem Services [Internet]. 2016;17 :237-254.

Authors: Oosterbroek B, Kraker JD, Huynen, M MTE, Martens P. 

Avian Influenza and the Environment: An Ecohealth Perspective. UNEP Report; 2006.

Author: Rapport DJ.

Biomass burning, humans and climate change in Southeast Asia. Biodiversity Conservation [Internet]. 2010;19 :1025-1042.

Author: Taylor D.

Bushmeat hunting, deforestation, and prediction of zoonotic disease emergence. Emerging Infectious Diseases [Internet]. 2005;11 :1822-27.

Authors: Wolfe ND, Daszak P, Kilpatrick MA, Burke, D S. 

Climate benefits of changing diet. Climatic Change [Internet]. 2009;95 :83-102.

Authors: Stehfest E, Bouwman L, van Vuuren DP, den Elzen MGJ, Eickhout B, Kabat P. 

Climate change and conservation in Brazil: CGE evaluation of health and wealth impacts. The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy [Internet]. 2009;9 :42.

Authors: Pattanayak SK, Ross MT, Depro BM, Bauch SC, Timmins C, Wendland KJ, Alger K. 

Comparative quantification of health risks: global and regional burden of disease attribution to selected major risk factors. Vol. 1. Geneva: World Health Organization ; 2004.

Authors: Ezzati M, Lopez AD, Rodgers A, Murray, Christopher JL.

Complex environmental alterations damages human body defence system: a new bio-systemic way of investigation. WSEAS Transactions on Environment and Development [Internet]. 2017;13 :170-180.

Authors: Ingegnoli V, Giglio E.

Complexity in action: Untangling latent relationships between land quality, economic structures and socio-spatial patterns in Italy.

Authors: Salvati L, Tombolini I, Gemmiti R, Carlucci M, Bajocco S, Perini L, Ferrara A, Colantoni A.

Critical linkages between land-use transition and human health in the Himalayan region. Environment International [Internet]. 2008;34 :239-247

Authors: Xu J, Sharma R, Fang J, Xu Y.

Dealing with extreme environmental degradation: stress and marginalization of Sahel dwellers. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology [Internet]. 1999;34 :376-382.

Authors: Van Haaften EH, Van de Vijver FJR.

Dispersion and oviposition of aedes albopictus in a brazilian slum: Initial evidence of asian tiger mosquito domiciliation in urban environments Plos ONE. [Internet]. 2018;13(4).

Authors: Ayllon T, Camara DCP, Morone FC, Goncalves LdS, Saito Monteiro de Barros, F., Brasil P, Sa Carvalho M, Alves Honorio N.

Economic value of tropical forest to coffee production. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A [Internet]. 2004;101 :12579-12582.

Authors: Ricketts T, Daily, G C, Ehrlich, P R, Michener, C D.

Effects of environmental change on emerging parasitic diseases. International Journal for Parasitology [Internet]. 2000;30 :1395-1405.

Authors: Patz JA, Graczyk TK, Geller N, Vittor AY.

Effects of free-air CO2 enrichment (FACE) and soil warming on CH4 emission from a rice paddy field: impact assessment and stoichiometric evaluation. Biogeosciences [Internet]. 2010;7 :2639-2653.

Authors: Tokida T, Fumoto T, Cheng W, Matsunami T, Adachi M, Katayanagi N, Matsushima M, Okawara Y, Nakamura H, Okada M, et al.

Exposure to Greenness and Mortality in a Nationwide Prospective Cohort Study of Women. Environmental Health Perspectives [Internet]. 2016;124 (9) :1344-1352.

Authors: James P, Hart JE, Banay RF, Laden F.

Freshwater community interactions and malaria. In: Collinge, Sharon K, Ray C Disease ecology. Oxford: Oxford University Press ; 2006. pp. 227.

Authors: Rejmankova E, Grieco J, Achee N, Masuoka P, Pope K, Roberts D, Higashi R.

Health effects and wind turbines: a review of the literature. Environmental Health: A Global Access Science Source [Internet]. 2011;10 (78).

Authors: Knopper LD, Ollson CA. 

Health impact assessment of increased irrigation in the Tana River Basin, Kenya. In: In The Changing Face of Irrigation in Kenya: Opportunities for Anticipating Change in Eastern and Southern Africa (ed. HG Blank, HG Mutero, CM Murray-Rust). Colombo, Sri Lanka: Int. Water Manag. Inst ; 2002. pp. 211-29.

Authors: Cm. M.

How can market mechanisms for forest environmental services help the poor? Preliminary lessons from Latin America. World Development [Internet]. 2005;33 :1511-1527.

Authors: Grieg-Gran M, Porras I, Wunder S.

How effective were mangroves as a defense against the recent tsunami?. Curr. Biol. [Internet]. 2005;15 :R443-47.

Authors: Dahdouh-Guebas F, Jayatissa LP, Di Nitto D, Bosire JO, Lo Seen D, Koedam N.
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