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 framework to quantify the strength of ecological links between an environmental stressor and final ecosystem services . Ecosphere [Internet]. 2017;8 (5).

Authors: Bell MD, Phelan J, Blett TF, Landers D, Nahlik AM, Houtven GV, Davis C, Clark CM, Hewitt J.

A Relationship between Environmental Degradation and Mental Health in Rural Western Australia. Health & Place [Internet]. 2009;15 :880-887.

Authors: Speldewinde PC, Cook A, Davies P, Weinstein P

A Safe Operating Space for Humanity. Nature [Internet]. 2009;461.

Authors: Rockstrom J, Steffen W, Noone K, Persson A, Chapin FS, Lambin EF, Lenton TM, Scheffer M, Scheffer M, Folke C, et al.

A systematic review of evidence for the added benefits to health of exposure to natural environments. BMC Public Health [Internet]. 2010;10 :456.

Authors: Bowler DE, Buyung-Ali LM, Knight TM, Pullin AS.

A systematic review of the health and well-being benefits of biodiverse environments. J Toxicol Environ Health B Crit Rev [Internet]. 2014;17 (1) :1-20.

Authors: Lovell R, Wheeler BW, Higgins SL, Irvine KN, Depledge MH.

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. 

Air pollution and urbanicity: common risk factors for dementia and schizophrenia?. The Lancet Planetary Health [Internet]. 2017;1 (3) :e90–e91.

Authors: Attademo L, Bernardini F.

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. 

Attributable Human-Induced Changes in the Likelihood and Magnitude of the Observed Extreme Precipitation during Hurricane Harvey . Geophysical Research Letters [Internet]. 2017;44 (24).

Authors: Risser MD, Wehner MF.

Biodiversity, Endemism, Sense of Place, and Public Health: Inter-relationships for Australian Inland Aquatic Systems. Ecosystem Health [Internet]. 2002;7 :253-265.

Authors: Horwitz P, Lindsay M, O'Connor M. 

Biological Diversity and Public Health. Annu Rev Public Health. 2014;35 :153-167.

Author: Bernstein AS.

Can natural and virtual environments be used to promote improved human health and wellbeing?. Environmental Science & Technology [Internet]. 2011;45 :4660-4665.

Authors: Depledge MH, Stone RJ, Bird WJ.

Climate-induced community relocations: using integrated social-ecological assessments to foster adaptation and resilience . Ecology and Society. 2015;20 (3) :36.

Author: Bronen R. 

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.

Conceptualizing holistic community resilience to climate events: Foundation for a climate resilience screening index . GeoHealth [Internet]. 2017.

Authors: Summers JK, Smith LM, Harwell LC, Buck KD.

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.

Empirical evidence of mental health risks posed by climate change. PNAS. 2018; 115(43): 10953-10958.

Authors: Obradovich N, Migliorini R, Paulus M.P, Rahway I. 

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.

Green areas and health outcomes: A systematic review of the scientific literature. Italian Journal of Public Health [Internet]. 2010;7 (4) :402-413.

Authors: Nardo DF, Saulle R, Torre LG.

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. 

Human Health as a Judicious Conservation Opportunity. Conservation Biology [Internet]. 2014;28 :627-9.

Authors: Redford KH, Myers SS, Ricketts TH, Osofsky SA. 

Human health under threat from ecosystem degradation. World Health Organization [Internet]. 2005.

Authors: WHO

Integrating Ecology and Poverty Reduction. New York: Springer. 2012.

Authors: Ingram, J., DeClerck, F. and Rumbaitis del Rio, C.

Linear growth retardation and cognition. The Lancet [Internet]. 2002;359 :542-542.

Authors: Grantham-McGregor S.

Nature Contact and Human Health: A Research Agenda . Environmental Health Perspectives [Internet]. 2017;125 (7).

Authors: Frumkin H, Bratman GN, Breslow SJ, Cochran B, Jr PHK, Lawler JJ, Levin PS, Tandon PS, Varanasi U, Wolf KL, et al. 

Planetary health: protecting human health on a rapidly changing planet . The Lancet [Internet]. 2017.

Author: Myers SS. 

Planetary health: What is it and what should doctors do? Med J Aust. [Internet]. 2018;208(7):296-7.

Authors: Capon AG, AC Talley NJ, Horton RC.

Preventive Medicine for the Planet and Its Peoples. The New England Journal of Medicine [Internet]. 2017.

Authors: Hunter DJ, Frumkin H, Jha A.
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