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 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.

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. 

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. 

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.

Effects of elevated CO2 concentration on growth, water use, yield and grain quality of wheat under two soil water levels. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment [Internet]. 2004;104 :493-507.

Authors: Wu D-X, Wang G-X, Bai Y-F, Liao J-X. 

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.

Inadequate management of natural ecosystem in the Brazilian Amazon region results in the emergence and reemergence of arboviruses. Cadernos de Saude Publica [Internet]. 2001;17 :155-64.

Authors: Vasconcelos, P FC, Travassos da Rosa, A PA, Rodrigues, S G, Travassos de Rosa, E S, Degallier N, Travassos da Rosa, J FS.

Increased spatial variability and intensification of extreme monsoon rainfall due to urbanization. Scientific Reports [Internet]. 2018;8:1-9.

Authors: Paul S, Ghosh S, Matthew M, Devanand A, Karmakar S, Niyogi D.

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

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

Mapping exposure to particulate pollution during severe haze episode using improved MODIS AOT-PM10 regression model with synoptic meteorology classification. GeoHealth [Internet]. 2017.

Authors: Oanh NTK, Leelasakultum K. 

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.

Re-emergence of malaria in India. Indian J Med Res [Internet]. 1996;103 :26-45.

Author: Sharma VP.

The Built Environment, Climate Change, and Health: Opportunities for Co-Benefits. American Journal of Preventive Medicine [Internet]. 2008;35 :517-526.

Authors: Younger M, Morrow-Almeida HR, Vindigni SM, Dannenberg AL.

The hidden environmental factors behind the spread of Zika and other devastating diseases. The Washington Post [Internet]. 2016

Author: Mooney C. 

A call for clinicians to act on planetary health. The Lancet. 2019;393(10185) : 2021

Authors: Veidis EM, Myers SS, Almada AA, Golden CD et al. 

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

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

A comprehensive India-wide social vulnerability analysis: highlighting its influence on hydro-climatic risk. Environmental Research Letters [Internet] 2020; 15:1-10.

Vittal H, Marmakar S, Ghosh S, Murtugudde R. 

A mixed-method study to inform the implementation and expansion of pop-up parks for economic, behavioral, and social benefits. Journal of Urban Health [Internet]. 2020 :1-14.

Authors: Winter S, Sheats J, Salvo D, Banda J, Quinn J, Rivera B, King A.

A novel international partnership for actionable evidence on urban health in latin america: LAC‐Urban health and SALURBAL. [Internet]. Global Challenges 2018.

Authors: Diez Roux AV, Slesinski SC, Alazraqui M, Caiaffa WT, Frenz P, Fuchs RJ, Miranda JJ, Rodriguez DA, Sarmiento Duenas OL, Siri J, et al.

A systematic quantitative review of urban tree benefits, costs, and assessment methods across cities in different climatic zones. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening [Internet]. 2012;11 (4) :351-363.

Authors: Roy S, Bryne J, Pickering C.

Air pollution and suicide in 10 cities in northeast asia: A time-stratified case-crossover analysis. Environmental Health Perspectives [Internet]. 2018;126(3).

Authors: Kim Y, Ng CFS, Chung Y, Kim H, Honda Y, Guo YL, Lim Y, Chen B, Page L, Hashizume M.

Alternatives to biodiversity offsets for mitigating the effects of urbanization on stream ecosystems . Conservation Biology [Internet]. 2017.

Authors: Coker ME, Bond NR, Chee YE, Walsh CJ.

An Ounce of Prevention: Making the Link Between Health and Conservation. Washington, DC: Biodiversity Support Program, World Wildlife Fund; 2001 pp. 58.

Authors: Margoluis R, Myers SS, Allen J, Roca J, Melnyk M, Swanson J.

Assessing ozone-related health impacts under a changing climate. Environ. Health Perspect. [Internet]. 2004;112 :1557-63.

Authors: Knowlton K, Rosenthal JE, Hogrefe C, Lynn B, Gaffin S.

Assessing the Relationship Between Human Well-being and Ecosystem Services: A Review of Frameworks. Conservation and Society [Internet]. 2014;12 (4) :437-449.

Authors: Agarwala M, Atkinson G, Fry PB, Homewood K, Mourato S, Rowcliffe JM, Wallace G, Milner-Gulland EJ.

Assessing the Vulnerability of Social-Environmental Systems. Annual Review of Environment and Resources [Internet]. 2006;31 :365-394.

Authors: Eakin H, Luers AL. 
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