David M. Hondula
David M. Hondula
Associate Professor, Arizona State Univ. & Director of Heat Response & Mitigation, City of Phoenix
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The burden of heat-related mortality attributable to recent human-induced climate change
AM Vicedo-Cabrera, N Scovronick, F Sera, D Royé, R Schneider, ...
Nature climate change 11 (6), 492-500, 2021
Extreme weather and climate change: population health and health system implications
KL Ebi, J Vanos, JW Baldwin, JE Bell, DM Hondula, NA Errett, K Hayes, ...
Annual review of public health 42 (1), 293-315, 2021
Fine-scale spatial variability of heat-related mortality in Philadelphia County, USA, from 1983-2008: a case-series analysis
DM Hondula, RE Davis, MJ Leisten, MV Saha, LM Veazey, CR Wegner
Environmental health 11 (1), 1-11, 2012
Rising temperatures, human health, and the role of adaptation
DM Hondula, RC Balling, JK Vanos, M Georgescu
Current Climate Change Reports 1, 144-154, 2015
Cities, settlements and key infrastructure
D Dodman, B Hayward, M Pelling, V CASTAN BROTO, WTL CHOW
Cambridge University Press 1, 907, 2022
Opportunities and challenges for personal heat exposure research
ER Kuras, MB Richardson, MM Calkins, KL Ebi, JJ Hess, KW Kintziger, ...
Environmental Health Perspectives 125 (8), 085001, 2017
A glossary for biometeorology
SN Gosling, EK Bryce, PG Dixon, KMA Gabriel, EY Gosling, JM Hanes, ...
International journal of biometeorology 58, 277-308, 2014
Geographic dimensions of heat-related mortality in seven US cities
DM Hondula, RE Davis, MV Saha, CR Wegner, LM Veazey
Environmental research 138, 439-452, 2015
Climate change and infectious diseases in the Arctic: establishment of a circumpolar working group
AJ Parkinson, B Evengard, JC Semenza, N Ogden, ML Břrresen, ...
International journal of circumpolar health 73 (1), 25163, 2014
Heterogeneity in individually experienced temperatures (IETs) within an urban neighborhood: insights from a new approach to measuring heat exposure
ER Kuras, DM Hondula, J Brown-Saracino
International journal of biometeorology 59, 1363-1372, 2015
The SSC: a decade of climate–health research and future directions
DM Hondula, JK Vanos, SN Gosling
International journal of biometeorology 58, 109-120, 2014
Heat-related morbidity in Brisbane, Australia: spatial variation and area-level predictors
DM Hondula, AG Barnett
Environmental health perspectives 122 (8), 831-836, 2014
Mortality displacement as a function of heat event strength in 7 US cities
MV Saha, RE Davis, DM Hondula
American journal of epidemiology 179 (4), 467-474, 2014
Multiple trigger points for quantifying heat-health impacts: new evidence from a hot climate
DB Petitti, DM Hondula, S Yang, SL Harlan, G Chowell
Environmental health perspectives 124 (2), 176-183, 2016
Adaptation to climate change: a comparative analysis of modeling methods for heat-related mortality
SN Gosling, DM Hondula, A Bunker, D Ibarreta, J Liu, X Zhang, ...
Environmental health perspectives 125 (8), 087008, 2017
Challenges associated with projecting urbanization-induced heat-related mortality
DM Hondula, M Georgescu, RC Balling Jr
Science of the total environment 490, 538-544, 2014
Household accessibility to heat refuges: residential air conditioning, public cooled space, and walkability
AM Fraser, MV Chester, D Eisenman, DM Hondula, SS Pincetl, P English, ...
Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science 44 (6), 1036-1055, 2017
A comparison of trajectory and air mass approaches to examine ozone variability
RE Davis, CP Normile, L Sitka, DM Hondula, DB Knight, SP Gawtry, ...
Atmospheric Environment 44 (1), 64-74, 2010
Assessing adaptation strategies for extreme heat: a public health evaluation of cooling centers in Maricopa County, Arizona
V Berisha, D Hondula, M Roach, JR White, B McKinney, D Bentz, ...
Weather, climate, and society 9 (1), 71-80, 2017
A back‐trajectory and air mass climatology for the Northern Shenandoah Valley, USA
DM Hondula, L Sitka, RE Davis, DB Knight, SD Gawtry, ML Deaton, ...
International Journal of Climatology: A Journal of the Royal Meteorological …, 2010
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