Colleen E. Reid
Colleen E. Reid
Associate Professor, Department of Geography, University of Colorado Boulder
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Critical Review of Health Impacts of Wildfire Smoke Exposure
CE Reid, M Brauer, F Johnston, M Jerrett, JR Balmes, CT Elliott
Environmental Health Perspectives, 2016
Mapping community determinants of heat vulnerability
CE Reid, MS O’neill, CJ Gronlund, SJ Brines, DG Brown, AV Diez-Roux, ...
Environmental health perspectives 117 (11), 1730-1736, 2009
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, 2021
Spatiotemporal prediction of fine particulate matter during the 2008 Northern California wildfires using machine learning
CE Reid, M Jerrett, ML Petersen, GG Pfister, PE Morefield, IB Tager, ...
Environmental science & technology 49 (6), 3887-3896, 2015
Aeroallergens, allergic disease, and climate change: impacts and adaptation
CE Reid, JL Gamble
EcoHealth 6, 458-470, 2009
Birth weight following pregnancy during the 2003 Southern California wildfires
DM Holstius, CE Reid, BM Jesdale, R Morello-Frosch
Environmental health perspectives 120 (9), 1340-1345, 2012
Burden of disease from rising coal-fired power plant emissions in Southeast Asia
SN Koplitz, DJ Jacob, MP Sulprizio, L Myllyvirta, C Reid
Environmental science & technology 51 (3), 1467-1476, 2017
Evaluation of a heat vulnerability index on abnormally hot days: an environmental public health tracking study
CE Reid, JK Mann, R Alfasso, PB English, GC King, RA Lincoln, ...
Environmental health perspectives 120 (5), 715-720, 2012
Differential respiratory health effects from the 2008 northern California wildfires: a spatiotemporal approach
CE Reid, M Jerrett, IB Tager, ML Petersen, JK Mann, JR Balmes
Environmental research 150, 227-235, 2016
Is all urban green space the same? A comparison of the health benefits of trees and grass in New York City
CE Reid, JE Clougherty, JLC Shmool, LD Kubzansky
International journal of environmental research and public health 14 (11), 1411, 2017
Wildfire smoke exposure under climate change: impact on respiratory health of affected communities
CE Reid, MM Maestas
Current opinion in pulmonary medicine 25 (2), 179-187, 2019
Associations between respiratory health and ozone and fine particulate matter during a wildfire event
CE Reid, EM Considine, GL Watson, D Telesca, GG Pfister, M Jerrett
Environment international 129, 291-298, 2019
It's not easy assessing greenness: a comparison of NDVI datasets and neighborhood types and their associations with self-rated health in New York City
CE Reid, LD Kubzansky, J Li, JL Shmool, JE Clougherty
Health & place 54, 92-101, 2018
The role of ambient ozone in epidemiologic studies of heat-related mortality
CE Reid, JM Snowden, C Kontgis, IB Tager
Environmental health perspectives 120 (12), 1627-1630, 2012
Machine learning models accurately predict ozone exposure during wildfire events
GL Watson, D Telesca, CE Reid, GG Pfister, M Jerrett
Environmental Pollution 254, 112792, 2019
Perceptions of green space usage, abundance, and quality of green space were associated with better mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic among residents of Denver
CE Reid, ES Rieves, K Carlson
PloS one 17 (3), e0263779, 2022
Diurnal temperature range and short-term mortality in large US communities
YH Lim, CE Reid, JK Mann, M Jerrett, H Kim
International journal of biometeorology 59, 1311-1319, 2015
Ten new insights in climate science 2021: A horizon scan.
MA Martin, OA Sendra, A Bastos, N Bauer, C Bertram, T Blenckner, ...
Global Sustainability 4 (E25), 2021
Wildland firefighter exposure to smoke and COVID-19: A new risk on the fire line
KM Navarro, KA Clark, DJ Hardt, CE Reid, PW Lahm, JW Domitrovich, ...
Science of The Total Environment 760, 144296, 2021
Green infrastructure can limit but not solve air pollution injustice
V Jennings, CE Reid, CH Fuller
Nature Communications 12 (1), 4681, 2021
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