Chinmoy Sarkar
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GIS-based approach for optimized siting of municipal solid waste landfill
VR Sumathi, U Natesan, C Sarkar
Waste Management 28 (11), 2146-2160, 2008
4302008
Exploring associations between urban green, street design and walking: Results from the Greater London boroughs
C Sarkar, C Webster, M Pryor, D Tang, S Melbourne, X Zhang, ...
Landscape and Urban Planning 143, 112-125, 2015
1232015
Residential greenness and prevalence of major depressive disorders: a cross-sectional, observational, associational study of 94 879 adult UK Biobank participants
C Sarkar, C Webster, J Gallacher
The Lancet Planetary Health 2 (4), e162-e173, 2018
982018
Healthy cities: public health through urban planning
C Sarkar, C Webster, J Gallacher
Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK, 2014
912014
The effect of street-level greenery on walking behavior: Evidence from Hong Kong
Y Lu, C Sarkar, Y Xiao
Social Science & Medicine 208, 41-49, 2018
842018
Qualidex–A new software for generating water quality indice
C Sarkar, SA Abbasi
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 119 (1), 201-231, 2006
822006
Built environment configuration and change in body mass index: The Caerphilly Prospective Study (CaPS)
C Sarkar, J Gallacher, C Webster
Health & Place 19, 33-44, 2012
712012
Urban built environment configuration and psychological distress in older men: Results from the Caerphilly study
C Sarkar, J Gallacher, C Webster
BMC Public Health 13 (1), 695, 2013
612013
Residential greenness and adiposity: Findings from the UK Biobank
C Sarkar
Environmental International 106 (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envint.2017.05), 1-10, 2017
582017
Examining the interaction of fast-food outlet exposure and income on diet and obesity: evidence from 51,361 UK Biobank participants
T Burgoine, C Sarkar, CJ Webster, P Monsivais
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 15 (1), 1-12, 2018
472018
Informality, property rights, and poverty in China’s “favelas”
C Webster, F Wu, F Zhang, C Sarkar
World Development 78, 461-476, 2016
432016
Neighbourhood walkability and incidence of hypertension: Findings from the study of 429,334 UK Biobank participants
C Sarkar, C Webster, J Gallacher
International journal of hygiene and environmental health 221 (3), 458-468, 2018
382018
Urban environments and human health: current trends and future directions
C Sarkar, C Webster
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 25 (April 2017), 33-44, 2017
382017
Association between adiposity outcomes and residential density: a full-data, cross-sectional analysis of 419 562 UK Biobank adult participants
C Sarkar, C Webster, J Gallacher
The Lancet Planetary Health 1 (7), e277-e288, 2017
372017
Healthy Cities of Tomorrow: the Case for Large Scale Built Environment–Health Studies
C Sarkar, C Webster
Journal of Urban Health, 2017
322017
UK Biobank Urban Morphometric Platform (UKBUMP)–a nationwide resource for evidence-based healthy city planning and public health interventions
C Sarkar, C Webster, J Gallacher
Annals of GIS 21 (2), 135-148, 2015
262015
Cellular automata-based forecasting of the impact of accidental fire and toxic dispersion in process industries
C Sarkar, SA Abbasi
Journal of Hazardous Materials 137 (1), 8-30, 2006
252006
Exploring the impacts of housing condition on migrants’ mental health in nanxiang, shanghai: A structural equation modelling approach
Y Xiao, S Miao, C Sarkar, H Geng, Y Lu
International journal of environmental research and public health 15 (2), 225, 2018
242018
The environmental exposures and inner-and intercity traffic flows of the metro system may contribute to the skin microbiome and resistome
K Kang, Y Ni, J Li, L Imamovic, C Sarkar, MD Kobler, Y Heshiki, T Zheng, ...
Cell Reports 24 (5), 1190-1202. e5, 2018
232018
The relationship between alcohol use and long-term cognitive decline in middle and late life: a longitudinal analysis using UK Biobank
G Piumatti, SC Moore, DM Berridge, C Sarkar, J Gallacher
Journal of Public Health 40 (2), 304-311, 2018
222018
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