M. Luke Smith
M. Luke Smith
Research Associte, PhD Candidate
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Association of residence in high–police contact neighborhoods with preterm birth among Black and White individuals in Minneapolis
RR Hardeman, T Chantarat, ML Smith, DC Van Riper, DD Mendez
JAMA network open 4 (12), e2130290-e2130290, 2021
Association of summer heat waves and the probability of preterm birth in Minnesota: an exploration of the intersection of race and education
ML Smith, RR Hardeman
International journal of environmental research and public health 17 (17), 6391, 2020
Agricultural production at the oblast level in post-Soviet Kyrgyzstan, 1990–2014: Implications of demographic and climate changes
G Chi, J Gao, D Wang, A Hagedorn, K Kelgenbaeva, ML Smith, ...
Research in Globalization 2, 100027, 2020
Thunderstorms, pollen, and severe asthma in a Midwestern, USA, urban environment, 2007–2018
ML Smith, RF MacLehose, JW Chandler, JD Berman
Epidemiology 33 (5), 624-632, 2022
Spatial proximity to wildfires as a proxy for measuring PM2. 5: A novel method for estimating exposures in rural settings
ML Smith, G Chi
The Journal of Climate Change and Health 11, 100219, 2023
Global Tweet Mentions of COVID-19
G Chi, J Yin, ML Smith, Y Bodovski
arXiv preprint arXiv:2108.06385, 2021
Differences in perceptions of COVID-19 risks in a fishing community in Alaska, 2020–2021
ML Smith, G Chi, H Hennighausen, D Holen, EL Howe
Marine Policy 161, 106045, 2024
The Journal of Climate Change and Health
ML Smith, G Chi
Measuring the Association Between Thunderstorms in the Presence of High Pollen and Risk of Severe Asthma
ML Smith, ML Smith, RF Maclehose, JW Chandler, JD Berman
ISEE Conference Abstracts 2021 (1), 2021
Police exposure as a determinant of structural racism: The association between preterm birth in neighborhoods with high police exposure
R Hardeman, T Chantarat, ML Smith, D Van Riper, D Mendez
APHA's 2020 VIRTUAL Annual Meeting and Expo (Oct. 24-28), 2020
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