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Submitted
E Gilmore, J Heo, N Muller, C Tessum, J Hill, JD Marshall, P Adams. An Inter-Comparison of Air Quality Social Cost Estimates from Reduced-Complexity Models. Submitted.
SY Kim, C Olives, N Fann, CA Pope III, JD Marshall, L Sheppard. Estimation of long-term area-average PM2.5 concentrations and new insights into its association with life-expectancy. Submitted.
TW Aung; J Baumgartner, G Jain, K Sethuraman, C Reynolds, JD Marshall, M Brauer. Blood Pressure and Eye Health Symptoms from a Randomized Cookstove Intervention in Rural India. Submitted.
MPS Thind, E Wilson, IL Azevedo, JD Marshall. Marginal Emissions Factors for Electricity Generation in the Midcontinent ISO. Submitted.
NP Nguyen, JD Marshall. Focusing on emission location to address the impact, efficiency, inequality, and injustice of urban air pollution. Submitted.
MK Kumar, S Vakacherla, M Salmon, C Tonne, JD Marshall. Spatiotemporal patterns in ambient PM2.5: rural South India. Submitted.
A Goodkind, C Tessum, J Coggins, J Hill, J Marshall. Fine-scale, spatially-explicit economic damages of fine particulate matter and its precursors in the United States. Submitted.
S Thakrar, A Goodkind, C Tessum, J Marshall, J Hill. Air quality impacts on human health from switchgrass production in the United States. Submitted.
2017
85. S Hankey, JD Marshall. Urban Form, Air Pollution, and Health. Current Environmental Health Reports. Accepted. 2017.
84. M Bechle, D Millet, JD Marshall. Does urban form affect urban NO2? Satellite-based evidence for more than 1,200 cities. Environmental Science & Technology. Accepted. 2017.
83. ​AP Grieshop​,​ ​G Jain, ​K Sethuraman​, JD Marshall. Emission factors of health- and climate-relevant pollutants measured in-home during a carbon-finance-approved cookstove intervention in rural India. GeoHealth. 2017, 1(5), 222–236.
82. LP Clark, DB Millet, JD Marshall. Changes in transportation-related air pollution exposures by race-ethnicity and socioeconomic status: outdoor nitrogen dioxide in the United States in 2000 and 2010. Environmental Health Perspectives. 2017, 125(9):097012.
81. M Sanchez​,​ A Ambros, M Salmon, S Bhogadi, RT Wilson, S Kinra, JD Marshall, C Tonne. Predictors of daily mobility of adults in peri-urban South India. Environmental Research & Public Health. 2017, DOI: 10.3390/ijerph14070783.
80. J Apte, K Messier, S Gani, M Brauer, T Kirchstetter, M Lunden, J Marshall, C Portier, R Vermeulen, S Hamburg. High-resolution air pollution mapping with Google Street View cars: exploiting big data. Environmental Science & Technology. 2017, 51(12), 6999–7008.
79. CW Tessum, JD Hill, JD Marshall. InMAP: a model for air pollution interventions. PLoS ONE. 2017, 12(4): e0176131.
78. A Larkin, J Geddes, R Martin, Q Xiao, Y Liu, J Marshall, M Brauer, P Hystad. A global land use regression model for nitrogen dioxide air pollution. Environmental Science & Technology. 2017, 51(12), 6957–6964.
77. C Tonne, M Salmon, M Sanchez, V Sreekanth, S Bhogadi, S Sambandam, K Balakrishnan, S Kinra, JD Marshall. Integrated assessment of exposure to PM2.5 in South India and its relation with cardiovascular risk: design of the CHAI study. International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health. 2017, 220(6), 1081-1088.
76. P Pant, G Habib, JD Marshall, RE Peltier. PM 2.5 exposure in highly polluted cities: A case study from New Delhi, India. Environmental Research. 2017, 156, 167-174.
75. MC Turner, D Krewski, WR Diver, CA Pope III, RT Burnett, M Jerrett, JD Marshall, SM Gapstur. Ambient air pollution and cancer mortality in the cancer prevention study-II. Environmental Health Perspectives. 2017, DOI: 10.1289/EHP1249.
74. E Carter, C Norris, KL Dionisio, K Balakrishnan, W Checkley, ML Clark, S Ghosh, DW Jack, PL Kinney, JD Marshall, LP Naeher, JL Peel, S Sambandam, JJ Schauer, KR Smith, BJ Wylie, J Baumgartner. Assessing exposure to household air pollution: a systematic review and pooled analysis of carbon monoxide as a surrogate measure of particulate matter. Environmental Health Perspectives. 2017, DOI: 10.1289/EHP767
73. M Jerrett, R Brook, L White, RT Burnett, J Yu, J Su, E Seto, JD Marshall, J Palmer, L Rosenberg. Ambient ozone and incident diabetes: a prospective analysis in a large cohort of African American women. Environment International. Accepted. 2017.
2016
72. S Hankey, G Lindsey, JD Marshall. Population-Level exposure to particulate air pollution during active travel: planning for low-exposure, health-promoting cities. Environmental Health Perspectives. 2016, DOI: 10.1289/EHP442.
71. L Knibbs, C Coorey, M Bechle, C Cowie, M Dirgawati, J Heyworth, G Marks, J Marshall, L Morawska, G Pereira, M Hewson. Independent validation of national satellite-based land-use regression models for nitrogen dioxide using passive samplers. Environmental Science & Technology. 2016, 50(22), 12331–12338.
70. H Vreeland, JJ Schauer, AG Russell, JD Marshall, A Fushimi, G Jain, K Sethuraman, V Verma, SN Tripathi, MH Bergin. Chemical characterization and toxicity of particulate matter emissions from roadside trash combustion in urban India. Atmospheric Environment. 2016, 147, 22–30.
69. S Zhu, JD Marshall, D Levinson. Population exposure to ultrafine particles: size-resolved and real-time models for highways. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. 2016, 49, 323-336.
68. BL Keeler, JD Gourevitch, S Polasky, F Isbell, CW Tessum, JD Hill, JD Marshall. The social cost of nitrogen. Science Advances. 2016, DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.1600219.
67. K de Hoogh, J Gulliver, A van Donkelaar, RV Martin, JD Marshall, MJ Bechle, G Cesaroni, MC Pradas, A Dedele, M Eeftens, B Forsberg, C Galassi, J Heinrich, B Hoffmann, B Jacquemin, K Katsouyanni, M Korek, N Kunzli, SJ Lindley, J Lepeule, F Meleux, A de Nazelle, M Nieuwenhuijsen, W Nystad, O Raaschou-Nielsen, A Peters, VH Peuch, L Rouil, O Udvardy, R Slama, M Stempfelet, EG Stephanou, MY Tsai, T Yli-Tuomi, G Weinmayr, B Brunekreef, D Vienneau, G Hoek. Development of West-European PM2.5 and NO2 land use regression models incorporating satellite-derived and chemical transport modelling data. Environmental Research. 2016, 151, 1-10.
66. TW Aung, G Jain, K Sethuraman, J Baumgartner, C Reynolds, AP Grieshop, JD Marshall, M Brauer. Health and climate-relevant pollutant concentrations from a carbon-finance approved cookstove intervention in rural India. Environmental Science & Technology. 2016, 50(13), 7228–7238.
65. PF Coogan, LF White, J Yu, RT Burnett, JD Marshall, E Seto, RD Brook, JR Palmer, L Rosenberg, M Jerrett. Long term exposure to NO2 and diabetes incidence in the black women's health study. Environmental Research. 2016, 148, 360-366.
64. C Norris, MS Goldberg, JD Marshall, MF Valois, T Pradeep, M Narayanswamy, G Jain, K Sethuraman, J Baumgartner. A panel study of the acute effects of personal exposure to household air pollution on ambulatory blood pressure in rural Indian women. Environmental Research. 2016, 147, 331-342.
63. LF White, M Jerrett, J Yu, JD Marshall, L Rosenberg, PF Coogan. Ambient air pollution and 16-year weight change in African-American women. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2016, 51(4), e99–e105.
62. MT Young, MJ Bechle, PD Sampson, AA Szpiro, JD Marshall, L Sheppard, JD Kaufman. Satellite-based NO2 and model validation in a national prediction model based on universal Kriging and land-use regression. Environmental Science & Technology. 2016, 50(7), 3686–3694.
61. MC Turner, M Jerrett, CA Pope III, D Krewski, SM Gapstur, WR Diver, BS Beckerman, JD Marshall, J Su, DL Crouse, RT Burnett. Long-term ozone exposure and mortality in a large prospective study. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. 2016, 193(10), 1134-1142.
2015
60. S Ji, CR Cherry, W Zhou, R Sawhney, Y Wu, S Cai, S Wang, JD Marshall. Environmental justice aspects of exposure to PM2.5 emissions from electric vehicle use in China. Environmental Science & Technology. 2015, 49(24), 13912-13920.
59. JD Marshall, JS Apte, JS Coggins, AL Goodkind. Blue skies bluer?. Environmental Science & Technology. 2015, 49(24), 13929–13936.
58. MJ Bechle, DB Millet, JD Marshall. National spatiotemporal exposure surface for NO2: monthly scaling of a satellite-derived land-use regression, 2000 - 2010. Environmental Science & Technology. 2015, 49(20), 12297–12305.
57. S Hankey, JD Marshall. On-bicycle exposure to particulate air pollution: particle number, black carbon, PM2.5, and particle size. Atmospheric Environment. 2015, 122, 65-73.
56. S Hankey, JD Marshall. Land use regression models of on-road particulate air pollution (particle number, black carbon, PM2.5, particle size) using mobile monitoring. Environmental Science & Technology. 2015, 49(15), 9194–9202.
55. JS Apte, JD Marshall, AJ Cohen, M Brauer. Addressing global mortality from ambient PM2.5. Environmental Science & Technology. 2015, 49(13), 8057–8066. Listed as a “most-downloaded article.”
54. SH Chan, VC Van Hee, S Bergen, AA Szpiro, LA DeRoo, SJ London, JD Marshall, JD Kaufman, DP Sandler. Long-term air pollution exposure and blood pressure in the Sister Study. Environmental Health Perspectives. 2015, 123(10), 951-958.
53. S Hankey, G Lindsey, JD Marshall. Day-of-year scaling factors and design considerations for nonmotorized traffic monitoring programs. Transportation Research Record. 2015, 2468, 64–73.
52. CW Tessum, JD Hill, JD Marshall. Twelve-month, 12 km resolution North American WRF-Chem v3.4 air quality simulation: performance evaluation. Geoscientific Model Development. 2015, 8(4), 957–973.
51. S Hankey, K Sullivan, A Kinnick, A Koskey, K Grande, JH Davidson, JD Marshall. Using objective measures of stove use and indoor air quality to evaluate a cookstove intervention in rural Uganda. Energy for Sustainable Development. 2015, 25, 67–74.
50. L Hu, DB Millet, M Baasandorj, TJ Griffis, KR Travis, CW Tessum, JD Marshall, WF Reinhart, T Mikoviny, M Müller, A Wisthaler, M Graus, C Warneke, J de Gouw. Emissions of C6-C8 aromatic compounds in the United States: constraints from tall tower and aircraft measurements. Journal of Geophysical Research. 2015, 120(2), 826–842.
49. L Dekoninck, D Botteldooren, L Int Panis, S Hankey, G Jain, K Sethuraman, JD Marshall. Applicability of a noise-based model to estimate in-traffic exposure to black carbon and particle number concentrations in different cultures. Environment International. 2015, 74, 89–98.
2014
48. play button CW Tessum, JD Marshall, JD Hill. Life cycle air quality impacts of conventional and alternative light-duty transportation in the United States. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2014, 111(52), 18490–18495.
47. AL Goodkind, JS Coggins, JD Marshall. A spatial model of air pollution: the impact of the concentration-response function. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists. 2014, 1(4), 451–479.
46. P Fantke, O Jolliet, JS Evans, JS Apte, AJ Cohen, OO Hänninen, F Hurley, MJ Jantunen, M Jerrett, JI Levy, MM Loh, JD Marshall, BG Miller, P Preiss, JV Spadaro, M Tainio, JT Tuomisto, CJ Weschler, TE McKone. Health effects of fine particulate matter in life cycle impact assessment: findings from the Basel guidance workshop. The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment. 2014, DOI: 10.1007/s11367-014-0822-2.
45. LD Knibbs, MG Hewson, MJ Bechle, JD Marshall, AG Barnett. A national satellite-based land-use regression model for air pollution exposure assessment in Australia. Environmental Research. 2014, 135, 204–211.
44. play button LP Clark, DB Millet, JD Marshall. National patterns in environmental injustice and inequality: outdoor NO2 air pollution in the United States. PLoS ONE. 2014, 9(4), e94431.
43. JD Marshall, KR Swor, NP Nguyen. Prioritizing environmental justice and equality: diesel emissions in Southern California. Environmental Science & Technology. 2014, 48(7), 4063–4068.
42. D Ponce de Leon Barido, JD Marshall. Relationship between urbanization and CO2 emissions depends on income level and policy. Environmental Science & Technology. 2014, 48(7), 3632–3639.
2013
41. D Vienneau, K de Hoogh, MJ Bechle, R Beelen, A van Donkelaar, RV Martin, DB Millet, G Hoek, JD Marshall. Western European land use regression incorporating satellite- and ground-based measurements of NO2 and PM10. Environmental Science & Technology. 2013, 47(23), 13555–13564.
40. A Saraswat, JS Apte, M Kandlikar, M Brauer, SB Henderson, JD Marshall. Spatiotemporal land use regression models of fine, ultrafine and black carbon particulate matter in New Delhi, India. Environmental Science & Technology. 2013, 47(22), 12903–12911.
39. MJ Bechle, DB Millet, JD Marshall. Remote sensing of exposure to NO2: satellite versus ground-based measurement in a large urban area. Atmospheric Environment. 2013, 69, 345–353.
38. AF Both, D Westerdahl, S Fruin, B Haryanto, JD Marshall. Exposure to carbon monoxide, fine particle mass, and ultrafine particle number in Jakarta, Indonesia: effect of commute mode. Science of the Total Environment. 2013, 443, 965–972.
2012
37. CW Tessum, JD Marshall, JD Hill. A spatially and temporally explicit life cycle inventory of air pollutants from gasoline and ethanol in the United States. Environmental Science & Technology. 2012, 46(20), 11408–11417.
36. DB Millet, E Apel, DK Henze, J Hill, JD Marshall, HB Singh, CW Tessum. Natural and anthropogenic ethanol sources in North America and potential atmospheric impacts of ethanol fuel use. Environmental Science & Technology. 2012, 46(15), 8484–8492.
35. JS Apte, E Bombrun, JD Marshall, WW Nazaroff. Global intraurban intake fractions for primary air pollutants from vehicles and other distributed sources. Environmental Science & Technology. 2012, 46(6), 3415–3423.
34. S Ji, CR Cherry, MJ Bechle, Y Wu, JD Marshall. Electric vehicles in China: emissions and health impact. Environmental Science & Technology. 2012, 46(4), 2018–2024. Listed as a “most-read article.”
33. S Aggarwal, R Jain, JD Marshall. Real-time prediction of size-resolved ultrafine Particulate Matter on freeways. Environmental Science & Technology. 2012, 46(4), 2234–2241.
32. S Hankey, JD Marshall, M Brauer. Health impacts of the built environment: within-urban variability in physical inactivity, air pollution, and ischemic heart disease mortality. Environmental Health Perspectives. 2012, 120(2), 247–253.
2011
31. AP Grieshop, JD Marshall, M Kandlikar. Health and climate benefits of cookstove replacement options. Energy Policy. 2011, 39(12), 7530–7542.
30. LP Clark, DB Millet, JD Marshall. Air quality and urban form in U.S. urban areas: evidence from regulatory monitors. Environmental Science & Technology. 2011, 45(16), 7028–7035.
29. JS Apte, TW Kirchstetter, AH Reich, SJ Deshpande, G Kaushik, A Chel, JD Marshall, WW Nazaroff. Concentrations of fine, ultrafine, and black carbon particles in auto-rickshaws in New Delhi, India. Atmospheric Environment. 2011, 45(26), 4470–4480.
28. AF Both, A Balakrishnan, B Joseph, JD Marshall. Spatiotemporal aspects of real-time PM2.5: low- and middle-income neighborhoods in Bangalore, India. Environmental Science & Technology. 2011, 45(13), 5629–5636.
27. MJ Bechle, DB Millet, JD Marshall. Effects of income and urban form on urban NO2: global evidence from satellites. Environmental Science & Technology. 2011, 45(11), 4914–4919.
26. S Humbert, JD Marshall, S Shaked, JV Spadaro, Y Nishioka, P Preiss, TE McKone, A Horvath, O Jolliet. Intake fraction for Particulate Matter: recommendations for life cycle impact assessment. Environmental Science & Technology. 2011, 45(11), 4808–4816.
25. EV Novotny, MJ Bechle, DB Millet, JD Marshall. National satellite-based land-use regression: NO2 in the United States. Environmental Science & Technology. 2011, 45(10), 4407–4414.
24. A de Nazelle, MJ Nieuwenhuijsen, JM Antó, M Brauer, D Briggs, C Braun-Fahrlander, N Cavill, AR Cooper, H Desqueyroux, S Fruin, G Hoek, L Int Panis, N Janssen, M Jerrett, M Joffe, ZJ Andersen, E van Kempen, S Kingham, N Kubesch, KM Leyden, JD Marshall, J Matamala, G Mellios, M Mendez, H Nassif, D Ogilvie, R Peiró, K Pérez, A Rabl, M Ragettli, D Rodríguez, D Rojas, P Ruiz, JF Sallis, J Terwoert, JF Toussaint, J Tuomisto, M Zuurbier, E Lebret. Improving health through policies to promote active travel: a review of evidence to support integrated health impact assessment. Environment International. 2011, 37(4), 766–777.
23. NL Boeke, JD Marshall, S Alvarez, KV Chance, A Fried, TP Kurosu, B Rappenglück, D Richter, J Walega, P Weibring, DB Millet. Formaldehyde columns from the Ozone Monitoring Instrument: urban versus background levels and evaluation using aircraft data and a global model. Journal of Geophysical Research. 2011, 116(D05303), 11 pp.
22. E Setton, JD Marshall, M Brauer, KR Lundquist, P Hystad, P Keller, D Cloutier-Fisher. The impact of daily mobility on exposure to traffic-related air pollution and health effect estimates. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology. 2011, 21, 42–48.
2010
21. EJ Wilson, J Marshall, R Wilson, KJ Krizek. By foot, bus or car: children's school travel and school choice policy. Environment and Planning A. 2010, 42(9), 2168–2185.
20. JD Marshall, RD Wilson, KL Meyer, SK Rajangam, NC McDonald, EJ Wilson. Vehicle emissions during children's school commuting: impacts of education policy. Environmental Science & Technology. 2010, 44(5), 1537–1543.
19. S Hankey, JD Marshall. Impacts of urban form on future U.S. passenger-vehicle greenhouse gas emissions. Energy Policy. 2010, 38(9), 4880–4887.
2009
18. A Boies, S Hankey, D Kittelson, JD Marshall, P Nussbaum, W Watts, EJ Wilson. Reducing motor vehicle Greenhouse Gas emissions in a non-California state: a case study of Minnesota. Environmental Science & Technology. 2009, 43(23), 8721–8729.
17. JD Marshall, M Brauer, LD Frank. Healthy neighborhoods: walkability and air pollution. Environmental Health Perspectives. 2009, 117(11), 1752–1759.
16. FJ Ries, JD Marshall, M Brauer. Intake fraction of urban wood smoke. Environmental Science & Technology. 2009, 43(13), 4701–4706.
2008
15. JD Marshall. Environmental inequality: air pollution exposures in California's South Coast Air Basin. Atmospheric Environment. 2008, 42(21), 5499–5503.
14. JD Marshall. Energy-efficient urban form. Environmental Science & Technology. 2008, 42(9), 3133–3137.
13. JD Marshall, E Nethery, M Brauer. Within-urban variability in ambient air pollution: comparison of estimation methods. Atmospheric Environment. 2008, 42(6), 1359–1369. Listed as a “most-downloaded article.”
2007
12. JD Marshall. Urban land area and population growth: a new scaling relationship for metropolitan expansion. Urban Studies. 2007, 44(10), 1889–1904.
11. PJ Marcotullio, JD Marshall. Potential futures for road transportation CO2 emissions in the Asia Pacific. Asia Pacific Viewpoint. 2007, 48(3), 355–377.
2006
10. JD Marshall, PW Granvold, AS Hoats, TE McKone, E Deakin, WW Nazaroff. Inhalation intake of ambient air pollution in California’s South Coast Air Basin. Atmospheric Environment. 2006, 40(23), 4381–4392.
2005
9. JD Marshall, E Behrentz. Vehicle self-pollution intake fraction: children’s exposure to school bus emissions. Environmental Science & Technology. 2005, 39(8), 2559–2563.
8. JD Marshall, TE McKone, E Deakin, WW Nazaroff. Inhalation of motor vehicle emissions: effects of urban population and land area. Atmospheric Environment. 2005, 39(2), 283–295. Listed as a “most-downloaded article.”
7. JD Marshall, SK Teoh, WW Nazaroff. Intake fraction of nonreactive vehicle emissions in US urban areas. Atmospheric Environment. 2005, 39(7), 1363–1371.
6. JD Marshall, MW Toffel. Framing the elusive concept of sustainability: a sustainability hierarchy. Environmental Science & Technology. 2005, 39(3), 673–682. Listed as a “most-downloaded article.”
5. PJ Marcotullio, E Williams, JD Marshall. Faster, sooner, and more simultaneously: how recent road and air transportation CO2 emission trends in developing countries differ from historic trends in the United States. The Journal of Environment and Development. 2005, 14(1), 125–148.
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4. MW Toffel, JD Marshall. Improving environmental performance assessment: a comparative analysis of weighting methods used to evaluate chemical release inventories. Journal of Industrial Ecology. 2004, 8(1-2), 143–172. Chosen as the issue’s “sample article.”
3. JD Marshall, WJ Riley, TE McKone, WW Nazaroff. Intake fraction of primary pollutants: motor vehicle emissions in the South Coast Air Basin. Atmospheric Environment. 2003, 37(24), 3455–3468.
2. JD Marshall, BW Shimada, PR Jaffe. Effect of temporal variability in infiltration on contaminant transport in the unsaturated zone. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 2000, 46(1-2), 151–161.
1. SR Hayes, JD Marshall. Designing optimal strategies to attain the new U.S. particulate matter standards: some initial concepts. Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association. 1999, 49(9), 192-198.