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
Cities, settlements and key infrastructure
D Dodman, B Hayward, M Pelling, V Castán Broto, WTL Chow
Cambridge University Press 1, 907, 2022
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
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, 1-11, 2012
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
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
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
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
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
Heat-related morbidity in Brisbane, Australia: spatial variation and area-level predictors
DM Hondula, AG Barnett
Environmental health perspectives 122 (8), 831-836, 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
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 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
Heat exposure during non-motorized travel: Implications for transportation policy under climate change
A Karner, DM Hondula, JK Vanos
Journal of Transport & Health 2 (4), 451-459, 2015
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