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  • Johnson, Daniel P.; Lulla, Vijay (Frontiers, 2022)
    As COVID-19 continues to impact the United States and the world at large it is becoming increasingly necessary to develop methods which predict local scale spread of the disease. This is especially important as newer ...
  • Johnson, Daniel P. (MDPI, 2022)
    Previous studies have shown, in the United States (U.S.), that communities of color are exposed to significantly higher temperatures in urban environments than complementary White populations. Studies highlighting this ...
  • Rockett, Ian R.H.; Caine, Eric D.; Banerjee, Aniruddha; Ali, Bina; Miller, Ted; Connery, Hilary S.; Lulla, Vijay O.; Nolte, Kurt B.; Larkin, G. Luke; Stack, Steven; Hendricks, Brian; McHugh, R. Kathryn; White, Franklin M.M.; Greenfield, Shelly F.; Bohnert, Amy S.B.; Cossman, Jeralynn S.; D'Onofrio, Gail; Nelson, Lewis S.; Nestadt, Paul S.; Berry, James H.; Jia, Haomiao (Elsevier, 2021)
    Background Suicides by any method, plus ‘nonsuicide’ fatalities from drug self-intoxication (estimated from selected forensically undetermined and ‘accidental’ deaths), together represent self-injury mortality (SIM)—fatalities ...
  • Thapa, Bhuwan; Banerjee, Aniruddha; Wilson, Jeffrey; Hamlin, Samantha (Wiley, 2021)
    Strategic placement of urban agriculture such as community gardens can expand alternate food supply, support physical activity, and promote social interactions. While social and health benefits are critical priorities when ...
  • Adhikari, Bikalpa; Wilson, Jeffrey (Indiana View, 2020)
    Increasing urbanization coupled with threats from global climate change are driving research innovations that seek to inform sustainability of urban socio-ecological systems. The Local Climate Zone (LCZ) classification ...
  • Johnson, Daniel P.; Ravi, Niranjan; Braneon, Christian V. (AGU, 2021-07-21)
    This study summarizes the results from fitting a Bayesian hierarchical spatiotemporal model to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases and deaths at the county level in the United States for the year 2020. Two models ...
  • Buning, Richard J; Lulla, Vijay (Taylor & Francis, 2020-09-11)
    Bikeshare programs are a popular, convenient, and sustainable mode of transportation that provide a range of benefits to urban communities such as reduction in carbon emissions, decreased travel times, financial savings, ...
  • Wilson, Jeffrey S.; Shepherd, David C.; Rosenman, Marc B.; Kho, Abel N. (BMC, 2010-09-17)
    Background Residential address is a common element in patient electronic medical records. Guidelines from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention specify that residence in a nursing home, skilled nursing ...
  • Lai, Patrick T.S.; Wilson, Jeffrey; Wu, Huanmei; Jones, Josette; Dixon, Brian E. (University of Illinois at Chicago, 2019-09-19)
    Background: Health inequality measurements are vital in understanding disease patterns in identifying high-risk patients and implementing effective intervention programs to treat and manage sexually transmitted ...
  • Starnes, Heather A.; McDonough, Meghan H.; Wilson, Jeffrey S.; Mroczek, Daniel K.; Laden, Francine; Troped, Philip J. (Taylor & Francis (Routledge): SSH Titles, 2019)
    The purpose of this study was to examine the factorial invariance of the Abbreviated Neighborhood Environment Walkability Scale (NEWS-A) across subgroups based on demographic, health-related, behavioral, and environmental ...
  • Krus, Anthony M.; Hermann, Edward W.; Pike, Matthew D.; Monaghan, G. William; Wilson, Jeremy J. (Cambridge, 2019-06)
    Geophysical survey and excavations from 2010–2016 at Lawrenz Gun Club (11CS4), a late pre-Columbian village located in the central Illinois River valley in Illinois, identified 10 mounds, a central plaza, and dozens of ...
  • Tamura, Kosuke; Wilson, Jeffrey S.; Goldfeld, Keith; Puett, Robin C.; Klenosky, David B.; Harper, William A.; Troped, Philip J. (Taylor & Francis, 2019-09)
    Purpose: Most built environment studies have quantified characteristics of the areas around participants' homes. However, the environmental exposures for physical activity (PA) are spatially dynamic rather than static. ...
  • Yeager, Ray; Riggs, Daniel W.; DeJarnett, Natasha; Tollerud, David J.; Wilson, Jeffrey; Conklin, Daniel J.; O'Toole, Timothy E.; McCracken, James; Lorkiewicz, Pawel; Xie, Zhengzhi; Zafar, Nagma; Krishnasamy, Sathya S.; Srivastava, Sanjay; Finch, Jordan; Keith, Rachel J.; DeFilippis, Andrew; Rai, Shesh N.; Liu, Gilbert; Bhatnagar, Aruni (Wiley, 2018-12-05)
    Background Exposure to green vegetation has been linked to positive health, but the pathophysiological processes affected by exposure to vegetation remain unclear. To study the relationship between greenness and cardiovascular ...
  • Yeager, Ray; Riggs, Daniel W.; DeJarnett, Natasha; Tollerud, David J.; Wilson, Jeffrey; Conklin, Daniel J.; O'Toole, Timothy E.; McCracken, James; Lorkiewicz, Pawel; Xie, Zhengzhi; Zafar, Nagma; Krishnasamy, Sathya S.; Srivastava, Sanjay; Finch, Jordan; Keith, Rachel J.; DeFilippis, Andrew; Rai, Shesh N.; Liu, Gilbert; Bhatnagar, Aruni (American Heart Association, 2018-12-18)
    Background Exposure to green vegetation has been linked to positive health, but the pathophysiological processes affected by exposure to vegetation remain unclear. To study the relationship between greenness and cardiovascular ...
  • Tamura, Kosuke; Wilson, Jeffrey S.; Puett, Robin C.; Klenosky, David B.; Harper, William A.; Troped, Philip J. (Human Kinetics, 2018-07)
    Background: Concurrent use of accelerometers and global positioning system (GPS) data can be used to quantify physical activity (PA) occurring on trails. This study examined associations of trail use with PA and sedentary ...
  • Famoso, Fabio; Wilson, Jeffrey; Monforte, Pietro; Lanzafame, Rosario; Brusca, Sebastian; Lulla, Vijay (Research India Publications, 2017)
    This experimental study examined spatial variation of ground level ozone (O3) in the city of Catania, Italy using thirty passive samplers deployed in a 500-m grid pattern. Significant spatial variation in ground level O3 ...
  • Brusca, S.; Famoso, F.; Lanzafame, R.; Messina, M.; Wilson, J. (Research India Publications, 2017)
    The lack of sustainability and negative environmental impacts of using fossil fuel resources for energy production and their consequent increase in prices during last decades have led to an increasing interest in the ...
  • Famoso, Fabio; Wilson, Jeffrey; Monforte, Pietro; Lanzafame, Rosario; Brusca, Sebastian; Lulla, Vijay (Research India Publications, 2017)
    This experimental study examined spatial variation of ground level ozone (O3) in the city of Catania, Italy using thirty passive samplers deployed in a 500-m grid pattern. Significant spatial variation in ground level O3 ...
  • Lindsey, Greg; Singer-Berk, Lila; Wilson, Jeffrey S.; Oberg, Eric; Hadden-Loh, Tracy (Sage, 2019)
    This study reports traffic monitoring results at 30 locations on a 972-mi shared-use trail network across the east-central United States. We illustrate challenges in adapting the principles in the Federal Highway ...
  • Lindsey, Greg; Wilson, Jeffrey S.; Wang, Jueyu; Hadden-Loh, Tracy (Sage, 2017-01)
    Many municipalities, park districts, and nonprofit organizations have begun monitoring nonmotorized traffic on multiuse trails as the need for information about the use of facilities has grown and relatively low-cost sensors ...

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