David Hondula

2013 Environmental Science University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 
"David Hondula"
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Stone B, Gronlund CJ, Mallen E, et al. (2023) How Blackouts during Heat Waves Amplify Mortality and Morbidity Risk. Environmental Science & Technology. 57: 8245-8255
Braun RA, Hondula DM, Fraser MP. (2022) Impact of environmental factors on heat-associated mortalities in an urban desert region. International Journal of Biometeorology
Mallen E, Roach M, Fox L, et al. (2022) Extreme Heat Exposure: Access and Barriers to Cooling Centers - Maricopa and Yuma Counties, Arizona, 2010-2020. Mmwr. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. 71: 781-785
Dzyuban Y, Hondula DM, Coseo PJ, et al. (2021) Public transit infrastructure and heat perceptions in hot and dry climates. International Journal of Biometeorology
Hondula DM, Kuras ER, Betzel S, et al. (2021) Novel metrics for relating personal heat exposure to social risk factors and outdoor ambient temperature. Environment International. 146: 106271
Davis RE, Hondula DM, Sharif H. (2019) Examining the diurnal temperature range enigma: why is human health related to the daily change in temperature? International Journal of Biometeorology
Urban A, Hondula DM, Hanzlíková H, et al. (2019) The predictability of heat-related mortality in Prague, Czech Republic, during summer 2015-a comparison of selected thermal indices. International Journal of Biometeorology
Hoehne CG, Hondula DM, Chester MV, et al. (2018) Heat exposure during outdoor activities in the US varies significantly by city, demography, and activity. Health & Place. 54: 1-10
Hondula DM, Davis RE, Georgescu M. (2018) Clarifying the Connections Between Green Space, Urban Climate, and Heat-Related Mortality. American Journal of Public Health. 108: S62-S63
Davis RE, Hondula DM. (2018) Are Non-US Citizens More Likely to Die From Heat Exposure? American Journal of Public Health. 108: S60-S61
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