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C Liu, R Chen, F Sera, AM Vicedo-Cabrera, Y Guo, S Tong, MSZS Coelho, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 381 (8), 705-715, 2019
|Urban air pollution may enhance COVID-19 case-fatality and mortality rates in the United States|
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The Innovation 1 (3), 100047, 2020
|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
|The association between ambient temperature and mortality in South Africa: A time-series analysis|
N Scovronick, F Sera, F Acquaotta, D Garzena, S Fratianni, CY Wright, ...
Environmental research 161, 229-235, 2018
|The health implications of fracking|
S Kovats, M Depledge, A Haines, LE Fleming, P Wilkinson, SB Shonkoff, ...
The Lancet 383 (9919), 757, 2014
|Air quality, health, and climate implications of China’s synthetic natural gas development|
Y Qin, F Wagner, N Scovronick, W Peng, J Yang, T Zhu, KR Smith, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (19), 4887-4892, 2017
|Short term association between ozone and mortality: global two stage time series study in 406 locations in 20 countries|
AM Vicedo-Cabrera, F Sera, C Liu, B Armstrong, A Milojevic, Y Guo, ...
bmj 368, 2020
|Global, regional, and national burden of mortality associated with non-optimal ambient temperatures from 2000 to 2019: a three-stage modelling study|
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The Lancet Planetary Health 5 (7), e415-e425, 2021
|Impact of population growth and population ethics on climate change mitigation policy|
N Scovronick, MB Budolfson, F Dennig, M Fleurbaey, A Siebert, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (46), 12338-12343, 2017
|The impact of human health co-benefits on evaluations of global climate policy|
N Scovronick, M Budolfson, F Dennig, F Errickson, M Fleurbaey, W Peng, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-12, 2019
|Reducing global health risks through mitigation of short-lived climate pollutants: Scoping report for policymakers|
World Health Organization, 2015
|Suicide and ambient temperature: a multi-country multi-city study|
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Environmental health perspectives 127 (11), 117007, 2019
|Wetland ecosystem services and their valuation: A review of current understanding and practice|
J Turpie, K Lannas, N Scovronick, A Louw
Water Research Commission, 2010
|Health impacts of liquid biofuel production and use: A review|
N Scovronick, P Wilkinson
Global environmental change 24, 155-164, 2014
|The association of early-life exposure to ambient PM 2.5 and later-childhood height-for-age in India: an observational study|
D Spears, S Dey, S Chowdhury, N Scovronick, S Vyas, J Apte
Environmental Health 18 (1), 1-10, 2019
|Reduce short-lived climate pollutants for multiple benefits|
N Scovronick, C Dora, E Fletcher, A Haines, D Shindell
The Lancet 386 (10006), e28-e31, 2015
|Climate and health in informal urban settlements|
N Scovronick, SJ Lloyd, RS Kovats
Environment and Urbanization 27 (2), 657-678, 2015
|The impact of housing type on temperature-related mortality in South Africa, 1996–2015|
N Scovronick, B Armstrong
Environmental research 113, 46-51, 2012
|Health and environment in Europe: progress assessment|
World Health Organization
Copenhagen: WHO Regional Office for Europe, 2010
|Projections of excess mortality related to diurnal temperature range under climate change scenarios: a multi-country modelling study|
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The Lancet Planetary Health 4 (11), e512-e521, 2020