A critical review of evidence relating temperature variability, health outcomes, and adaptation strategies to cold weather.
A human health synthesis document produced via an integrated assessment that aimed to increase understanding of artisanal and small-scale gold mining in Ghana.
This study presents the City of Toledo, Ohio as a case study of the policy process leading to proactive action on climate change.
Following release of the draft hydraulic fracturing integrated assessment report, the Graham Institute held a public webinar with sever authors of the draft report.
An investigation of the impact of extreme precipitation and beach closings on the risk of gastrointestinal illness (GI)-related hospital admissions among individuals 65 and older in 12 Great Lakes cities from 2000 to 2006.
This study evaluates positional and PM2.5 concentration errors that result from the use of automated geocoding methods and from linearized approximations of roads in link-based emission inventories.
Results from a laboratory mouse model study to test whether waterborne H. Pylori could cause gastric infection.
Rahul Tapariya, Deepika Mutukuri
This video is part of a series of training modules open to University of Michigan community members to learn more about our campus sustainability initiative, Planet Blue, and get involved in sustainability both on campus and off. There are a total of five modules oriented around energy, food, waste, water, and community. The full training can be found at www.sustainability.umich.edu/pba