Wang, S., Richardson, M. B., Wu, C. Y., Cholewa, C. D., Lungu, C. T., Zaitchik, B. F., & Gohlke, J. M. (2019). Estimating Occupational Heat Exposure From Personal Sampling of Public Works Employees in Birmingham, Alabama. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 61(6), 518-524
Wu CYH, Zaitchik BF, Swarup S, JM Gohlke. (2019). Influence of the Spatial Resolution of the Exposure Estimate in Determining the Association between Heat Waves and Adverse Heat Outcomes. Annals of the American Association of Geographers. 10.1080/24694452.2018.1511411
Milazzo MJ, Gohlke JM, Gallagher DL, Scott AA, Zaitchik BF, LC Marr. (2019). Potential for city parks to reduce exposure to BTEX in air. Environmental Science Process and Impacts. 21; 40-50. 10.1039/C8EM00252E
Wu, CYH, Zaitchik BF, JM Gohlke. (2018). Heat waves and fatal traffic crashes in the continental United States. Accident Analysis & Prevention. 119:195-201.
Scott AA, Waugh DW, BF Zaitchik. (2018). Reduced Urban Heat Island intensity under warmer conditions. Environ Research Letters. 13 064003
Scott AA, Misiani H, Okoth J, Jordan A, Gohlke J, Ouma G, et al. (2017) Temperature and heat in informal settlements in Nairobi. PLoS ONE 12(11): e0187300
Wu CYH, Evans MB, Wolff PE, JM Gohlke (2017). Environmental Health Priorities of Residents and Environmental Health Professionals: Implications for Improving Environmental Health Services in Rural Versus Urban Communities. Journal of Environmental Health (Accepted in March 2017 and published in December 2017)
Kuras, ER, MB Richardson, MM Calkins, KL Ebi, JJ Hess, KW Kintziger, MA Jagger, A Middel, AA Scott, JT Spector, CK Uejio, JK Vanos, BF Zaitchik, JM Gohlke, DM Hondula. (2017). Opportunities and Challenges for Personal Heat Exposure Research. Environmental Health Perspectives.
Bernhard, MC, P Li, DB Allison, JM Gohlke. (2015). Warm ambient temperature decreases food intake in a simulated office setting: a pilot randomized controlled trial. Frontiers in Nutrition 2: 20.
Bernhard, MC, ST Kent, MA Sloan, MB Evans, McClure LA, JM Gohlke. (2015). Measuring personal heat exposure in an urban and rural environment. Environmental Research 137: 410-418.
Chan MPL, Weinhold RS, Thomas R, Gohlke JM, Portier CJ (2015) Environmental Predictors of US County Mortality Patterns on a National Basis. PLoS ONE 10(12): e0137832. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0137832
Crider, KG, EH Maples, JM Gohlke. (2014). Incorporating occupational risk in heat stress vulnerability mapping. Journal of Environmental Health 77(1): 16-22.
Kent ST, McClure LA, Zaitchik BF, Smith TT, & JM Gohlke. (2014). Heat Waves and Health Outcomes in Alabama (USA): The Importance of Heat Wave Definition. Environ Health Perspect. 122(2): 151-8
Porter, T, ST Kent, W Su, HM Beck, JM Gohlke. (2014). Spatiotemporal association between birth outcomes and coke production and steel making facilities in Alabama, USA: a cross-sectional study. Environmental Health 13: 85.
Bernhard, MC, MB Evans, ST Kent, E Johnson, SL Threadgill, SB Tyson, SM Becker, JM Gohlke. (2013). Identifying environmental health priorities in underserved populations: a study of rural versus urban communities. Public Health 127 (11): 994-1004.
Kent, ST, LA McClure, BF Zaitchik, JM Gohlke. (2013). Area-level risk factors for adverse birth outcomes: trends in urban and rural settings. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 13: 129.
Portier CJ, KT Tart, SR Carter, CH Dilworth, AE Grambsch, JM Gohlke, J Hess, SN Howard, G Luber, JT Lutz, T Maslak, N Prudent, M Radtke, JP Rosenthal, T Rowles, PA Sandifer, J Scheraga, PJ Schramm, D Strickman, JM Trtanj, PY Whung. (2013). A Human Health Perspective on Climate Change: A report outlining research needs on the human health effects of climate change. Jour Current Issues in Globalization 6(4): 621.
Smith, TT, BF Zaitchik, JM Gohlke. (2013). Heat waves in the United States: definitions, patterns and trends. Climatic Change 118 (3-4): 811-825. PMCID: PMC3711804.
Gohlke JM, R Thomas, A Woodward, D Campbell-Lendrum, A Prüss-Üstün, S Hales, CJ Portier (2011). Estimating the global health implications of electricity and coal consumption. Environ Health Perspect. 119(6): 821-6.