Publications

Dockery DW, Evans JS. Tallying the bills of mortality from air pollution. Invited Comment. Lancet 2017.

Fantke P, Jolliet O, Apte JS, Hodas N, Evans JS, Weschler CJ, Stylianou KS, Jantunen M, McKone TA. Characterizing aggregated exposure to primary particulate matter: recommended intake fractions for indoor and outdoor sources. Environ Sci Technol. 2017; 51: 9089-9100.

Lelieveld J, Evans JS, Fnais M, Giannadaki D, Pozzer A. The contribution of outdoor air pollution sources to premature mortality on a global scale. Nature. 2015; 525:367-371.

Evans JS, Vorhees DJ, Hussain A, Al-Zenki S, Akashah MS. Fish consumption, mercury intake, and the associated risks to the Kuwaiti population. Hum Ecol Risk Assess. 2012; 18(5):1014-1035.

Rice G, Hammitt JK, Evans JS. A probabilistic characterization of the health benefits of reducing mercury intake in the United States. Environ Sci Technol. 2010; 44(13):5216-5224.

Cooke RM, Wilson AM, Tuomisto JT, Morales O, Tainio M, Evans JS. A probabilistic characterization of the relationship between fine particulate matter and mortality: elicitation of European experts. Environ Sci Technol. 2007; 41(18):6598-6605.

Carrothers TJ, Evans JS. Assessing the impact of differential measurement error on estimates of fine particle mortality, Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association. 2000; 50: 65-74.

Brand KP, Rhomberg L, Evans JS. Estimating noncancer uncertainty factors: are ratios of NOAELs informative? Risk Analysis. 1999; 19 (2) 295-308.

Thompson KM, Evans JS. The value of improved national exposure information for perchlorethylene: a case study for dry cleaners, Risk Analysis. 1997; 17 (2) 253-271.

Evans JS, Gray GM, Sielken RL Jr., Smith AE, Valdez-Flores C, Graham JD. Use of probabilistic expert judgment in uncertainty analysis of carcinogenic potency. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 1994, 20: 15-36.