Achakulwisut, P., S. C. Anenberg, J. E. Neumann, S. L. Penn, N. Weiss, A. Crimmins, N. Fann, J. Martinich, H. Roman, L. J. Mickley. Effects of Increasing Aridity on Ambient Dust and Public Health in the U.S. Southwest under Climate Change. Geohealth (in press).
Achakulwisut, P.; Brauer, M.; Hystad, P.; Anenberg, S. C. (2019) Global, national, and urban burdens of pediatric asthma incidence attributable to ambient NO2 pollution: Estimates from global datasets. Lancet Planetary Health.
. Environmental Research Letters. https://doi.org/10.1002/2017JD027208
the 2002-2015 increase in fine dust in the U.S. Southwest. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 122, https://doi.org/10.1002/2017JD027208.
SELECT OPINION EDITORIALS & COMMENTARIES
P. Achakulwisut, "Climate change is a public health emergency. Here are 8 reasons why". Scientific American (23 Jan 2019).
P. Achakulwisut, L. J. Mickley, and S. C. Anenberg, "Increased deaths and illnesses from inhaling airborne dust: An understudied impact of climate change". The Conversation (11 June 2018).
P. Achakulwisut, "The missing maths: The human cost of fossil fuels". The Guardian (26 April 2018).
G. Supran and P. Achakulwisut, "You marched for science and climate action. Now what?." Mashable (6 May 2017)*.
P. Achakulwisut and G. Supran, "We became scientists to help the world. Now we need to take to the streets." Mashable (6 May 2017)*.
P. Achakulwisut, "Why are scientists so averse to public engagement?". Scientific American (8 Mar 2017).
*Equal author contributions