Publications by Luke Naeher

Printer-friendly versionPrinter-friendly versionEmail this pageEmail this page
  • Tulve NS, Egeghy PP, Fortmann RC, Whitaker DA, Nishioka MG, Naeher LP, Hilliard A. Collection of multi-media measurements and activity pattern data in an observational pilot study of young children living in the Southern United States. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology. [in press].
  • Beckett W, Gent J, Naeher LP, Belanger K, Triche E, Bracken M, Leaderer B. 200x. Peak expiratory flow rate variability is not affected by home combustion sources in a group of non-smoking women. Archives of Environmental & Occupational Health. 61(4): [pages tbd - in press].
  • Cassidy B, Alabanza-Akers MA, Akers T, Hall DB, Ryan PB, Bayer CW, Naeher LP. 2007. Ambient and street-level air pollution concentrations in Baguio City, Philippines. Science of the Total Environment . 381:47-58.
  • Visser MC, Ownby D, Aguilar-Villalobos M, Needham LL, Naeher LP. 2007. A pilot study to assess residential endotoxin and blood IgE in a group of pregnant women from Trujillo, Peru. Environment International. 33:147-150.
  • Naeher LP, Brauer M, Lipsett M, Zelikoff JT, Simpson CD, Koenig JQ, Smith KR. 2007. Woodsmoke health effects: A review. Inhalation Toxicology. 19:67-106.
  • Glitzenstein JS, Streng DR, Achtemeier GL, Naeher LP, Wade DD. 2006. Fuels and fire behavior in chipped and unchipped plots: implications for land management near the wildland/urban interface. Forest Ecology and Management. 236(1):18-29.
  • Visser MC, Fairchild B, Czarick M, Lacy M, Worley J, Thompson S, Kastner J, Ritz C, Naeher LP. 2006. Fine particle measurements inside and outside tunnel-ventilated broiler houses. Journal of Applied Poultry Research. 15(3):394-405.
  • Achtemeier GL, Glitzenstein JS, Naeher LP. 2006. Measurements of smoke from chipped and unchipped plots. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry. 30:165-171.Seagrave JC, McDonald JD, Bedrick E, Edgerton ES, Gigliotti AP, Jansen JJ, Naeher LP, Seilkop SK, Zheng M, Mauderly JL. 2006. Lung toxicity of ambient particulate matter from southeastern US sites with different contributing sources: relationships between composition and effects. Environmental Health Perspectives. 114:1387-1393.
  • Naeher LP, Achtemeier GL, Glitzenstein JS, Streng DR, MacIntosh D. 2006. Real-time and time-integrated PM2.5 and CO from prescribed burns in chipped and non-chipped plots: firefighter and community exposure and health implications. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology. 16:351-361.
  • Triche EW, Gent JF, Holford TR, Belanger K, Bracken MB, Beckett WS, Naeher LP, McSharry JE, Leaderer BP. 2006. Low-level ozone exposure and respiratory symptoms in infants. Environmental Health Perspectives. 114(6):911-916.
  • Nichani V, Li Wan-I, Smith MA, Noonan G, Kulkarni M, Kodavor M, Naeher LP. 2006. Blood lead levels in children after the introduction of unleaded gasoline in Bombay, India. Science of the Total Environment. 363:95-106.
  • Calafat AM, Needham LL, Kuklenyik Z, Reidy JA, Tully JS, Aguilar-Villalobos M, Naeher LP. 2006. Perfluorinated chemicals in selected residents of the American continent. Chemosphere. 63(3):490-496.
  • Xianglu H, Naeher LP. 2006. A review of traffic-related air pollution exposure assessment studies in the developing world. Environment International. 32(1):106-120.
  • Edwards R, Johnson M, Dunn KH, Naeher LP. 2005. Application of real-time particle sensors to mitigate exposures of wildland firefighters. Archives of Environmental and Occupational Health. 60(1):40-43.
  • Lee S, Baumann K, Schauer JJ, Sheesley R, Naeher LP, Meinardi S, Blake DR, Edgerton ES, Russell A, Clements M. 2005. Gaseous and particulate emissions from prescribed burning in Georgia. Environmental Science & Technology. 39(23):9049-9056. 
  • Needham LL, Whyatt RM, Barr DB, Wang RY, Akland G, Naeher LP, Bahadori T, Bradman A, Fortmann R, Liu L-J S, Morandi M, O'Rourke MK, Thomas K, Quackenboss J, Ryan PB, Zartarian V, Özkaynak H. 2005. Exposure assessment in the National Children's Study – introduction. Environmental Health Perspectives. 113:1076-1082.
  • Xianglu H, Aguilar-Villalobos M, Allen A, Carlton CS, Robinson R, Bayer C, Naeher LP. 2005. Traffic-related occupational exposures to PM2.5, CO, and VOCs in Trujillo, Peru. International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health. 11:276-288.
  • Naeher LP, Miller T, Aguilar-Villalobos M. 2004. Blood lead survey of children, pregnant women, professional drivers, street workers, and office workers in Trujillo, Peru. Archives of Environmental Health. 59(7):359-362.
  • Neufeld LM, Haas JD, Ruel MT, Grajeda R, Naeher LP. 2004. Indoor cooking fire use is associated with hemoglobin concentration in iron deficient women. Pam American Journal of Public Health. 15:110-118.
  • Naeher LP, Rubin C, Hernandez-Avila M, Noonan GP, Paschal D, Narciso J, Espinoza Lain R, Gastanaga C, Almeyda R, Jarrett J, Caldwell KL, McGeehin M. 2003. Use of isotope ratios to identify sources contributing to pediatric lead poisoning in Peru . Archives of Environmental Health. 58(9):579-589.
  • Shendell DG, Naeher LP. 2002. A pilot study to assess ground-level ambient air concentrations of fine particles and carbon monoxide in urban Guatemala. Environment International. 28 (5):375-382.
  • Kieszak S, Naeher LP, Rubin C, Needham LL, Backer L, Barr D, McGeehin M. 2002. Investigation of the relation between self-reported food consumption and household chemical exposures with urinary levels of selected nonpersistent pesticides. Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology .12(6):404-408.
  • Naeher LP, Smith KR, Leaderer BP, Neufeld L, Mage D. 2001. Carbon monoxide as a tracer for assessing exposures to particulate matter in wood and gas cookstove households of highland Guatemala. Environmental Science & Technology. 35:575-581. 
  • Rubin C, McGeehin M, Holmes AK, Backer L, Burreson G, Earley MC, Griffith D, Levine R, Litaker W, Mei J, Naeher L, Needham L, Noga E, Poli M, Rogers HS. 2001. Emerging areas of research reported during the CDC National Conference on Pfiesteria: From biology to public health. 109: 633-637 (Suppl. 5).
  • Backer L, Niskar AS, Rubin C, Blindauer K, Christianson D, Naeher L, Rogers HS. 2001. Environmental public health surveillance: Possible estuary-associated syndrome. Environmental Health Perspectives. 109: 797-801 (Suppl. 5).
  • Naeher LP, Leaderer BP, Smith KR. 2000. Particulate matter and carbon monoxide in highland Guatemala: indoor and outdoor levels from traditional and improved wood stoves and gas stoves. Indoor Air. 10:200-205.
  • Naeher LP, Smith KR, Leaderer BP, Mage D, Grajeda R. 2000. Indoor and outdoor PM2.5 and CO in high and low density Guatemalan villages. Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology. 10:544-551. 
  • Meyer P, Mannino D, Homa D, Naeher L, Redd S. 1999. Air pollution and your health: reducing health risks. Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy. 14(4):43-49 .
  • Leaderer BP, Naeher LP, Jankun T, Belanger K, Holford T, Toth C, Sullivan J, Koutrakis P. 1999. Indoor, outdoor and regional summer and winter concentrations of PM10, PM2.5, SO4=, H+, NH4+, NO3-, and HONO in homes with and without kerosene space heaters. Environmental Health Perspectives. 107:222-223.
  • Naeher LP, Holford TR, Beckett WS, Belanger K, Triche EW, Bracken MB, Leaderer BP. 1999. Healthy women's PEF variations with ambient summer concentrations of PM10, PM2.5, SO4=, h+, and O3. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. 160:117-125.