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Assessing the effects of living at moderate and high altitude on health outcomes .
Utilizing GIS for the study of physical activity: individual and environmental mechanisms of PA change. Subcontract from Kaiser Permanente from a NIH Grant.
The spatial dynamics of risk and vulnerability in a transitional pastoral economy National Science Foundation. With Craig Janes.
Program to award dissertation fellowships in hazards, risk, and disasters Subcontract funding from a National Science Foundation Grant through the Natural Hazards Center.
Malaria as an environmental health hazard in Tanzania and health mapping possibilities for informing health evidence-based decision-making.
Deborah Thomas, PhD
University of Colorado Denver, NC 5030-A, Department of Geography and Environmental Sciences
1. Phillips, Brenda, D. Thomas, A. Fothergill, and Lynn Blinn-Pike (editors), Social Vulnerability to Disasters, CRC Press. Forthcoming, August, 2009.
2. Sebert, Anne K.Kuhlmann, J. Brett, D. Thomas, S. Sain. “Exploration of Social and Built Environment Factors Associated with Pedestrians/Motor Vehicle Collision in Denver.” American Journal of Public Health. Forthcoming.
3. Wilhelmi, O.V, M.J. Hayes, and D.S.K. Thomas. 2008. “Managing Drought in Mountain Resort Communities: Colorado’s Experiences” Disaster Prevention and Management. 15(5):672-680.
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