PUBLICATION LIST (2018 - Current)
Note: Graduate student authors are underlined, undergraduates are marked with *
Renteria, R., Grineski, S., Collins, T., Flores, A., & Trego, S. (2022). Social disparities in neighborhood heat in the Northeast United States. Environmental research, 203, 111805.
Grineski, S., Collins, T., Renteria, R., & Rubio, R. (2021). Multigenerational Immigrant Trajectories and Children’s Unequal Exposure to Fine Particulate Matter in the US. Social Science & Medicine, 114108.
Rubio, R., Grineski, S., & Collins, T. (2021). Children’s exposure to vehicular air pollution in the United States: environmental injustices at the intersection of race/ethnicity and language. Environmental Sociology, 1-13.
Flores, A., Collins, T., Grineski, S., Griego, A., Mullen, C., Nadybal, S., Renteria, R., Rubio, R., Shaker, Y., Trego, S. (2020). Environmental Injustice in the Disaster Cycle: Hurricane Harvey and the Texas Gulf Coast. Environmental Justice,doi pending.
Flores, A., Castor, A., Grineski, S., Collins, T., Mullen, C. (2020). Petrochemical releases disproportionately affected socially vulnerable populations along the Texas Gulf Coast after Hurricane Harvey. Population and Environment. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11111-020-00362
Mullen, C., Grineski, S.E., Collins, T.W. and D.L. Mendoza. 2020. "Effects of PM2.5 on Third Grade Students' Proficiency in Math and English Language Arts." International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 17(6931): 1-21.
Nadybal, S. M., Collins, T. W., & Grineski, S. E. (2020). Light pollution inequities
in the continental United States: A distributive environmental justice analysis. Environmental Research, 109959.
Flores, A.B., Collins, T.W., Grineski, S.E., & Chakraborty, J. (2020). Disparities in Health Impacts and Access to Healthcare among Houston Area Residents after Hurricane Harvey. Public Health Reports. doi:10.1177/0033354920930133
Mullen, C., Grineski, S., Collins, T., Xing, W., Whitaker, R., Sayahi, T., Becnel, T., Goffin,
P., Gaillardon, P.-E., M. Meyer and K. Kelly. “Patterns of distributive environmental
inequity under different PM2.5 air pollution scenarios for Salt Lake County public
schools”. Environmental Research 186: 1-10. doi.org/10.1016/j.envres.2020.109543
Nadybal, S., Grineski, S., Collins, T., Castor, A., Flores, A., Griego, A., ... & Rubio, R. (2020). Environmental Justice in the US and Beyond: Frameworks, Evidence, and Social Action. In Geographies of Behavioural Health, Crime, and Disorder (pp. 187-209). Springer, Cham.
Rubio, R., Grineski, S., Collins, T., & Morales, D. X. (2020). Ancestry-Based Intracategorical Injustices in Carcinogenic Air Pollution Exposures in the United States. Society & Natural Resources, 1-19.
Flores, Aaron B., Collins, Timothy W., Grineski, Sara E., and Chakraborty, Jayajit. (2020). Social vulnerability to Hurricane Harvey: Unmet needs and adverse event experiences in Greater Houston, Texas. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 46, 101521. doi: 10.1016/j.ijdrr.2020.101521.
Collins, T. W., Nadybal, S., & Grineski, S. E. (2020). Sonic injustice: Disparate residential exposures to transport noise from road and aviation sources in the continental United States. Journal of Transport Geography, 82, 102604.
Grineski, S. E., Collins, T. W., Rubio, R. (2019). Distributional environmental injustices for a minority group without minority status: Arab Americans and residential exposure to carcinogenic air pollution in the US. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16(24): 4899. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph16244899
Collins, T. W., Grineski, S. E., Chakraborty, J., & Flores, A. B. (2019). Environmental injustice and Hurricane Harvey: A household-level study of socially disparate flood exposures in Greater Houston, Texas, USA. Environmental Research, 108772.
Grineski, S.E., Flores, AB., Collins, T.W., Chakraborty, J. 2020. The impact of Hurricane Harvey on Greater Houston Households: Comparing pre-event preparedness with post-event health effects, exposure experiences and recovery. Disasters. https://doi.org/10.1111/disa.12368
Collins, T., Grineski, SE. 2019. Environmental Injustice and religion: Outdoor air pollution disparities in metropolitan Salt Lake City, Utah. Annals of the American Association of Geographers. 109(5): 1597-1617
Collins, TW, Nadybal, S. Grineski, SE. 2019. Social Disparities in Exposure to Noise at Public Schools in the Contiguous United States. Environmental Research. 175, 257-265
Grineski, SE, Collins, TW. 2019. Cancer Risks from Hazardous Air Pollutants in US Public School Districts. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health. doi: 10.1136/jech-2018-211832
Nadybal, S., S. Grineski, T. Collins, A. Flores`, R. Rubio`, C. Mullen`, *A. Castor`, and *A. Griego`. Forthcoming. Environmental justice in the US and beyond: Frameworks, evidence, and social action. Invited chapter in K. Lersch and J. Chakraborty (eds.) Geographies of Behavioral Health, Crime, and Disorder: The Intersection of Social Problems and Place. Springer. (` denotes equal authorship)
Collins, T., Grineski, SE. In press. Environmental Injustice and religion: Outdoor air pollution disparities in metropolitan Salt Lake City, Utah. Annals of the American Association of Geographers. DOI: 10.1080/24694452.2018.1546568.
Chakraborty, J, Grineski, SE, Collins, TW. 2019 (e-pub ahead of print). Hurricane Harvey and people with disabilities: Disproportionate Exposure to Flooding in Houston, Texas. Social Science & Medicine. DOI: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2019.02.039.
Chakraborty, J, Collins, TW, Grineski, SE. 2019. Exploring the environmental justice implications of Hurricane Harvey flooding in Greater Houston, Texas. American Journal of Public Health109(2): 244-250.
Rubio, R, Grineski, SE, Morales, DX, Collins, TW. 2019 (e-pub ahead of print). The role of parents’ nativity in shaping differential risk of food insecurity among US first graders. Maternal and Child Health Journal.
Grineski, SE, Morales, DX, Collins, TW, *Hernandez, E,*Fuentes, A. 2018 (e-pub ahead of print). The burden of carcinogenic air toxics among Asian Americans in four US metro areas. Population and Environment. DOI: 10.1007/s11111-018-0308-4.
Grineski, SE, Morales, DX, Collins, TW, Rubio, R. 2018. Transitional dynamics and depth of household food insecurity impact children’s developmental outcomes. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. 39(9):715-725.
Grineski, SE, Collins, TW. 2018. Geographic and social disparities in exposure to air neurotoxicants at U.S. public schools. Environmental Research.161:580-587.
Collins, TW, Grineski, SE, Chakraborty, J. 2018. Environmental injustice and flood risk: A conceptual model andcase comparison of metropolitan Miami and Houston, USA. Regional Environmental Change. 18(2): 311-323.
Grineski, SE, Collins, TW. 2018. Environmental justice and borders: lessons from the
U.S.-Mexico borderlands. Invited chapter in
R. Holifield, J. Chakraborty, and G. Walker (eds.), Handbook of Environmental Justice. New York: Routledge.
Collins, TW, Grineski, SE. 2018. Environmental justice and flood hazards: emerging
findings and future research needs.
Invited chapter in R. Holifield,J. Chakraborty, and G. Walker (eds.), Handbook of Environmental Justice. New York: Routledge.