David Eisenman interviewed live on Fox11 Los Angeles
U.S. News article about David Eisenman’s report on the mental health effects of wildfire smoke
As the U.S. Faces Lengthier Fire Seasons, Research Suggests Mental Health of Survivors Must be a Focus
UCLA C-Solutions and Climate Resolve are partnering to shed light on the mental and physical health impacts of wildfires and smoke.
David Eisenman quoted in The Verge
Andrew M. Fraser, Mikhail V. Chester, and David Eisenman. Urban Climate 25:109-119 (2018).
Kevin Riley, Holly Wilhalme, Linda Delp, and David P. Eisenman. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 15(4):580 (2018).
Heat death associations with the built environment, social vulnerability and their interactions with rising temperature
David P. Eisenman, Holly Wilhalme, Chi-Hong Tseng, Mikhail Chester, Paul English, Stephanie Pincetl, Andrew Fraser, Sitaram Vangala, Satvinder K. Dhaliwal. Health & Place 41:89-99 (2016).
An ecosystems and vulnerable populations perspective on solastalgia and psychological distress after a wildfire
David Eisenman, Sarah McCaffrey, Ian Donatello, and Grant Marshal. Ecohealth 12(4):602-610 (2015).