Rosenthal, N., M. V. Chester, A. Fraser, D. M. Hondula and D. P. Eisenman. 2022. Adaptive transit scheduling to reduce rider vulnerability during heatwaves. Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure 7(6):744-755. DOI: 10.1080/23789689.2022.2029324. (link )
Fraser, A. M., M. V. Chester and D. P. Eisenman. 2018. Strategic locating of refuges for extreme heat events (or heat waves). Urban Climate 25(Sep):109-119. DOI: 10.1016/J.UCLIM.2018.04.009. (link )
Hoehne, C., D. M. Hondula, M. V. Chester, D. P. Eisenman, A. Middel, A. Fraser, L. E. Watkins and K. Gerster. 2018. Heat exposure during outdoor activities in the US varies significantly by city, demography, and activity. Health & Place 54(Nov):1-10. DOI: 10.1016/J.HEALTHPLACE.2018.08.014. (link )
Kalkstein, A. J., L. S. Kalkstein, J. K. Vanos, D. R. Eisenman and P. G. Dixon. 2018. Heat/mortality sensitivities in Los Angeles during winter: a unique phenomenon in the United States. Environmental Health 17:Art. 45. DOI: 10.1186/s12940-018-0389-7. (link )
Fraser, A. M., M. V. Chester, D. P. Eisenman, D. M. Hondula, S. Pincetl, P. English and E. Bondank. 2017. Household accessibility to heat refuges: Residential air conditioning, public cooled space, and walkability. Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science 44(6):1036–1055. DOI: 10.1177/0265813516657342. (link )
Eisenman, D. P., H. Wilhalme, C. Tseng, M. V. Chester, P. English, S. Pincetl, A. Fraser, S. Vangala and S. K. Dhaliwal. 2016. Heat death associations with the built environment, social vulnerability and their interactions with rising temperature. Health & Place (41):89-99. DOI: 10.1016/j.healthplace.2016.08.007. (link )
Eisenman, D. P. 2018. Disasters in the time of global climate change and local community resilience: Progress and challenges. Presentation at the UIC Global Health Colloquium, April 3, 2018, UIC Center for Global Health, Chicago, IL. (link )
Eisenman, D. P. 2018. Linking climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction. Presentation at the Panelist at Climate Resilience Through Urban Greening and Cooling in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Urban Cooling Collaborative Webinar.
Roy Chowdhury, R., G. Hydrick, C. Cheng, A. Barnett, D. P. Eisenman, J. Santos-Hernández and V. Shandas. 2018. A conceptual framework for urban vulnerability analysis in sustainability science: Integrating socio-ecological-technological systems. Presentation at the Annual , April 10-14, 2018, New Orleans, LA. (link )
Eisenman, D. P. 2017. Bright lights, big cities, and big plans for disaster resilience. Presentation at the 42nd Annual Natural Hazards Research and Applications Workshop, Broonfield, CO.
Eisenman, D. P. 2016. New Ideas for Increasing Resilience to Heat Waves in Cities. Presentation at the Tree People Conference on Extreme Heat in Los Angeles: Science, Policy and Community Engagement Approaches to Urban Cooling, 8 July 2016, Los Angeles, CA.