Jennifer Vanos

Title(s)VIS ASST RES NEX, Climate, Atmospheric Sciences, and Physical Oceanography
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    University of GuelphPhD / Atmospheric Science2012School of Environmental Science
    University of GuelphBSc (Env) / Earth and Atmospheric Science2008Environmental Science
    Health CanadaPost Doctorate 2012Environmental Health Science Research Bureau

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    1. Extreme Weather and Climate Change: Population Health and Health System Implications. Annu Rev Public Health. 2021 Jan 06. Ebi KL, Vanos J, Baldwin JW, Bell JE, Hondula DM, Errett NA, Hayes K, Reid CE, Saha S, Spector J, Berry P. PMID: 33406378.
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    2. Roundtable on Preseason Heat Safety in Secondary School Athletics: Environmental Monitoring During Activities in the Heat. J Athl Train. 2021 Jan 05. Hosokawa Y, Adams WM, Casa DJ, Vanos JK, Cooper ER, Grundstein AJ, Jay O, McDermott BP, Otani H, Raukar NP, Stearns RL, Tripp BL. PMID: 33400785.
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    3. Simplicity lacks robustness when projecting heat-health outcomes in a changing climate. Nat Commun. 2020 11 27; 11(1):6079. Vanos JK, Baldwin JW, Jay O, Ebi KL. PMID: 33247118.
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    4. Evaporative misters for urban cooling and comfort: effectiveness and motivations for use. Int J Biometeorol. 2020 Nov 26. Vanos JK, Wright MK, Kaiser A, Middel A, Ambrose H, Hondula DM. PMID: 33244662.
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    5. Variations in Athlete Heat-Loss Potential Between Hot-Dry and Warm-Humid Environments at Equivalent Wet-Bulb Globe Temperature Thresholds. J Athl Train. 2020 Nov 01; 55(11):1190-1198. Vanos JK, Grundstein AJ. PMID: 33112954.
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    6. There is no 'Swiss Army Knife' of thermal indices: the importance of considering 'why?' and 'for whom?' when modelling heat stress in sport. Br J Sports Med. 2020 Oct 23. Grundstein A, Vanos J. PMID: 33097522.
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    7. Community-based maternal health workers' perspectives on heat risk and safety: a pilot qualitative study. Health Care Women Int. 2020 Sep 21; 1-21. Monteblanco AD, Vanos JK. PMID: 32956026.
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    8. Extreme heat and health at Tokyo-2020ne: The need for scientific coalition across sectors. Temperature (Austin). 2020; 7(2):111-113. Hosokawa Y, Vanos J. PMID: 33015239.
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    9. A multi-scalar climatological analysis in preparation for extreme heat at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Temperature (Austin). 2020; 7(2):191-214. Vanos JK, Thomas WM, Grundstein AJ, Hosokawa Y, Liu Y, Casa DJ. PMID: 33015246.
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    10. The heat is on: Bracing for impacts in Tokyo. Temperature (Austin). 2020; 7(1):1-2. Vanos J. PMID: 32166102.
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    11. Workplace heat exposure, health protection, and economic impacts: A case study in Canada. Am J Ind Med. 2019 12; 62(12):1024-1037. Vanos J, Vecellio DJ, Kjellstrom T. PMID: 30912193.
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    12. Biologically effective solar ultraviolet exposures and the potential skin cancer risk for individual gold medalists of the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympic Games. Temperature (Austin). 2020; 7(1):89-108. Downs NJ, Axelsen T, Schouten P, Igoe DP, Parisi AV, Vanos J. PMID: 32166106.
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    13. Revisiting the estimations of PM2.5-attributable mortality with advancements in PM2.5 mapping and mortality statistics. Sci Total Environ. 2019 May 20; 666:499-507. Liu Y, Zhao N, Vanos JK, Cao G. PMID: 30802665.
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    14. Activity modification in heat: critical assessment of guidelines across athletic, occupational, and military settings in the USA. Int J Biometeorol. 2019 Mar; 63(3):405-427. Hosokawa Y, Casa DJ, Trtanj JM, Belval LN, Deuster PA, Giltz SM, Grundstein AJ, Hawkins MD, Huggins RA, Jacklitsch B, Jardine JF, Jones H, Kazman JB, Reynolds ME, Stearns RL, Vanos JK, Williams AL, Williams WJ. PMID: 30710251.
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    15. Impact of heat on mortality and morbidity in low and middle income countries: A review of the epidemiological evidence and considerations for future research. Environ Res. 2019 04; 171:80-91. Green H, Bailey J, Schwarz L, Vanos J, Ebi K, Benmarhnia T. PMID: 30660921.
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    16. Exposure to traffic and mortality risk in the 1991-2011 Canadian Census Health and Environment Cohort (CanCHEC). Environ Int. 2019 03; 124:16-24. Cakmak S, Hebbern C, Vanos J, Crouse DL, Tjepkema M. PMID: 30639904.
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    17. Planning for spectator thermal comfort and health in the face of extreme heat: The Tokyo 2020 Olympic marathons. Sci Total Environ. 2019 Mar 20; 657:904-917. Vanos JK, Kosaka E, Iida A, Yokohari M, Middel A, Scott-Fleming I, Brown RD. PMID: 30677956.
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    18. Evaluating the impact of solar radiation on pediatric heat balance within enclosed, hot vehicles. Temperature (Austin). 2018; 5(3):276-292. Vanos JK, Middel A, Poletti MN, Selover NJ. PMID: 30377643.
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    19. Heat/mortality sensitivities in Los Angeles during winter: a unique phenomenon in the United States. Environ Health. 2018 05 03; 17(1):45. Kalkstein AJ, Kalkstein LS, Vanos JK, Eisenman DP, Grady Dixon P. PMID: 29724242.
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    20. Correction to: The influence of surface type on the absorbed radiation by a human under hot, dry conditions. Int J Biometeorol. 2018 02; 62(2):287. Hardin AW, Vanos JK. PMID: 29230565.
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    21. Heat: a primer for public health researchers. Public Health. 2018 Aug; 161:138-146. McGregor GR, Vanos JK. PMID: 29290376.
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    22. Associations between long-term PM2.5 and ozone exposure and mortality in the Canadian Census Health and Environment Cohort (CANCHEC), by spatial synoptic classification zone. Environ Int. 2018 02; 111:200-211. Cakmak S, Hebbern C, Pinault L, Lavigne E, Vanos J, Crouse DL, Tjepkema M. PMID: 29227849.
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    23. Opportunities and Challenges for Personal Heat Exposure Research. Environ Health Perspect. 2017 08 01; 125(8):085001. Kuras ER, Richardson MB, Calkins MM, Ebi KL, Hess JJ, Kintziger KW, Jagger MA, Middel A, Scott AA, Spector JT, Uejio CK, Vanos JK, Zaitchik BF, Gohlke JM, Hondula DM. PMID: 28796630.
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    24. Supporting sustainability initiatives through biometeorology education and training. Int J Biometeorol. 2017 Sep; 61(Suppl 1):93-106. Allen MJ, Vanos J, Hondula DM, Vecellio DJ, Knight D, Mehdipoor H, Lucas R, Fuhrmann C, Lokys H, Lees A, Nascimento ST, Leung ACW, Perkins DR. PMID: 28725975.
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    25. Modeling the Effects of Urban Design on Emergency Medical Response Calls during Extreme Heat Events in Toronto, Canada. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2017 07 14; 14(7). Graham DA, Vanos JK, Kenny NA, Brown RD. PMID: 28708081.
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    26. Short communication: emerging technologies for biometeorology. Int J Biometeorol. 2017 Sep; 61(Suppl 1):81-88. Mehdipoor H, Vanos JK, Zurita-Milla R, Cao G. PMID: 28710523.
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    27. An update from the Chair of the students and new professionals Group of the International Society of Biometeorology. Int J Biometeorol. 2017 Sep; 61(Suppl 1):89-92. Vanos J. PMID: 28689335.
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    28. Low-cost mobile air pollution monitoring in urban environments: a pilot study in Lubbock, Texas. Environ Technol. 2018 Jun; 39(12):1505-1514. McKercher GR, Vanos JK. PMID: 28513291.
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    29. The influence of surface type on the absorbed radiation by a human under hot, dry conditions. Int J Biometeorol. 2018 Jan; 62(1):43-56. Hardin AW, Vanos JK. PMID: 28477222.
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    30. American football and fatal exertional heat stroke: a case study of Korey Stringer. Int J Biometeorol. 2017 Aug; 61(8):1471-1480. Grundstein A, Knox JA, Vanos J, Cooper ER, Casa DJ. PMID: 28314926.
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    31. Schoolyard Shade and Sun Exposure: Assessment of Personal Monitoring During Children's Physical Activity. Photochem Photobiol. 2017 07; 93(4):1123-1132. Vanos JK, McKercher GR, Naughton K, Lochbaum M. PMID: 28097673.
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    32. The effects of synoptic weather on influenza infection incidences: a retrospective study utilizing digital disease surveillance. Int J Biometeorol. 2018 Jan; 62(1):69-84. Zhao N, Cao G, Vanos JK, Vecellio DJ. PMID: 28190180.
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    33. Characteristics and applications of small, portable gaseous air pollution monitors. Environ Pollut. 2017 Apr; 223:102-110. McKercher GR, Salmond JA, Vanos JK. PMID: 28162801.
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    34. Ozone exposure and cardiovascular-related mortality in the Canadian Census Health and Environment Cohort (CANCHEC) by spatial synoptic classification zone. Environ Pollut. 2016 Jul; 214:589-599. Cakmak S, Hebbern C, Vanos J, Crouse DL, Burnett R. PMID: 27131819.
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    35. The modifying effect of socioeconomic status on the relationship between traffic, air pollution and respiratory health in elementary schoolchildren. J Environ Manage. 2016 Jul 15; 177:1-8. Cakmak S, Hebbern C, Cakmak JD, Vanos J. PMID: 27064731.
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    36. ISB news from the Chair of the Student and New Professionals Group. Int J Biometeorol. 2018 Jan; 62(1):139-140. Vanos JK. PMID: 25814359.
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    37. Children's health and vulnerability in outdoor microclimates: A comprehensive review. Environ Int. 2015 Mar; 76:1-15. Vanos JK. PMID: 25497108.
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    38. Association of weather and air pollution interactions on daily mortality in 12 Canadian cities. Air Qual Atmos Health. 2015; 8(3):307-320. Vanos JK, Cakmak S, Kalkstein LS, Yagouti A. PMID: 26052369.
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    39. Metal composition of fine particulate air pollution and acute changes in cardiorespiratory physiology. Environ Pollut. 2014 Jun; 189:208-14. Cakmak S, Dales R, Kauri LM, Mahmud M, Van Ryswyk K, Vanos J, Liu L, Kumarathasan P, Thomson E, Vincent R, Weichenthal S. PMID: 24682071.
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    40. A glossary for biometeorology. Int J Biometeorol. 2014 Mar; 58(2):277-308. Gosling SN, Bryce EK, Dixon PG, Gabriel KM, Gosling EY, Hanes JM, Hondula DM, Liang L, Bustos Mac Lean PA, Muthers S, Nascimento ST, Petralli M, Vanos JK, Wanka ER. PMID: 24550042.
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    41. Risk assessment for cardiovascular and respiratory mortality due to air pollution and synoptic meteorology in 10 Canadian cities. Environ Pollut. 2014 Feb; 185:322-32. Vanos JK, Hebbern C, Cakmak S. PMID: 24355413.
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    42. Synoptic weather typing applied to air pollution mortality among the elderly in 10 Canadian cities. Environ Res. 2013 Oct; 126:66-75. Vanos JK, Cakmak S, Bristow C, Brion V, Tremblay N, Martin SL, Sheridan SS. PMID: 24012249.
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    43. Changing air mass frequencies in Canada: potential links and implications for human health. Int J Biometeorol. 2014 Mar; 58(2):121-35. Vanos JK, Cakmak S. PMID: 23820938.
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    44. The SSC: a decade of climate-health research and future directions. Int J Biometeorol. 2014 Mar; 58(2):109-20. Hondula DM, Vanos JK, Gosling SN. PMID: 23371289.
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    45. Improved predictive ability of climate-human-behaviour interactions with modifications to the COMFA outdoor energy budget model. Int J Biometeorol. 2012 Nov; 56(6):1065-74. Vanos JK, Warland JS, Gillespie TJ, Kenny NA. PMID: 22350422.
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    46. Thermal comfort modelling of body temperature and psychological variations of a human exercising in an outdoor environment. Int J Biometeorol. 2012 Jan; 56(1):21-32. Vanos JK, Warland JS, Gillespie TJ, Kenny NA. PMID: 21188424.
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    47. Review of the physiology of human thermal comfort while exercising in urban landscapes and implications for bioclimatic design. Int J Biometeorol. 2010 Jul; 54(4):319-34. Vanos JK, Warland JS, Gillespie TJ, Kenny NA. PMID: 20155515.
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