11th Conference on Environment and Health

Abstract Submissions

Abstracts were due on August 8, 2019.

Abstract Fee and Author Instructions

Call for Papers

  • Climate Change Detection to Attribution to Action
  • Health economic impacts of extreme weather events and ecosystem change
  • Human health impacts of hydrologic extremes - what can our two science communities learn from each other and from the affected communities?
  • Linking Knowledge to Society: Innovative Solutions for Reducing Heat’s Health Impacts in the Northeast US
  • Living in a World of Rapid Global Environmental Changes: The Intersection of Environmental Disasters, Human Health, and Vulnerable Populations
  • NASA Earth Observation Systems and Applications for Health, Air Quality, Environmental Management, and Public Outreach
  • On the Shoulders of Giants: Formative Moments for Environment and Health Research
  • Particulate Matter and Human Health- from Ultrafine to several microns sizes
  • Understanding the Hazard of Heat Waves to Address the Risks to Human and Animal Health
  • Understanding, Predicting, and Providing Early Warning for Climate-sensitive Infectious Diseases
  • Weather, climate, and our mental health

Joint Sessions

  • A stitch in time: protecting and promoting health in a changing climate (Joint between the 11th Conference on Environment and Health and the 33rd Conference on Climate Variability and Change) 

Student Award Opportunities

Two (2) presentation awards, in total, will be extended to the top student presenters (undergraduate or graduate) participating in the 11th Conference on Environment and Health. The awards include $200 to assist with the expenses of participating in the conference and a certificate of achievement from the AMS. Students will be graded by board members, using a standardized rubric, where the highest cumulative scores will receive an award. To be eligible, students must participate in the 11th Conference on Environment and Health and must be a current student in good academic standing (e.g. not on probation or disciplinary action for grades or conduct).

Conference Contact(s)

For additional information, please contact the Program Chairs:  Hunter Jones (hunter.jones@noaa.gov), Kacey Ernst (kernst@email.arizona.edu) , Jennifer Vanos (jvanos@asu.edu), David Hondula (David.Hondula@asu.edu), Kristie Ebi (krisebi@uw.edu)