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Your Environment. Your Health.

Person Details: Jennifer A. Horney

Superfund Research Program

Jennifer A. Horney

University of Delaware

Phone: 302-831-3866
Email: horney@udel.edu

Projects

Hazardous Waste Sites

French, Ltd.

  • Texas A&M University: Community Engagement Core

San Jacinto River Waste Pits

  • Texas A&M University: Community Engagement Core

Publications

2021

  • Sansom G, Kirsch KR, Casillas GA, Camargo K, Wade TL, Knap A, Baker ES, Horney JA. 2021. Spatial distribution of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon contaminants after Hurricane Harvey in a Houston neighborhood. J Health Pollut 11(29):doi:10.5696/2156-9614-11.29.210308

2020

  • Horney JA, Dwyer C, Vendrell-Velez B, Newman G. 2020. Validating a comprehensive plan scoring system for health community design in League City, Texas. In: Urban Design and Human Flourishing: Creating Places that Enable People to Live Health and Fulfilling Lives. Taylor and Francis Books, (in press)
  • Horney JA, Dwyer C, Vendrell-Velez B, Newman G. 2020. Validating a comprehensive plan scoring system for healthy community design in League City, Texas. J Urban Des 25:2013-217. doi:10.1080/13574809.2019.1572453 PMID:32132860 PMCID:PMC7055687
  • Horney JA, Stone KL, Karaye I, Rauscher EA. 2020. Resident perceptions of environmental pollution in recreational areas flooded by Hurricane Harvey in Houston, Texas. J Environ Health 83:8-16.
  • Malecha M, Kirsch KR, Karaye I, Horney JA, Newman G. 2020. Advancing the toxics mobility inventory: Development and application of a toxics mobility vulnerability index to Harris County, Texas. Sustainability 13(6):282-291. doi:10.1089/sus.2020.0067
  • Newman G, Shi T, Yao Z, Li D, Sansom G, Kirsch KR, Casillas GA, Horney JA. 2020. Citizen science-informed community master planning: land use and built environment changes to increase flood resilience and decrease contaminant exposure. Int J Environ Res Public Health 17:doi:10.3390/ijerph17020486 PMID:31940904
  • Sansom G, Kirsch KR, Horney JA. 2020. Using the 12-item short form health survey (SF-12) to assess self rated health of an engaged population impacted by Hurricane Harvey, Houston, TX. BMC Public Health 20:doi:10.1186/s12889-020-8349-x PMID:32075614 PMCID:PMC7031970

2019

2018

  • Hendricks M, Meyer MA, Gharaibeh N, Van Zandt S, Masterson J, Cooper JT, Horney JA, Berke P. 2018. The development of a participatory assessment technique for infrastructure: Neighborhood-level monitoring towards sustainable infrastructure systems. Sustain Cities Soc 38:265-274. doi:10.1016/j.scs.2017.12.039 PMID:30370207 PMCID:PMC6200349
  • Horney JA, Casillas GA, Baker ES, Stone KW, Kirsch KR, Camargo K, Wade TL, McDonald TJ. 2018. Comparing residential contamination in a Houston environmental justice neighborhood before and after Hurricane Harvey. PLoS One 13(2):e0192660. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0192660 PMID:29420658 PMCID:PMC5805347
  • Meyer MA, Hendricks M, Newman G, Masterson J, Cooper JT, Sansom G, Gharaibeh N, Horney JA, Berke P, Van Zandt S, Cousins T. 2018. Participatory action research: tools for disaster resilience education. Int J Disaster Resil Built Environ 9:402-419. doi:10.1108/ijdrbe-02-2017-0015 PMID:30519288 PMCID:PMC6277034
  • Sansom G, Kirsch KR, Stone KW, McDonald TJ, Horney JA. 2018. Domestic exposures to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in a Houston, Texas, environmental justice neighborhood. Environ Justice 11(5):183-191. doi:10.1089/env.2018.0004 PMID:30464781 PMCID:PMC6241524

2017

  • Meyer M, Hendricks M, Newman G, Horney JA, Berke P, Masterson J, Sansom G, Cousins T, Van Zandt S, Cooper JT. 2017. Urban environmental resiliency: Using participatory methods for hazard adaptation and climate justice in socially vulnerable communities. Int J Disaster Resil Built Environ 9(4):(in press)
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