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Your Environment. Your Health.

Person Details: Jennifer A. Horney

Superfund Research Program

Jennifer A. Horney

Texas A&M University
1266 TAMUS
College Station, Texas 77843-1266
Phone: 979-436-9391
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

2020

  • 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
  • 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

  • Bera G, Camargo K, Sericano JL, Liu Y, Sweet S, Horney JA, Jun M, Chiu WA, Rusyn I, Wade TL, Knap A. 2019. Baseline data for distribution of contaminants by natural disasters: Results from a residential Houston neighborhood during Hurricane Harvey flooding. Heliyon 5:e02860. doi:10.1016/j.heliyon.2019.e02860 PMID:31763489 PMCID:PMC6861583
  • Horney JA, Casillas GA, Miller A, Craft ES, Burdette K, Ferguson PL, Knap A, Baker ES, McDonald TJ, Bhandari S, Chiu WA, Rusyn I. 2019. Conducting environmental health research after disaster: Disaster research response to Hurricane Florence. Environmental Health
  • Horney JA, Rios J, Cantu A, Ramsey S, Montemayor L, Raun L, Miller A. 2019. Improving Hurricane Harvey disaster research response through academic practice partnerships. Am J Public Health 109(9):1198-1201. doi:10.2105/AJPH.2019.305166 PMID:31318601 PMCID:PMC6687265
  • Karaye I, Stone KW, Casillas GA, Newman G, Horney JA. 2019. A spatial analysis of possible environmental exposures in recreational areas impacted by Hurricane Harvey flooding, Harris County, Texas. Environ Manage doi:10.1007/s00267-019-01204-4 PMID:31515572 PMCID:PMC6790291
  • Kirsch J, Elizondo J, De Hoyos Salazar D, Washington S, Burdick T, Alvarez P, Horney JA. 2019. An engaged environmental science curriculum for underserved youth. Environ Education Res 25:doi:10.1080/13504622.2019.1637822 PMCID:PMC6897383
  • Newman G, Malecha M, Yu S, Qiao Z, Horney JA, Lee J, Kim Y, Lee R, Berke P. 2019. Integrating a resilience scorecard and landscape performance tools into a Geodesign process. Landscape Research doi:10.1080/01426397.2019.1569219
  • Sansom G, Berke P, McDonald TJ, Shipp E, Horney JA. 2019. Evaluating the impact of race and gender on environmental risk perceptions in the Houston neighborhood of Manchester. Environ Justice 12(3):doi:10.1089/env.2018.0028 PMID:31871531 PMCID:PMC6927678
  • Stone KW, Casillas GA, Karaye I, Camargo K, McDonald TJ, Horney JA. 2019. Using spatial analysis to examine potential sources of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in an environmental justice community after Hurricane Harvey. Environ Justice doi:10.1089/env.2019.0007

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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