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Braswell, Taylor Harris. 2021. “Extended Spaces of Environmental Injustice: Hydrocarbon Pipelines in the Age of Planetary Urbanization.” Social Forces.
Thombs, Ryan, Dennis L. Thombs, Andrew K. Jorgenson, and Taylor Harris Braswell. 2020. “What is Driving the Drug Overdose Epidemic in the United States?” Journal of Health and Social Behavior.
Braswell, Taylor Harris. 2018. “Fresh food, new faces: community gardening as ecological gentrification in St. Louis, Missouri.” Agriculture and Human Values.
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Vera, Lourdes, Garance Malivel, Drew Michanowicz, Choong-Min Kang, and Sara Wylie. 2020. “Photopaper as a Tool for Community-Level Monitoring of Industrially Produced Hydrogen Sulfide and Corrosion.” Atmospheric Environment: X 5 (January): 100049.
Vera, Lourdes A., Dawn Walker, Michelle Murphy, Becky Mansfield, Ladan Mohamed Siad, Jessica Ogden, and EDGI. 2019. “When Data Justice and Environmental Justice Meet: Formulating a Response to Extractive Logic through Environmental Data Justice.” Information, Communication & Society 22 (7): 1012–28. doi:10.1080/1369118X.2019.1596293.
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Mansfield, Becky, Gretchen Gehrke, Andrea Hindman, Leif Fredrickson, Lourdes Vera, Jess Ogden, and Dawn Walker. 2018. “EPA’s Proposed Rule Uses the Idea ofTransparency to Reduce Real Transparency and Delay Protecting Environmental andPublic Health.” Environmental Data & Governance Initiative.
Villa, Priscilla, Lourdes Vera, Sara Wylie, and Sharon Wilson. 2017. “Hazards in the Air: Relating reported illnesses to air pollutants detected near oil and gas operations in and around Karnes County, Texas”. Earthworks’ Oil Gas Accountability Project.
Wylie, Sara, Elisabeth Wilder, Lourdes Vera, Deborah Thomas, Megan McLaughlin. 2017. “Materializing Exposure: Developing methods for visualizing environmental hazards of Unconventional Energy and engaged STS research.” Engaging Science, Technology, and Society.
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