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Philip Weinstein
Philip Weinstein
School of Public Health, The University of Adelaide
Verified email at adelaide.edu.au
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Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
CL Lau, LD Smythe, SB Craig, P Weinstein
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 104, 631-638, 2010
913*2010
Ecosystems and human well-being: health synthesis
C Corvalan, S Hales, AJ McMichael
WHO, 2005
5962005
The influence of climate variation and change on diarrheal disease in the Pacific Islands.
RB Singh, S Hales, N De Wet, R Raj, M Hearnden, P Weinstein
Environmental health perspectives 109 (2), 155-159, 2001
4502001
El Niņo and the dynamics of vectorborne disease transmission.
S Hales, P Weinstein, Y Souares, A Woodward
Environmental Health Perspectives 107 (2), 99-102, 1999
3221999
Indirect potable reuse: a sustainable water supply alternative
C Rodriguez, P Van Buynder, R Lugg, P Blair, B Devine, A Cook, ...
International journal of environmental research and public health 6 (3 …, 2009
2642009
Leptospirosis: an emerging disease in travellers
C Lau, L Smythe, P Weinstein
Travel medicine and infectious disease 8 (1), 33-39, 2010
2242010
Dengue fever epidemics in the South Pacific: driven by El Niņo southern oscillation?
S Hales, P Weinstein, A Woodward
The Lancet 348 (9042), 1664-1665, 1996
2191996
Polycystic ovary syndrome increases the risk of endometrial cancer in women aged less than 50 years: an Australian case–control study
EJ Fearnley, L Marquart, AB Spurdle, P Weinstein, PM Webb
Cancer Causes and Control 21 (12), 2303-2308, 2010
2182010
Ciguatera (fish poisoning), El Niņo, and Pacific sea surface temperatures
S Hales, P Weinstein, A Woodward
Ecosystem Health 5 (1), 20-25, 2001
2002001
Climate change and human health in the Asia Pacific region: who will be most vulnerable?
A Woodward, S Hales, P Weinstein
Climate Research 11, 31-38, 1998
1831998
Are the dietary guidelines for meat, fat, fruit and vegetable consumption appropriate for environmental sustainability? A review of the literature
CJ Reynolds, JD Buckley, P Weinstein, J Boland
Nutrients 6 (6), 2251-2265, 2014
1792014
Urban habitat restoration provides a human health benefit through microbiome rewilding: the Microbiome Rewilding Hypothesis
JG Mills, P Weinstein, NJC Gellie, LS Weyrich, AJ Lowe, MF Breed
Restoration ecology 25 (6), 866-872, 2017
1772017
A relationship between environmental degradation and mental health in rural Western Australia
PC Speldewinde, A Cook, P Davies, P Weinstein
Health & place 15 (3), 880-887, 2009
1702009
Changing epidemiology of human leptospirosis in New Zealand
CN Thornley, MG Baker, P Weinstein, EW Maas
Epidemiology & Infection 128 (1), 29-36, 2002
1692002
Converging paradigms for environmental health theory and practice.
M Parkes, R Panelli, P Weinstein
Environmental Health Perspectives 111 (5), 669-675, 2003
1642003
Heat and health in Adelaide, South Australia: Assessment of heat thresholds and temperature relationships
S Williams, M Nitschke, T Sullivan, GR Tucker, P Weinstein, DL Pisaniello, ...
Science of the Total Environment, 2011
1542011
Acid sulfate soils and human health—A Millennium Ecosystem Assessment
K Ljung, F Maley, A Cook, P Weinstein
Environment international 35 (8), 1234-1242, 2009
1542009
The impact of summer temperatures and heatwaves on mortality and morbidity in Perth, Australia 1994–2008
S Williams, M Nitschke, P Weinstein, DL Pisaniello, KA Parton, P Bi
Environment international 40, 33-38, 2012
1532012
A Review of Frameworks for Developing Environmental Health Indicators for Climate Change and Health
T Hambling, P Weinstein, D Slaney
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 8 (7 …, 2011
1442011
Does biodiversity improve mental health in urban settings?
J Dean, K van Dooren, P Weinstein
Medical hypotheses 76 (6), 877-880, 2011
1442011
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