Publications

2022

32. Kim, H., Lee, J.-T., Peng, R. D., Fong, K. C., & Bell, M. L. (Pre-print, Under review at a leading journal) Implications of Mortality Displacement for Effect Modification and Selection Bias, arXiv,2203.13982.

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31. Kim, H., & Bell, M. L. (Pre-print, Under major revision for a leading journal) Adjustment for Unmeasured Spatial Confounding in Settings of Continuous Exposure Conditional on the Binary Exposure Status: Conditional Generalized Propensity Score-Based Spatial Matching, arXiv,2202.00814.

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30. Kim, H. (co-first), Kang, Y. (co-first), Kim, H.-J., Choi, H. (2022) Heterogeneous Effects of COVID-19 Control Measures on Tuberculosis in South Korea: An Analysis of Case Notification Data, Respiratory Research, 23(1), 1-5.

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29. Wolf, M., Esty, D., Kim, H., Bell, M. L. et al. (2022) A new framework of population-weighted air quality indicators to track global trends in air quality, Environmental Science & Technology, 56(7), 3984-3996.

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28. Heo, S., Kim, H., Kim, S., Choe., S.-A., Byun, G., Lee., J.-T., & Bell, M. L. (2022), Associations between long-term air pollution exposure and the incidence of osteoporosis-related fracture in South Korea, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19(4) 2404.

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27. Chan, A., Kim, H., & Bell, M. L. (2022) Higher incidence of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in areas with combined sewer systems, heavy precipitation, and high percentages of impervious surfaces, Science of the Total Environment, 820, 153227.

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26. Chan, A., Kim, H., & Bell, M. L. (2022) Mitigation of Culex mosquito counts in locations with combined sewer overflows using stormwater control measures, Water, 14(1), 31.

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2021

25. Heo, S., Chen, C., Kim, H., Sabath, B., Dominici, F., Warren, J. L., Di, Q., Schwartz, J., & Bell, M. L. (2021) Temporal changes in associations between high temperature and hospitalizations by greenspace: analysis in 40 U.S. northeast counties, Environment International, 156, 106737.

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24. Kim, H., Zanobetti A., & Bell, M. L. (2021) Temporal transition of racial/ethnic disparities in COVID-19 outcomes in 3108 counties of the United States: a cross-sectional study for three phases from January to December, 2020, Science of The Total Environment. 148167.

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23. Kim, H., Bell, M. L. (2021) Air pollution and COVID-19 mortality in New York City, American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 204(1), 97-99.

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22. Kim, H., Bell, M. L., & Lee, J. T. (2021) Multi-dimensional community characteristics in linking particulate matter pollution and cause-specific mortality: 72 communities of South Korea, Environmental Research, 196, 110989.

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21. Lee, W., Kim, H., Choi, H. M., Heo, S., Fong, K. C., Yang, J., Park, C., Kim, H., & Bell, M. L. (2021) Urban environments and COVID-19 in three eastern states of the United States, Science of The Total Environment, 779, 146334.

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20. Kim, H., Lee, J. T., Fong, K. C., & Bell, M. L. (2021) Alternative adjustment for seasonality and long-term time-trend in time-series analysis for long-term environmental exposures and disease counts. BMC Medical Research Methodology. 21, 2.

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19. Kim, H., Byun, G., Choi, Y., Kim, S., Kim, S., Lee, J. T. (2021) Effects of long-term exposure to air pollution on all-cause mortality and cause-specific mortality in seven major cities of South Korea: Korean National Health and Nutritional Examination Surveys with mortality follow-up. Environmental Research, 192, 110290.

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2020

18. Kim, H., Lee, J. T. (2020) Inter-mortality displacement hypothesis and short-term effect of air pollution on mortality in seven major cities of South Korea: a time-series analysis. International Journal of Epidemiology, 49(6). 1802-1812.

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17. Lee, W., Hwang, S. S., Song, I., Park, C., Kim, H., Song, I., … & Kim, H. (2020). COVID-19 in South Korea: epidemiological and spatiotemporal patterns of the spread and the role of aggressive diagnostic tests in the early phase. International Journal of Epidemiology, 49(4). 1106-1116.

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16. Son, J. Y., Fong, K. C., Heo, S., Kim, H., Lim, C. C., & Bell, M. L. (2020). Reductions in mortality resulting from reduced air pollution levels due to COVID-19 mitigation measures. Science of The Total Environment, 141012.

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15. Kim, H., Yu, S., & Choi, H. (2020). Effects of particulate air pollution on tuberculosis development in seven major cities of Korea from 2010 to 2016: methodological considerations involving long-term exposure and time lag. Epidemiology and Health42.

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2019

14. Kim, H., Kim, H., & Lee, J. T. (2019). Effect of air pollutant emission reduction policies on hospital visits for asthma in Seoul, Korea; Quasi-experimental study. Environment International132, 104954.

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13. Kim, H., Kim, H., Byun, G., Choi, Y., Song, H., & Lee, J. T. (2019). Difference in temporal variation of temperature-related mortality risk in seven major South Korean cities spanning 1998–2013. Science of The Total Environment656, 986-996.

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12. Sohn, M., Kim, H., Sung, H., Lee, Y., Choi, H., & Chung, H. (2019). Association of social deprivation and outdoor air pollution with pulmonary tuberculosis in spatiotemporal analysis. International Journal of Environmental Health Research29(6), 657-667.

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11. Song, H., Lane, K. J., Kim, H., Kim, H., Byun, G., Le, M., … & Lee, J. T. (2019). Association between urban greenness and depressive symptoms: Evaluation of greenness using various indicators. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health16(2), 173.

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10. Kim, H., Kim, H., & Lee, J. T. (2019). Spatial variation in lag structure in the short-term effects of air pollution on mortality in seven major South Korean cities, 2006–2013. Environment International125, 595-605.

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9. Kim, S., Kim, H., & Lee, J. T. (2019). Interactions between ambient air particles and greenness on cause-specific mortality in seven Korean metropolitan cities, 2008–2016. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health16(10), 1866.

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8. Byun, G., Kim, H., Choi, Y., & Lee, J. T. (2019). The difference in effect of ambient particles on mortality between days with and without yellow dust events: Using a larger dataset in Seoul, Korea from 1998 to 2015. Science of The Total Environment691, 819-826.

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7. Kim, H., & Lee, J. T. (2019). On inferences about lag effects using lag models in air pollution time-series studies. Environmental Research171, 134-144.

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2015–2018

6. Kim, H., Kim, H., & Lee, J. T. (2018). Assessing the cold temperature effect on hospital visit by allergic rhinitis in Seoul, Korea. Science of The Total Environment633, 938-945.

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5. Choi, Y., Kim, H.*, & Lee, J. T.* (2018). Temporal variability of short term effects of PM10 on mortality in Seoul, Korea. Science of The Total Environment644, 122-128. *Co-corresponding

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4. Kim, H., Kim, H., Park, Y. H., & Lee, J. T. (2017). Assessment of temporal variation for the risk of particulate matters on asthma hospitalization. Environmental Research156, 542-550.

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3. Kim, H., Bell, M. L., & Lee, J. T. (2017). Does a lag-structure of temperature confound air pollution-lag-response relation? Simulation and application in 7 major cities, Korea (1998–2013). Environmental Research159, 531-538.

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2. Kim, H., Kim, H., & Lee, J. T. (2015). Effects of ambient air particles on mortality in Seoul: have the effects changed over time?. Environmental Research140, 684-690.

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1. Kim, H., Heo, J., Kim, H., & Lee, J. T. (2015). Has the impact of temperature on mortality really decreased over time?. Science of The Total Environment512, 74-81.

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