Publications

Nyhan, M., Grauwin, S., Britter, R., Laden, F., McNabola, A., Misstear, B., Ratti, C., 2016. 'Exposure Track' - The Impact of Mobile Device Based Mobility Patterns on Quantifying Population Exposure to Air Pollution. Environmental Science & Technology. LINK TO ARTICLE 

Nyhan, M., Nyhan, M., Sobolevsky, S., Kang, C., Robinson, P., Corti, A., Szell, M., Streets, D., Lu, Z., Britter, R., Barrett, S.R.H., Ratti, C., 2016. Predicting vehicular emissions in high spatial resolution using pervasively measured transportation data and microscopic emissions model. Atmospheric Environment. 140, 352-363. LINK TO ARTICLE

Nyhan, M., Misstear, B., McNabola, A. 2014. Comparison of predicted particulate matter dose and heart rate variability response in cyclists, pedestrians, bus and train passengers. Science of the Total Environment. 468-469, 821-831. LINK TO ARTICLE  

Nyhan, M., Misstear, B., McNabola, A., 2014. Evaluating artificial neural networks for predicting minute ventilation and lung deposited dose in commuting cyclists. Journal of Transport & Health. 1(4), 305-315. LINK TO ARTICLE 

Nyhan, M., Britter, R., Kloog, I., Koutrakis, P., Ratti, C., 2016. The impact of human mobility patterns on quantifying population exposure to PM2.5 and mortality effect estimates in the Greater Boston Area. Environmental Health Perspectives.

Nyhan, M., Keeler, R., Britter, R., Misstear, B., McNabola, A., Resta, G., Ratti, C., 2014. Numerical model for predicting air pollution levels in high spatial and temporal resolution in Manhattan, New York City. Environmental Research.

Nyhan, M., Oletic, D., Britter, R., Barrett, S., Ratti, C., 2016. Evaluating personal exposure to air pollution using a distributed network of mobile environmental sensors. Environmental Science & Technology. LINK TO AIRSCAPES WEBSITE

Nyhan, M., Britter, R., Ratti, C., 2016. Comparison of air pollution exposure metrics between commuter groups using ubiquitous location and activity data collected by smart-phones applications. Environmental Science & Technology. 

Nyhan, M., Britter, R., Ratti, C., 2016. Predicting the health impacts of population-weighted exposure to PM2.5 in New York City using mobile phone based activity counts. Environmental Health Perspectives.

Nyhan, M. Coping with Air Pollution in an Age of Urbanization. Angle Journal, 24th June, 2015. LINK TO ARTICLE